Cheers! Today marks two week into my Whole30. Yes, I am still rocking and rolling along. I stopped the everyday updates. The days started running together and there wasn’t much to update daily. So here I am. I do have a few tips and tricks I have learned along the way to make things go a bit more smooth during this journey. Continue reading
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Day three in the books and I am rearing and ready to rock! My Whole 30 is going swell so far (if you can’t tell). I surprisingly haven’t really been feeling the effects of the Whole 30 timeline (knock on wood). I am not complaining though! Here are some things I have noticed so far: Continue reading
Happy day two of the Whole 30! Holy sleep cycles! This is my biggest non-scale victory so far, and it’s only day two. Last night, I got the best night of sleep I have had since coming home for the holidays. To be honest, I cannot recall the last time I got NINE hours of sleep–that’s right, nine! I even went into “deep” sleep for the longest time since getting my Fitbit for Christmas. Continue reading
I am doing the January Whole30 reset. Two years ago, I did a Paleo Challenge that sort of morphed into a Whole30. I didn’t do my research. I was new to it all. I begun with paleo and as I did more research, I stumbled upon the Whole30 and began following the program then. I slipped a few times, I cut it a day short, I didn’t scrutinize labels… It wasn’t really a Whole30 at all, which brings me to now. Continue reading
You call them resolutions, I call them my “New Year’s Intentions.”
Potâto, potāto. Let’s call the whole thing off–wait no, don’t do that. I want to keep with my intentions, and I know you want to keep with your resolutions this year too. Unfortunately, the majority of people drop off from their new year resolutions, even as soon as January.
I say, let’s be in the rough 8% that carry out their intentions/resolutions/goals this year. We can do it! And here’s how, start NOW! Continue reading
Need a quick, easy and healthy breakfast or snack idea?
Jump on the avocado toast train.
I just toasted two pieces of my favorite gluten-free bread, mashed half an avocado and spread it on the toast, and finished it all off with some red pepper flakes and Trader Joe’s Everything-but-the-Bagel Sesame seasoning.
Athletes are focused. Athletes are dedicated. Athletes are ambitious. Athletes are intense. We do what it takes to train, practice, condition, work hard, fine-tune and push our limits to be the fittest and perform 110% at our sport. My chosen sport: CrossFit, the “sport of fitness” as it is known by the global CrossFit community.
CrossFit is defined Continue reading
I make my own rules and my own plans. When I really think about it all, it’s truly empowering. I used to be terrified to be in charge of my own life. What if I messed up? I’d have no one to blame but myself. Then, I stopped fearing failure, and I took control of my actions. Every decision this past year, I can 100% say it’s been my own. I’ve failed. I’ve succeeded. More importantly, I’ve had the most freedom and happiness in my whole life. Continue reading
Hello beautiful souls.
It’s the Sunday before finals for me, and I am doing everything in my power to chill out. That’s right, actually chill and relax.
Finals are usually the time that student flip out. That used to be me, and well, deep down there is still a part of me that freaks out a tad… BUT I can control my stress levels.
Here is what I’ve been doing this weekend to prep my mind and body that DOESN’T involve the obvious studying. Continue reading
Whoa. Last week was a whirlwind for me. My routine got shaken up as I begun a new job last week. It was time for a new rhythm though. I like routine, but yawn… I like my routine in intervals, i.e. mix it up a bit, then get into a groove, then add or subtract a variable, etc. This is how I grow. Stagnancy is never a good thing for me. That being said, last week was all over the place. I felt emotionally and physically drained. My soul needed stillness. So, what did I do? I listened. Continue reading