Just a small warning if you are triggered or sensitive to information about eating disorders, please skip this blog post. Your mental health is important. Thank you for your support on the blog. ❤ . . . Since feeling "lost," I had a realization that my relationship with food wasn't so great. Since stopping Crossfit, bodybuilding and … Continue reading Healing. 🌿
One part of my life that I haven't decluttered is my digital space. For me this includes pictures/ videos on my phone, unused files on my computer, Instagram, Facebook and the blog. So, what to do? Well for starters, I ended up decluttering the blog first. I got rid of almost 300 posts. Some of … Continue reading Digital Declutter.
My [right] knee got worse.The pain from my arthritis got so severe that on one of my work shifts recently, I knew there was no way I could finish the shift without taking medication. However the medication DOES cause drowsiness. If there was an emergency at work that included a weight falling on someone, I … Continue reading Slowing More.
Why are we so afraid to live authentically true to ourselves? Fear of judgment. Fear of criticism.I'll admit that when I got into a relationship, I was afraid of all the habits that I delivered since getting divorced. I'd become more in tune with nature, the moon cycles and spending time alone; "hippy crunchy" as someone … Continue reading Fear.
Lately, I've been watching many videos on being an slow and intentionally living. Helena Woods is a great person to follow is that is something up your ally. One of the beautiful things about social media is to find out that you are not alone. I remember when The Minimalists documentary came out and was … Continue reading Slow.
I've only been lifting once a week for almost two months. It's funny how with my injuries, my workout routine went from doing a bit of everything to now just focusing on bodyweight movements with Pilates [sculpt] and Yoga as I mentioned in THIS post. Here's what my current workout routine looks like: Mondays: Leg Day … Continue reading Stress.
I've been feeling a huge shift in priories lately.Between my knee issues and reading "Love People, Use Things," I really wanted to shift the majority of my focus to my what matters most. Life feels good (obviously physically is a different story).Sometimes it takes something "drastic" change, if you will, to reset your priorities. Since reading … Continue reading Priority Shift.
In the past couple of weeks, I've taken down my social media consumption. I found that I was scrolling mindlessly on Instagram way too often. I wanted to focus on things that mattered more to me, especially as the weather is getting nicer. Focusing more on the kids, fitness and friends. I think we all … Continue reading Social Media Detox.
Habits can be difficult. But if you are consistent and set your mind to it, you can accomplish ANYTHING. For today's post, I wanted to share FIVE habits that have helped me live a more simple lifestyle as a minimalist mom of three. I was inspired by Michelle Reed for this post, one of my … Continue reading FIVE Habits.
It's been about quite some time of self work. I've gone from separated in late 2018, to attempting to retry again during the pandemic to separated again in summer 2020 to filing for divorce at the end of 2020 to finally becoming a divorced, single mom and home owner in early 2021. What a whirlwind. … Continue reading Self Work.