Summer: It's the best of times, it's the worst of times. Summer means freedom and fun, but it also means miserable heat that makes you not want to leave the safety of conditioned air even for a second. Trust me, I know. When you're trying to stay cool, working out is the last thing on … Continue reading The only playlist you’ll need: August 2019
Hey everybody! I hope you’re all having a great week so far! I’m super excited to be back with you today talking about my favorite thing in the whole wide world: FOOD. But more specifically, carbs. So, the reason for this whole article is to clear up a lot of confusion about what exactly carbs … Continue reading Carbs 101: The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly
Here’s my Christmas present to you! Your bonus present is that it isn’t too long (ah wink wink) We all have a kryptonite. And if you’re anything like me, your kryptonite is sugar. Oh man, the sweeter it is the better it tastes and the worse it is for my resolve. So that’s why I … Continue reading How To Say No To That Fourth Piece Of Pie This Holiday Season
Cardio, or as I like to call it, "The devil’s favorite pastime," sucks. When it is hated by many, and loved by so few, it is hard to know exactly what you should do (I’m the next Dr. Seuss). So, where exactly should you start? How much should you do? Why should you even get … Continue reading So what form of torture (aka: cardio) is right for you?
Man, that week sure flew by quickly! But in all seriousness, you might be wondering where I’ve been. Which is fair. Nosey, but fair. So, just for you, I’ll give you a quick recap before my actual post. These past few months have been a little crazy. I've started school, found out I have hypothyroidism … Continue reading Pick Yourself Up And Dust Yourself Off, Because It’s Time For Squats.
Follow my blog with Bloglovin We all know how important it is to finish. Finish your office work, your homework, that last episode in the season, your kid's diaper, and even all of your dinner. We know how important it is to take care of ourselves, how important it is for us to exercise and … Continue reading You Can Always Do One More
If we’re being completely honest with one another, I never thought I would weigh over one-hundred-and-fifty pounds. But there I was, four weeks ago, clocking in at one-seventy. And what a terrible kick in the teeth that was. That freshman fifteen took a quick turn into freshman forty. But it’s not fair to blame it … Continue reading Rise and Shine.
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