How to Read a Book

By | March 8th, 2017|Foundations, Self Evaluation|

Not gonna lie. I totally used Cliff's Notes to get through most of my high school English classes (cartoonist John Atkinson sums up the gist of what I recall in his comic: Abridged Classics). It was [...]

Living Whole: Baby Steps to a Healthier You

By | February 6th, 2017|Featured Guests, Fitness, Food, Living Whole, Self Evaluation|

Here we are with January coming to a close and statistically speaking about 25% of you who made New Year’s resolutions didn’t even make it the first week. Oops! Do you fall into that 25% [...]

5 Things to Remember When You Doubt Yourself

By | January 27th, 2017|Blogging, Self Evaluation|

This year was the first time I wrote out goals to hit. I knew I would need a visual to reference when I felt the chaos returning.  Inevitably, I get going... and going... and going…. [...]

An Open Letter on Overcoming Self Doubt

By | January 21st, 2017|Blogging, Self Evaluation|

Hi Friend, Can I tell you that this blogging journey is not as easy as I thought it would be? I struggle every day with self-doubt, worrying that what I want to say will not [...]

How He Sees Me: Finding Hope in Surrender from an Eating Disorder

By | January 10th, 2017|Featured Guests, Fitness, Lifestyle, Self Evaluation|

“I can eat a little more…I’ll just throw it up later so I don’t gain any weight.” This is how I used to justify my eating disorder a little over ten years ago.  It just [...]

Making Time for Myself: One Mama’s Journey to Fit

By | November 23rd, 2016|Featured Guests, Fitness, Self Evaluation|

Growing up, I didn’t know what it really meant to be healthy. I only knew that being active in sports was good enough for me and my siblings. Fall was soccer and spring was always [...]