An article I wrote was featured on fitness and lifestyle blog, SwiftFit.net! “All unhealthy patterns were initially intended to protect; they started as survival mechanisms. Along the way, what started as a way to avoid or get us out of pain stopped serving our best interest. As we get older, we start to gain moreContinue reading “I Wrote For SwiftFit.net!”
An article I wrote, “3 Workouts to Try After a Breakup” was featured on NathaliaFit.com! “To help you get off the couch, here are three workouts to try that not only will hack your brain into feeling a little better, but will help with three key aspects that add to the devastation of a breakup:Continue reading “I Wrote For NathaliaFit.com!”
Dating can be intimidating at the best of times, but after a breakup dating is especially intimidating. How do you know when you are ready? How do you know that someone won’t just hurt you again? The short answer is that you don’t. However, by considering the next 10 pieces of advice, you’ll be in good shape to start dating again when you are ready.
It all adds up. Every chapter of your story is what gave you what you needed for the next challenge. Keep going.
Your beliefs create your experience. Change your beliefs to change your experience.
Sometimes, we pre-break our heart by telling ourselves stories. Some of these stories are so common, that they have reached myth status. Today, I’ll be working through some of the most common myths about dating and men that make dating so much harder on your heart than they have to be.
They both suck. Take these steps to suck it up and feel better sooner.
Agonizing over a fork in the trail you passed miles back does not equal a life well lived. There comes a point where you have learnt enough. To put it bluntly: move on!
It’s been a while since I had a pretty serious injury. Then I ended my five year relationship with my fiance.
I’ve been asleep at the wheel. In fact, it felt like my efforts at steering the car have been exclusively in times of crisis, like I would reach across the center console and grab the wheel to swerve out of oncoming traffic. But then I go back to the passenger seat.