I know we aren’t technically in the clear yet, but I am so, extremely excited that winter is on its way out. Punxsatawney Phil and I aren’t the best of friends, to say the least. But now that these last 6 weeks (7 weeks, 8 weeks, 4 months…?) of winter are coming to a close, … More 5 Thoughts (Your Body is Good, Satisfaction, and Rest)
Mine used to. But now it’s the other way around…my workouts happen when they easily and comfortably fit into my schedule without too much fuss. I don’t blame high school sports for my dysfunctional relationship with exercise, but they certainly helped lay the foundation for those struggles. Starting the summer before my freshman year, cross … More Does Your Schedule Revolve Around Your Workouts?
Hormonal balance is a buzzword in today’s wellness culture. For about $50, you can subscribe to anything from a “hormone balancing” workout, to a juice cleanse, to an expensive regime of supplements. But the only thing you can be sure about with these sorts of programs is that they are gimmicky and ineffective, and that … More 5 Ways to Balance Your Hormones, Naturally
Most days, I move my body in some way — whether that’s by going for a run, a sweaty yoga session, a casual stroll with my husband, or a study-walk. But some days, I don’t, and that’s the healthiest things for me. This past weekend, I didn’t do any formal exercise. Most of my day … More An Weekend of Intuitive Food and Movement
I like to cook meals at home for a number of reasons. First and foremost, it’s healthier. Home cooked meals are way less expensive, don’t need preservatives, they usually taste better, and when I take the time to cook, my meals are balanced, tasty, and filling. When I’m eating on the go, I find myself … More Meal Prep