When starting anything new, there are obstacles and challenges that always come up, no matter what you are starting. Adding on a whole new way of eating can be one of the biggest challenges you will face. After all, the food we consume has most likely been a habit for several years, and we all know habits are hard to break. BUT what if I told you there are some really easy steps to take when wanting to eat a more plant-based diet? Let’s get to it!
Worry, fear, anxiety–a choking sense of doom comes out of nowhere and a dark cloud descends on my mind. Anxiety is the icy fingers of dread resting on my shoulder. It is manifested in the way I snap at my loved ones for no apparent reason. It is embodied by the swirling cycle of “what if’s” fueling my insomnia. Anxiety is the physical symptoms of gastrointestinal discomfort, sweating, fatigue, and muscle tension. It is a constant thief of joy and destroyer of peace. However, it doesn’t have to be. There is hope. There are many anxiety coping strategies that you can learn.
Yoga means union and I interpret this as a union of my mind, body and soul. I feel connected to my heart and my desires and as a result, I feel connected to everyone else. I feel at peace.
Yoga is just stretching or another form of exercise to many, and a trendy hobby to others.
For me, yoga is a way of life on and off the mat. Through a regular yoga practice I can bring that self awareness to my life at any point, my turning towards my breath and getting in tune with my energetic body.
June 4th was our 3rd Anniversary! Ryan and I have been together three years and have had a lifetime of adventures with plenty more to come! Here’s to our future plans like the Rosé Day this weekend, seeing the Dave Matthews Band, Myrtle Beach with my family, and much more 💖🍷🎼🏝✈️
Meal Prepping can be the easiest thing you do…. or the most difficult. It really all depends on how you approach it. I enjoy meal prepping because it saves me time during the week, not to mention the savings in money and unnecessary calories. But – I will admit it was definitely intimidating at first. I was trying to follow what an already-fit person was doing, who’s life revolved around meal prepping and working out.
“Lessons from a unicorn: Anything is possible, there’s magic inside you, dreams can come true, it’s okay to be different, sparkle and shine, you don’t need wings to fly, believe in yourself even if nobody else does”
Being able to craft and make things of your own is one of the best things that you can do with your time. After all, in a modern era where most of us spend our lives sitting in front of screens with our brains turned off, being able to make something with your own two hands that you can actually be proud of is a wonderful alternative.
That being said, what if you want to take things a little further with your crafts and actually start to earn some extra cash from it? More and more people are trying this out as an option but it’s not always easy. With that in mind, here are some things that you need to do in order to start making money from your crafts.
Summer is in the air – the nights are lighter, the temperature is warmer and we’re all looking forward to vacations and evenings out. But all of those things cost money, so it’s little wonder that the approach of summer can also make financial demands of us. And if we aren’t prepared? Then it’s either a choice of missing out on those fun summer events, cute new clothes and fresh pedicure or drowning in debt. So don’t let being in the vacation mindset get you off track with your funds, by preparing for summer spending in advance and saving money once you’re there. Here are some ways to boost your budget in time for summer!
I let my Instagram followers choose my hair color. Given the option between red tips and hidden rainbow hair, the majority chose the later. I know what you’re thinking: this girl is crazy for letting strangers pick something as personal as her hair color. Honestly, I needed the change and I hadn’t done anything with my hair for over a year. I even asked for recommendations to local hair salons around Connecticut. Then, I picked a stylist at Sculptures Salon in Southington who was I was referred to via social media. Paula was amazing and helped make my vision come to life by mixing my Lisa Frank inspired colors.