Now that we’re almost into February, how many of you are already slipping on your New Year’s resolutions? Don’t beat yourself up if you are. We’re here to give you tips on how to keep track of your goals and stay inspired to complete them throughout your 2015. Make this your best year yet!
Spending the rest of your life with someone is a huge decision that should not be taken lightly. Society has put so much pressure on us that we all believe we’re not complete until we marry, have 2.5 children and find a house on the hills with a white picketed fence. All that is amazing but let’s try falling in love first.
So once you find your best friend and you fall in love, you’ve got a few hard conversations to have before you walk down that aisle. Here’s five things you and your bae need to discuss before getting engaged.
Turning 30 has always been the benchmark for becoming “over-the-hill.” I’m not sure when that actually started, but nowadays, turning 30 is just turning 30. At the same time, you’re an adult, and some of the things you do when you were in your 20s can’t roll over with you to the next decade. Check out the things you need to start and stop doing by the time you turn the big 3-0.
We all love King Bey and her song that made us feel like the queens that we are, but even royalty makes mistakes. We all have insecurities and go through tough times in life that can really affect our mindsets.
Being “flawless” is a coined phrase to be taken lightly, but we should not take it so literal that we forget to be human. Being yourself is the perfect way to put that “flawless” mentality to good use. Living in a world where Instagram is life and perfection is a common and encouraged mentality, it’s detrimental to our personal wellness and doesn’t contribute to positive feelings about ourselves.
Here are three reasons why being perfect isn’t something we should be aiming for and why you are flawless the way you are.
So we’re all familiar with the start and stop diet routine or the infamous line after eating horribly over the weekend. What is it that we normally say? Probably goes something like this…”Monday, I’m going to get back on track, start eating better and workout.” Sounds about right, huh? Well I’m sure that we’ve all said those very words and had good intentions of doing so. But somewhere along the way, we got off track.
My goal is to share with you what I have come to learn throughout my fitness and weight loss journey and as an Independent Beachbody Coach.
Here are a few tips to help you stay on the healthy track.
I am still overwhelmed by the fact that 2014 is officially over. Like, it just got here! It was all good just a week ago. I was just at the beach. I was kee kee-ing on the rooftops of NYC. I was OD’ing on episodes of Orange Is The New Black.
I could go on and on about how I’ll miss 2014. I’ve been racking my brain trying to figure out which moments were the best, only to realize that I’m just kinda happy to be here!