Self-love vs self-abuse. It’s a fine line.

Why you are doing what you are doing matters. Exercising because it feels good versus doing it to punish yourself for eating. Fasting to give your cells a break from glucose overload verses starving yourself as punishment for eating something “bad”. Talking about what is healthy and what isn’t healthy is a challenging endeavor. WhatContinue reading “Self-love vs self-abuse. It’s a fine line.”

Finding Your Purpose

Purpose does not have to be some crazy, enlightening thing. It will feel like magic though. There is something that’s been brewing in your life since before you can even remember. It’s something that has always been important to you. It’s what drives you when you feel like you can’t control anything. It’s the thingContinue reading “Finding Your Purpose”

Self-Care During Universal Despair

How can I possibly give myself attention, love and care when the world around me is in chaos? I don’t deserve nice things when there are people suffering. I can’t focus on something like self-love when there are people out in the world who don’t have that luxury. Here’s the thing… You’ve heard it before,Continue reading “Self-Care During Universal Despair”

Battle to Exercise

I found the importance and value of exercise by being forced to do it. I was thrust into a 6am “Cardio Intervals” class as a substitute instructor. As you might imagine, everyone taking the class was more fit than me. I was not getting myself to 6am classes by my own volition and these peopleContinue reading “Battle to Exercise”

Being in the Work

I’ve heard it, you’ve heard it, we’ve all heard it: “You’re right where you need to be”. Another similar thing I read recently in Want by: Julie Peters, “This takes as long as it takes”. What do these mean? I think they mean this: We often wait to celebrate until we arrive at a destination.Continue reading “Being in the Work”

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