Before we can search for love from others, we first must fall in love with ourselves. I’m sure you’ve heard that one before. Did you write it off as fluffy, or did you embrace it whole-heartedly?
Self-love has TOTALLY transformed my life, and I’d love if you’d open up to the concept even more today, and hear me out. EVERY relationship in your life just might reap the rewards.
Are you feeling overwhelmed?
Tired from the minute you wake up to the minute you fall, exhausted, back into bed?
Do you take care of everyone else first and put yourself last?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this post is for you!
“I was on my own journey of self-reflection – somewhere between accepting myself as I am and wanting to become the best I can be…”
How to get from where you are to where you want to be.
Why do we set resolutions? Because we think they’ll bring us more fulfillment! Skip the resolutions this year and go straight to these two steps instead.
“I don’t believe in overtraining. I believe in under-recovery.” – Coach Burgener I’m writing this on a day I’m skipping lifting and going to Yin yoga instead. If you’re like me (a perfectionist, a high achiever, a “goal-getter”) you might be thinking, “She’s gone insane.” Or maybe you’re excited, believing if I keep this up you’ve got… Continue reading Train Hard, Recover Harder: Why Less is More
Being an athlete is hard and becoming a great athlete is even harder. Here are the top 9 things I wish I knew when I started training seriously, and as any tricky writer would, I saved the most important point until last and you won’t experience it with full gusto unless you read them all, so, do that.
1. Training environment is everything.
“If you want to squat 500 lbs, go to a gym where everyone squats 500 lbs.” – someone who knows things about lifting.