The sexiest thing you ever did, was show me the parts of yourself you thought were ugly.
In honor of February and the general lovey-ness of this season, I thought I’d highlight a few of my favourite stages of relationships (and the reasons why each is, arguably, the absolute best).
4 Steps to Being Less Crazy and Actually Living Happily Ever After Written by a 27-year-old spinster. You might be “that crazy girl” if… Your texts to the guy you like start with, “I swear I’m not crazy but…” You need to draft your thoughts in a separate note before you send him a message. You… Continue reading Stop Looking for Mr. Right; Start Looking for Mr. Right Now
Got your eyes on a girl who spends all her time at the CrossFit, powerlifting, weightlifting, or a strongwoman gym, but afraid your lifting skillz (or lack thereof) might not be enough to impress her? Guess what? These incredibly strong (SEXY) ladies are my inner circle and, although this might come as a surprise to… Continue reading Guys! Why Girls Who Lift Don’t Care How Much You Lift (but Still Want You To Lift)
Do you approach your relationships like you approach a max snatch – all intensity, and no doubt, or are you more like a long-distance runner setting a steady pace from the beginning and not ever getting super amped up?
Feeling unappreciated is one of the main reasons (if not thee reason) relationships fail, jobs are left, or dreams are forgotten. I used to feel unappreciated almost daily, but not anymore! Grab whatever weapons you already have and let me show you how to use them, not to get revenge for feelings of neglect, but to unlock the most satisfying relationships, improve your work life, and achieve the dreams hidden inside your heart in my 3-step process to becoming an Appreciation Ninja.
The recent attention to the sexualization of women in CrossFit (and sport in general) is important, but I think it is missing the point. Current articles attribute the success of people like Christmas Abbott to their good looks, and blame women who promote their bodies for perpetuating inequality, stating that they are harming themselves and society. Writing suggests men also play a role in the process, stating we all have a responsibility in breaking the cycle.
True: inequality affects and is preserved by humankind, however, people don’t wait in line for hours to meet the gorgeous Christmas Abbott just because she is hot as hell (OK – not everyone in that line is standing there for that reason) – there is more to it than that, and I admonish you to dig deeper. Although Christmas’ beauty and bodacious booty are definitely assets (and she exploits them fully), this is only one aspect of the three-dimensional being she showcases to the world.