As my 34th birthday approaches, I've had a lot on my mind; Looking over the past year and seeing how I've grown.If you would have told me last year that I would stop Crossfit, be diagnosed with arthritis, change my body with more Pilates classes and found a wonderful person to share my time with, … Continue reading Almost 34.
News flash, I am NOT a doctor. Please note this is my way of eating (as per my doctor/ what fits my lifestyle). There was THIS time that I stopped intermittent fasting or "IF" for short. But lately, I've found myself gravitating back to IF. I usually fast for about 15-16 hours depending on the … Continue reading Full Day of Eating [IF, Low Carb + Low GI] + Updates on Intermittent Fasting.
Why are we so afraid to live authentically true to ourselves? Fear of judgment. Fear of criticism.I'll admit that when I got into a relationship, I was afraid of all the habits that I delivered since getting divorced. I'd become more in tune with nature, the moon cycles and spending time alone; "hippy crunchy" as someone … Continue reading Fear.
June. My birthday month and also when I decided to come back to more regular blogging. There had been a lot going on last month; a mix of good and a mix of bad. I just felt like I needed to take a step back from blogging. I was a bit burnt out, in pain, … Continue reading June .
So, it's been a minute. I must confess, I've been dating someone for a while. And yes, he is in fact a Maximalist - to a degree. Well, let me break it down; he likes things, way more then I do BUT they are all intentional purchases. We have decided to move in together and this … Continue reading Minimalist Meets Maximalist.
Lately, I've been watching many videos on being an slow and intentionally living. Helena Woods is a great person to follow is that is something up your ally. One of the beautiful things about social media is to find out that you are not alone. I remember when The Minimalists documentary came out and was … Continue reading Slow.
I recently watching this video and it got me thinking about being alone. While I'm in a relationship and have my three children, I truly enjoy and thrive when I am alone. Alone to sit with my thoughts. Alone to just be myself. I feel my most authentic self when I am alone. It's a … Continue reading The Art of Being Alone.
I've only been lifting once a week for almost two months. It's funny how with my injuries, my workout routine went from doing a bit of everything to now just focusing on bodyweight movements with Pilates [sculpt] and Yoga as I mentioned in THIS post. Here's what my current workout routine looks like: Mondays: Leg Day … Continue reading Stress.
In a previous post, I mentioned having some changes to my schedule. What I didn't mention, is that a good chunk of these changes in my schedule have been happening due to my schedule changing with the kids. Wow, that was a mouthful. I'll just be honest and say, the first week of the change … Continue reading Change: Part II.
I've been giving a lot of thought to how my workouts have changed over the last few weeks. I've been focusing more on yoga [and other bodyweight exercises] as well as going back to my Strength + HIIT E-Guide. As I've been going through the guide, I find myself modifying or removing some moves to … Continue reading Less.