It’s not easy letting go. It’s even more challenging when it hurts your ego. The act of letting go is more that just the act itself, it’s a process.
So you have decided it’s time to finally take a Spin class. You have probably wondered why anyone would sit on a stationary bike in a dark room with a bunch of strangers and become a sweaty mess. Nonetheless, you are willing to try it. As a long time Spinner and a certified Spin instructorContinue reading “Tips For The Spin Class Newbie”
By Allison Knox We are in the heart of vacation and travel season when so many of us are hurriedly wrapping up life and heading to the airport and, with that in mind, I wanted to share some of my ‘must-have’s’ when I fly. I seriously love to travel, and over the course of numerousContinue reading “9 Tips on How to Survive Summer Travel Season”
Whenever I talk to someone who struggles with organization there are 3 things I hear them say. 1. I have too much stuff and I am overwhelmed with where to start. 2. I don’t want to spend more to organize my space. 3. I am afraid to let go of my possessions. I definitely understand theseContinue reading “Trash vs. Treasures. Tips To Help Organize Your Space”
I tend to surround myself with incredible, out going, intelligent women. As of late I have been a part of conversations that always end up with the same conclusion: I am afraid. Why are we afraid? What are we afraid of? How is this fear stopping us from living a complete and happy life?Continue reading “The Confidence Gap”
I have been thinking a lot about my food choices. Actually, I love food and when I am not eating I am probably thinking about what I will eat next. I was always the chubby one in my family and to this day food is one of my struggles. For about 5 years after collegeContinue reading “Challenging Our Views On Self-Love”
My husband is turning 30 tomorrow. April 29th has been on my radar for the past year. It seems that every month up until this point my husband has been counting down. Even as we spent the day together celebrating he would comment on how “OLD” he was or how he seemed to think heContinue reading “30: A Year of Loathing”