No visible progress has been made in my fitness in the past couple of weeks. I have still been working out, but even that has been difficult to keep on track. Sometimes, I can’t make it to the gym, and when I get home, I focus on getting work done. The stress has been STRONG. … Continue reading A Fit Girl’s Journey: The Stress is Winning
I recently came into the possession of the audio version of The Secret by Rhonda Byrne. I listened to it, essentially, every time I was in the car—on my morning commute, on the way to the grocery store, on my commute back home. You name it. It became a part of my routine, and I … Continue reading Book Review: The Secret
As we all know, exercise is just one component of health and fitness. I would even argue that nutrition is the most important aspect of both. A poor diet can lead to a variety of diseases including diabetes, heart disease, and certain types of cancer. A poor diet can also completely sabotage all of the … Continue reading So What About Nutrition?
Two years ago, I started on a weight loss journey. It took roughly a year to lose twenty pounds, and a year to gain most of that back. What’s interesting, however, is that my body doesn’t quite look the same as it did in the beginning. The fat distribution seems to be different. Perhaps due … Continue reading A Fit Girl’s Journey: Starting Over
Two weeks ago, I made the decision to meditate every, single morning. Surprisingly, the act of getting to my meditation has been fairly easy. I have missed two days, BUT starting a new routine has always been tricky for me. Plus, the goal is not perfection. There have been mornings where I just did not … Continue reading My Meditation Journey