“Journal writing is a voyage to the interior.” ― Christina Baldwin A few weeks ago, I was walking my dog, listening to a Kelsey Patel podcast. She was talking about this expectation to happy all the time, and how human beings would be a lot happier if they let go of this expectation and welcome the … Continue reading Journaling For Emotional Clarity
The more you love your own decisions, the less you need other people to love them. I've been coming to the realization that the biggest obstacle holding me back is the fear of what other people will think. Like many others, the fear of being told I'm wrong or that I'm not good enough can … Continue reading Authenticity on Social Media
Happy New Year! On my flight back to Colorado after my two weeks home for the holidays, I realized I didn't have a book to read, having finished my last one a few days before. All I had was my journal, which I also completed before the year ended. It was 6:30 in the evening, … Continue reading Happy 2018!
Lately, I've been dwelling on the frustration that my writing/posts/social media appear to be too scattered. What started off as a fitness blog and my platform for acquiring new online clients turned into my own online sanctuary for my personal writing, with subjects anywhere from art to functional training and everything else in between. I … Continue reading Vulnerability and Finding a Theme
Hey everybody, It’s been awhile, I know… eight months, to be exact. But the exciting part about taking a hiatus, at least for me, is that I always come back more inspired than ever! This year is my golden year. My best friend and I (whose birthday is also on the the 24th) were looking … Continue reading My Recent Breakup
Hello! Today, I want to address my thoughts and feelings about something that I have yet to really acknowledge since I started this new blog : my return to fitness blogging. If you've been following me since I started in 2012, or even if you're just poppin' in for the first time, you'll see that I took some … Continue reading Coffee & Some Thoughts on Life