I stopped working with my nutrition coach. I originally signed up for three months to see where I could take my body but something happened in the last few weeks. I felt my energy depleting, mainly because I had increased my training at Crossfit. I found myself faced with a lot of "going out" situations … Continue reading Time For A Break.
A few weeks ago I mentioned in a post that I got rid of my queen bed. While it did remind me of my ex-husband, it just didn't fit me. When I was younger and we moved into my "childhood" home, my mom bought me a day bed. I think I was used to that … Continue reading Redefining My Minimalist Home.
I have to say, this no spend month went south in most areas the second week in.Not only did our stimulus money come in, I ran out of a few things. There were a few of purchases that I had not planned. Two of them were vitamins; vitamin D and my B-complex. I didn't realized … Continue reading No Spend Month [Halfway Update].
This week I experienced burnout; again. I experienced burnout last September going through all the motions with my husband. This time, it was between being down, lack of sleep, over caffeinating and working out too hard when I shouldn't have. Yes even I, the fitness instructor, am human. I took off this week from my … Continue reading Burnout.
I recently finished my first book of 2020, 'Stillness Is The Key.' Really good, but definitely not a light read [to me]. There were many pages that I had to reread but all in all, it was a fantastic book about becoming more "still." It takes ideologies from Stoicism and Buddhism and put it into … Continue reading Getting It Together.
A warm thank you to all those who messaged me in regards to my last post. It amazes me how many other women are/ were going through the same thing that I am. It's easier to stay quiet and just "settle" because it may seem that's what society tells us to do. Society tells us … Continue reading Worth.
Cleaver title huh? Starting Monday, I will be doing a "No Spend Month." for the month of November. If you are unfamiliar with a "No Spend Month (or NSP for short)," you can check out my previous blog post HERE.Basically a NSP is where you only spend on the essentials (food, utilities and other bills) … Continue reading “NoSpendVember.”
“If you're always racing to the next moment, what happens to the one you're in? Slow down and enjoy the moment you're in and live your life to the fullest.” ― Nanette Mathews A month into my "new" self care habits and I can already see [and feel] the difference.I first started focusing on a … Continue reading Slowing Down.
In my previous post, I wrote about how I was refocusing prioritizing myself. As a mom, I tend to focus so much attention on the kids and being a homemaker. While this isn't necessarily a bad thing, I realized I need to make myself happy to, as an individual.While I do a good chunk of … Continue reading Self Care.
This week has been yet another roller coaster of emotions. But I've tried to stay consistent with fitness and eating healthy since I know when I am active and nourished well, my mind is more calm.I try to implement a two day max rule; if I go with more than two days without working out, … Continue reading Consistency.