ince I was in high school I have always had a fitness routine of some kind. It has changed over the years as to what activities I did whether it was cheerleading in high school, step aerobics in college, lifting weights, training for half marathons, spinning classes and of course, yoga. I can think of
have been thinking a lot lately about thought patterns and the words we speak. After I found out I was pregnant I had a few thoughts immediately go through my head. The first one was “OMG! We did it” followed by “holy $#%^” and closely followed by “I am going to get so FAT!”.
here is the old saying “you are what you eat”. I am not in the medical field. I have zero formal education on health and wellness. However, I have a strong passion (and for those of you who personally know me, a large soap box!) for healthy eating and nutrition. Most of my life
fter being in Europe for two weeks and eating croissants for breakfast, pasta for lunch, pasta for dinner, cheese on everything or by itself and drinking wine we needed a reboot. While these meals sound great (and taste fabulous) this “lifestyle” probably isn’t great for your waist line. However, yes you walk EVERYWHERE and
ast year when we returned from our Europe trip we thought that one might have been our last trip for awhile. We are not getting any younger so we figured that if I got pregnant we probably wouldn’t be taking Eurotrip 2017. So we did our last trip big, we stayed in some nicer
rganic is often used to describe the food we eat. I went from eating organic to turning it into a lifestyle. My co-workers used to tease me that I was a hipster and now they call me a full fledged hippie. They know if they have a headache that I am going to give
veryone would ask “how’s married life going” after we got married. My answer was always “amazing”. Several people have told me that the first year of marriage would be the hardest. I couldn’t disagree more. My first year of marriage truly felt like an extended honeymoon. But the second year?!?! That’s a different story.
lmost two years ago I wrote about when I did a personal thirty day challenge (found here). Thirty days of yoga in a row. I know it sounds crazy and intense but I mix it up between more intense classes and slower variations to give my body a break. Well, here we are, almost two years
What you seek is seeking you – Rumi inter in Michigan can be tough. The days get shorter. Way shorter. When you wake up in the morning it’s dark. When you come home from work in the evening, it’s dark. Even during “daytime” the weather tends to be gloomy. I get excited when it is negative twenty outside