Day 291, Quote 35: “Stop apologizing.”

I’m sorry I didn’t get to the gym when I said I wanted to. I’m sorry that I didn’t eat the food that I pre-made. I’m sorry that I went to bed early and hit snooze a few too many times. I’m sorry I didn’t go faster, lift heavier. I’m sorry I didn’t try harder. … Continue reading Day 291, Quote 35: “Stop apologizing.”

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Day 227, Quote 25 “What am I really looking for?”

I did a few things today after work that I don't normally do. 1. I put on a bikini without too much thought other than will children be at the pool. I'm feeling really good about my size and after about three weeks of tracking with just my journal I'm feeling confident in my foods … Continue reading Day 227, Quote 25 “What am I really looking for?”

Day 98, Movie Quote 9: “To Make Something Special You Just Have to Believe It’s Special.”

Mr. Ping: The secret ingredient is... nothing! Po: Huh? Mr. Ping: You heard me. Nothing! There is no secret ingredient. Po: Wait, wait... it's just plain old noodle soup? You don't add some kind of special sauce or something? Mr. Ping: Don't have to. To make something special you just have to believe it's special. … Continue reading Day 98, Movie Quote 9: “To Make Something Special You Just Have to Believe It’s Special.”

Life of A Fit College Student Series: Changing Mindset Doesn’t Mean You’re Doing Something Wrong

In 2016, I asked my friend Alicia to write about what it was like to be a college kid trying to be fit, and trying to figure out what health meant for her. She wrote three posts. Her first post in her own series talked about her past and how she got to where she … Continue reading Life of A Fit College Student Series: Changing Mindset Doesn’t Mean You’re Doing Something Wrong

You Are Enough Blog Series: Post 11 “You Are More Than Enough”

You Are Enough. That's what this series has been called. It started with feeling in between. Feeling that I was in between going through the motions and picking myself up off the ground. Dragging myself out of bed and crying on the kitchen floor. blacking out. flashing back. struggling to be present. be mindful. In … Continue reading You Are Enough Blog Series: Post 11 “You Are More Than Enough”