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Be Your Own Fitspo
19 Jun 2017

Be Your Own Fitspo

fitspo: A popular buzzword, short for ‘fitness inspiration’, most often seen as images of active, strong, and fit women that promote proper exercise and nutrition. May also include images of healthy food. We all have fitness inspirations. They may come in the form of pictures of other pe

The Importance of a Positive Mind
18 Apr 2017

The Importance of a Positive Mind

“With everything that you’re going through, I have no idea how you’re even sober right now” That is what my hairdresser said to me when I went in for a cut and color on Saturday morning. She knows me very well, and has been there to listen to everything that I have gone throu

5 Ways to be Body Positive
5 Mar 2017

5 Ways to be Body Positive

5 Ways to Be Body Positive Hello my wonderful people! This is a post that I actually wrote about a month ago and submitted to a magazine to be published…but sadly it was not. They said I would hear in 30 days time, and it has been a little over 30 days so I figured […]

How College Has Affected The Way I See Myself
17 Feb 2017

How College Has Affected The Way I See Myself

Happy Friday Eve! Hello all my wonderful people! Today I am going to discuss with you how my three and a half (almost four) years in college have affected the way that I see myself, and my body. This is going to be a little heavier topic, and explore some self love lessons that I […]

5 Ways to Stay Motivated
27 Jan 2017

5 Ways to Stay Motivated

Happy Friday Eve!! Hello everybody, this post is going to be a quickie. But hopefully it will give you some good tools to use to stay motivated, not only with exercise, but also in school, and life in general. I am in no way an expert on motivation, I am human after all! Like I […]

Accept What You Cannot Change
12 Jan 2017

Accept What You Cannot Change

Hello!! Surprise everyone, it’s me. I wanted to write a little bit about change, I think it is fitting with the start of the new year, and the start of my last semester of my undergraduate career. I know that this is going to be one of those long, wordy, random, kind of emotionally raw [&helli