Over the passed year or so, I've been trying to get back into the habit of being a better planner. Before Covid hit, I was very on top of my "planning" game. Yet for some reason, when I started working again, mixed with my partner moving in, my oldest in school, more extracurricular activities plus … Continue reading Minimalist [ish] Planner.
At the end of this month, I will be leaving the fitness industry. To be honest, it just does not align with my current path of life. It's been a wonderful 10 + years but it's time. I don't know where life will take me yet but all I know is this feels right and … Continue reading It’s Time.
You know what's stressful? Lack of communication with your partner. Overworking out. Always saying YES. You know what's NOT stressful? Communicating with your partner. Listening to your body and resting when needed. Learning to say NO. If it's anything I realized over the past couple of months is that it boils down to a mindset … Continue reading Stress: Part II.
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 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.
I'm not one for being standoff-ish. It's come to a point where I've just had to stick up for me. Set my boundaries and take care of myself [and mental health] FIRST. It's been a few months already being more firm with boundaries with the ex-husband. As time goes on and we have less interaction, … Continue reading Boundaries V.
I stopped working with my nutrition coach. I originally signed up for three months to see where I could take my body but something happened in the last few weeks. I felt my energy depleting, mainly because I had increased my training at Crossfit. I found myself faced with a lot of "going out" situations … Continue reading Time For A Break.
A few weeks ago I mentioned in a post that I got rid of my queen bed. While it did remind me of my ex-husband, it just didn't fit me. When I was younger and we moved into my "childhood" home, my mom bought me a day bed. I think I was used to that … Continue reading Redefining My Minimalist Home.