Sooooooooo, I asked y’all which kind of blog you’d be more interested in, and here’s your winner 🙂 Transitioning from #GymLife to #WorkLife on the daily and how both of those fit into your #RealLife schedule and routine.
Was scrolling through pictures I was “tagged in” the other day, and it legitimately made me stop what I was doing.
It’s been over a year since I packed up my life (and Nina) and moved to Phoenix, just about a year that I’ve been single – I know right?, and I’ve been with Dansons #DreamJob for a little over a year now as well.
When I saw all those old pictures this moment of realization hit me like a frikin brick. Does that ever happen to you? You know something, but then it’s like oh snap! I REALLY understand it now. Continue reading “Uncomfortable: The “C” Word – CHANGE | A Year of Growth”
Ohkay, seriously though – fitness and health are touchy subjects. We all have friends who have gained weight as they aged, or the friends that had an eating disorder once upon a time, or those friends that are ANNOYINGLY into fitness now. And maybe you yourself, fall into one of those categories. Continue reading “Uncomfortable: Health and Wellness | Breaking the Cycle”
So clearly, this is something that has been prevalent on my mind as of late. I’ve been single for about 6 months now, and the idea of entering the dating pool again is somewhat terrifying. And I’m sure many of you feel the same way…
I’ve dipped my toe here and there, but I haven’t made the full on plunge yet. Continue reading “Uncomfortable: Relationships | Getting Back On The Horse”
It’s been a hot minute since I posted in here, and I apologize for that. Life has a funny way of getting in the way sometimes, and I wanted to think this whole thing through before posting about it.
As some of you know, my boyfriend (of two years) and I split a few months back… and while some people go out and blow off steam or jump back into another relationship (let’s be honest, like I have in the past multiple times) – this time was different. Continue reading “Uncomfortable: Relationships | Falling in Love with Yourself Again”
No one likes to admit when they’re wrong. It’s this human instinct we possess to protect ourselves from the hurt, from the bad that may ensue after we make a mistake. So, because of this, we have a legitimate issue when it comes to owning our mistakes, our flaws, our imperfections. And everyone has them; but it is so much easier for us to point out the flaws in others than it is for us to take a good hard look at ourselves. Continue reading “Uncomfortable: Taking Ownership of Our Mistakes”