“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
I don't even know where the idea of Colorado came from. A little more than a year ago, I started to make plans to move to out west. When people ask me why I chose Colorado, I usually throw them the "why not?!" with a little verse about how I needed to leave the place … Continue reading My Move to Boulder, Colorado
With everything going on in the world right now, I've been thinking a lot about how important it is to practice self care. That may seem like the opposite of what is generally thought; most people think about how they can help others in times of tragedy and distress. But while helping others is commendable … Continue reading Self Care and Ahimsa
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
How can you work on improving strength, flexibility, balance, mobility and your core all at once while constantly keeping your body challenged to be the strongest version of yourself? Functional training! When I started my first job as a personal trainer, I had a lot of freedom to coach and teach whatever I wanted. At … Continue reading What is Functional Training?