I recently watching this video and it got me thinking about being alone. While I'm in a relationship and have my three children, I truly enjoy and thrive when I am alone. Alone to sit with my thoughts. Alone to just be myself. I feel my most authentic self when I am alone. It's a … Continue reading The Art of Being Alone.
I'm not sure if I've ever mentioned this here but, you MIGHT not know this about me: I'm gluten intolerant. Well, okay it looks like I did VAGUELY in THIS post. I was having severe digestive issues in 2009-2011 during my weight loss journey. The culprit? I was eating things that were apparently my allergens … Continue reading Compromising My Health.
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.
I've been feeling myself fall into a downward spiral. I know what triggered it (won't dive into it), but I'm in awe as to how aware I am. I know exactly what is causing me to feel down and I'm seeing that every little thing is effecting me. I'm trying to crawl out of this … Continue reading Downward Spiral.
Remember how I was saying I let go of some boundaries and have been focusing on my revamping my HIIT + Strength E-Guide? Well I am officially finished with the four weeks. Here's my before and after:One thing I want to mention is that I did not change my diet. I still ate cookies, donuts, pizza … Continue reading Personal Growth.
"Happiness is a journey, not a destination."This quote has been said by many and I often try to remind myself of this. I was re-watching Matt D'Avella's video on The Happiness Paradox and in this video he says "the more we think about the things we don't have, the more we remind ourselves we don't … Continue reading Pursuit of Happiness.