Another Side of my ED: Guilt from Missing a Workout

This post could be triggering, or it might be helpful. However you feel, after reading this - please take three deep breaths. After that, ask your body, "How can I love you more?" and GO DO THAT. Let me know in the comments what you do. The purpose of this post is to go a… Continue reading Another Side of my ED: Guilt from Missing a Workout

Finding Balance: My Food & Body Wounds + An Exciting Endeavor

ANNOUNCEMENT - I'LL BE A CERTIFIED HUNGRY FOR HAPPINESS COACH by 2020 - WTF DOES THAT MEAN?! Keep reading if you're intrigued to learn more about my personal food & body journey AND how you could snag pro-bono food and body coaching with me personally. It's been six weeks since joining this certification program and… Continue reading Finding Balance: My Food & Body Wounds + An Exciting Endeavor

Finding Balance – Feminine Energy, New Books & Investing in Myself.

It's funny how in retrospect it feels like I begged for this to happen to me. "I don't know how I got here." I told someone over coffee. "Yes you do." She replied matter of fact. It's been two days in a row that I've opened my eye in the morning so excited to take on… Continue reading Finding Balance – Feminine Energy, New Books & Investing in Myself.

TULA TRI: Recap & Reflections

First a shout out to all the ladies and WES that showed up and sweat on this particular Sunday. Below is a photo our FOINE participants! The day outside was crazy beautiful weather and Maine had nearly a week filled with rain. People were eager to spend the day outdoors and we couldn’t blame them.… Continue reading TULA TRI: Recap & Reflections

These four words are wellness in a nutshell.

Move. Nourish. Refresh. Connect. An article from the New York Times caught my eye, "Four Simple Words to Help You Live Well." The title of the article was intriguing so I clicked it. The writing did not disappoint me, so I thought they were worth sharing and expanding on from a health/wellness movement teacher on the… Continue reading These four words are wellness in a nutshell.

Finding Balance – Back to Blogging, New Routines & Letting Things Go

It's been a while. I've been silent when it comes to blogging because I was so busy with Athleta, teaching yoga and trying to complete "adulting" type tasks, such as taxes and teeth cleaning appointments. It feels good to feel inspired and motivated again to write and share what's going on. It took a second… Continue reading Finding Balance – Back to Blogging, New Routines & Letting Things Go

Finding Balance: Intentions for 2019

Here we are - several days into January 2019. I've been ruminating on my intentions for about a week. Debating whether to share or not. Thinking if it would be too personal or boring. Let's see what happens... I'm one for sitting with my intentions for a couple days - to allow them settle into… Continue reading Finding Balance: Intentions for 2019

The Best Excuse When You Literally Cannot

How to think about what you commit to and finding the courage to fill up your cup.   Do you ever just not want to do something? Does the thought of going to an activity or event make you want to immediately curl into bed? Maybe you’re anxiously attempting to come up with a legitimate… Continue reading The Best Excuse When You Literally Cannot

Yoga Off The Mat: 8 Limbs of Yoga Breakdown

What is yoga off the mat? #yogaoffthemat is a hashtag I’ve been using in an attempt to get across the fact that yoga is so much than all the gorgeous postures that fill our Instagram feeds. Let me elaborate… First of all, yoga in essence means “union.” That can mean the joining of opposites or the… Continue reading Yoga Off The Mat: 8 Limbs of Yoga Breakdown

Six Simple Keys to Happiness, According to Research

  I’m following up last week’s post, which was about the "6 Myths of Success". These are western culture’s ideas of what success is and how people should go about achieving success. They are myths, because research has shown that ALL of them actually harm our ability: to be present, connect with others, and cope… Continue reading Six Simple Keys to Happiness, According to Research