It’s safe to say most everyone knows that exercise is beneficial to our health. Not only does it change our physical bodies, but it can effectively improve our minds, moods, and behavior towards ourselves & others. That all sounds great, so why doesn’t everyone get into the gym!? Because starting is tough and keeping with … More Building a Workout Routine & Sticking to it
Mark Manson, in his novel The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck, said that what we want in life is determined by what we’re willing to suffer for. Pain and struggle are what brings meaning to our lives. He also says that we get to choose what we think is actually worth suffering for. … More What’s Worth It (to you)?
*Disclaimer: This isn’t about food* We hear it constantly; “Make yourself better”, “Find the best version of yourself”, “Be in tune with who you are”. We all want these things; talk about achieving these things, but with no real idea how to get there. We latch onto things that make us feel like we just … More Here Goes Nothing
Well it’s been a bit since my last post, but I’m back from yet another vacation so why not write about it? Being on vacation for just about two weeks on Cape Cod I was pushed again away from my comfort zone just like in Spain. No gym, no whole grain, minimal fruits&veggies, lots of … More Choosing ‘Happy’ This Time
I recently had the amazing opportunity to travel to Spain for two weeks. I was able to reconnect with my brother after 15 months & had quality time with my cousin that was so special. The time spent in Europe was never wasted, seeing new things everyday and learning more and more about the culture, … More What España Taught Me
Okay so if you’re anything like me you overthink e-v-e-r-y-t-h-i-n-g. I can hardly decide what font to use in this blog, let alone make bigger decisions like what classes to take next semester or what I want to do when I graduate. For the most part, my stress is self inflicted and such an unhealthy … More Apples & Oranges
After a crappy week of anxiety-filled confusion and self-pity, I brought my butt to the gym to think. As I was walking down the sidewalk, a thought popped into my head that put my shitty mood in a new perspective. My mood, I realize, wasn’t from feeling guilty about what I had eaten that day. … More Lookin’ Up