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“If you are broken, you do not have to stay broken…”

  “In 2014 this stage was actually the first time that I was authentically, 100 percent honest with all of you. I think it’s safe to say that all of you know my life whether I like it or not. I had to stop because I had everything and I was absolutely broken inside. I kept it all together enough ….

The Vortex of a Scale’s Unmoving Numbers

“I used to be that crazy person that was strict about what I did and didn’t eat. I was so diligent with exercise. And as soon as I stopped thinking about it, I lost weight. I wasn’t stressing about it. The balance and relaxing is what’s really helped me.” ~ Phoebe Tonkin I don’t own a scale. I use too. ….

The Can’t Quit You Relationship With Shorts

“No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.” ~ Eleanore Roosevelt Summer time comes and bring on the anxiety! I know! Summer and anxiety. Me? Miss Should a Been a Mermaid herself? Yup their is one summer staple that will bring out the sweats and cover-ups and I possibly couldn’ts. No, I am not talking about bathing suits. ….

Oh My Achy, Breaky, Back

My back and shoulders could be considered the bang of my existence. I know I am all about self-love and loving your body for what it is, but my back just needs to take an attitude adjustment or a hike. Whichever fixes it first. I say this all in just kind of. If I was being conceited I would say ….

You Are Smart, Not Weak

As I prepare for another wanderlusting adventure, I was struck by food poisoning Monday night. I am recovering, but I am not the most patient patient. (Pun intended) Most of my doctors will comment about how stoic I am. They will give me knowing looks when I am in their offices, and shake their heads when I meekly say, it is ….

Body Shaming Our Kids

I was at my home away from home – otherwise known as Starbucks – getting work done when I observed a mother with two daughters come in. They were young, around eleven years old firmly entrenched in the preteen years, with lithe dancers bodies and bubbly personalties to match. They got in line and began discussing what they were going to ….

Why Fitness does not Equate Health

The beauty of a woman is not in a facial mode but the true beauty in a woman is reflected in her soul. It is the caring that she lovingly gives the passion that she shows. The beauty of a woman grows with the passing years. ~ Audrey Hepburn What is fitness? Is it doing miles upon miles of cardio? ….

Face the Frame

“Treat your friends as you do your best pictures, and place them in their best light.” ~ Lady Randolph Churchill People say millennials have created a narcissistic society. Queens and kings of the  social media, and selfies. We are the epitome of being into ourselves. I don’t really have an opinion on it one way or the other of whether we are, ….

Wintertime Blues

Keep your face to the sunshine, and you can not see a shadow. The last few days I have been so invigorated. The weather has been warm, the sun shining. Even the ups and downs of cold and warmth can’t get me down. I feel like the winter blues, which I tend to get badly, just fall off, like discarded ….

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