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.
Let’s start with these:
Top 3 tips and the top 3 things to avoid 👍 Continue reading “Uncomfortable: Health and Wellness | 3 Do’s and Don’ts for Transitioning from Gym Life to Work Life”
You know what I’ve realized over the past couple of months? That EVERYTHING, literally everything, ebs and flows. I know we’ve talked about change and it being a constant, but every once in a while we get in these ruts – at least, I know I do… Where you think, feel, believe, that everything is staying the same – that you are stagnant or even trapped. Continue reading “Uncomfortable: Relationships | Falling in Love with Yourself Again – Part 2”
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”
So, my first real relationship was when I was a Junior in High School. We had been friends for a while, and initially we had planned on being “friends with benefits” (sorry Mom and Dad). But, the more we got to know each other the more we liked each other – go figure – and that lead us down the yellow brick road to (theme music please) da-da-da-naaaa: dating.
The 5 most important things I learned from that relationship are as follows: Continue reading “Uncomfortable: Your “First Love” and What that Relationship Teaches You (Part1)”