Hey guys! I’m here with another gut health post, what else is new? I figure, the more I preach, the more I educate, and the more I banter about the importance of loving your guts, maybe you guys actually will? (And maybe the doctors will start prescribing probiotics when patients with mental health issues enter
What IS conscious eating, exactly? I never actually realized how unconsciously I ate until I started to create awareness and presence around food. Often we eat staring at our computers or phones (guilty), while driving to work in the morning (also guilty), or late at night, watching Bachelor in Paradise while simultaneously petting your slightly
My February month of self-love plans may have changed a wee bit. It was supposed to be Fit February, and it still kind of is? I just, can’t actually exercise very much because I pulled my back! It’s very frustrating. Even more frustrating when you think you’re healed, then go hammer out some heavy squats
So excited January is coming to an end! And even more excited I’m feeling 100% better than when this month started. I mean I blame Strep throat for feeling crappy in the beginning but regardless, I am thinking 2017 is going to be a very promising year.
January’s #yearofselflove was ensuring I fuel myself with nutrient
One week of 2017 in the books and my #yearofselflove has already been making an impact in my life!
If you’ve read my first post you’ll know that my January #yearofselflove monthly practice consists of eating nourishing foods. And that doesn’t mean everything I eat needs to contain X amount of antioxidants or X amounts
Happy New Year everyone!!! I can’t believe it’s 2017 already. I also turned 28 over the holidays and am pretty excited to do BIG things this year.
The general consensus of my social media feeds (including my own) is that 2016 kinda.. sucked. Like sucked bad. Did 2016 reallllly suck or did we all just
Ah change, you love it, or you hate it.
Especially when that change includes your job, home, relationships, lifestyle, or diet. We cling to what we know, & we cling to our habits. Studies suggest it takes 21 days to develop or change a habit, but I’ve also heard it could take up to 66 days!
Okay I know that’s not a word. But I heard someone talk about it on a podcast and then laughed, and then decided to write some nonsense about it. And by adding the -ing it is really confusing, and almost sounds like I’m talking about a shoulder. But basically, I’m talking about that one word
And just like that, I am 2/3 of the way finished Whole 30! Honestly it doesn’t even feel like I am on a specific “diet” or have any limitations on my current eating habits. It’s just, life. Someone made a face when I said I couldn’t have any wine at a restaurant and it didn’t
Officially 1/3 through this crazy journey and I feel absolutely amazing. My skin is brighter, my sleep is sounder (when I do fall asleep.. still struggle with adjusting after working night shifts), and my energy is soaring. Along with following a Whole 30 diet, I am also keeping active everyday, whether it be running outside,