According to my father, if anybody tells you that people are inherently good, then that person is lying to you. Humanity is such a controversial topic, but that’s just his opinion, and he’s the most practical realist I know. Anyhow, my dad told me this statement about two years ago, right before the day of … More People Can Be Mean, But…
/If I had a dollar for every terrible quality about myself, I’d be able to host daily Gatsby-style parties, hire servers with glasses of kombucha and make it rain guacamole–cause we all know that guac costs extra EVERYWHERE. But in all seriousness, like most of us, I am an extremely flawed individual. I knew this … More 2017: The Year of Coming to Terms With My Body + Worst Qualities
First thing’s first, it’s been such a long time since I’ve posted a Tuesday Thoughts article, and the reason why they’re being published much less frequently is because I’m just channeling my energy into other types of posts such as recipes, recaps, reviews, etc. Don’t get me wrong, I absolutely adore writing Tuesday Thoughts since … More Tuesday Thoughts: AspireAssist is Assisted Bulimia…Apparently
I could not resist holding back my current foodie favorites from the blog! My highs have changed and there are so many new awesome things that I’ve been a fanatic about nowadays. Some of these things might actually bring some new kind of content on my social media and blogging platforms, so read on if you … More Latest Foodie Obsessions 2 (with an Earth Angel Pantry Review)
On a lot of blogs I read, I notice that many girls, and even guys, share their stories on how they once had a terrible relationship with eating and said that they had eating disorders. Many post on their blogs, others make YouTube videos documenting their story. The horrors of their bodies lying in hospital … More Tuesday Thoughts: Can You Self-Diagnose an Eating Disorder?
Something that I believe is much more common than we think is emotional eating. It can actually come in the smallest gestures such as treating yourself to an extra serving of veggies or a piece of chocolate out of sadness or to feel happier, even if sometimes you’re already full. Emotional eating is not a serious … More Emotional Eating + The Reverse: How to Get Out of Both
One of my more difficult posts: an update to my Forks Over Knives review. Did you think superfitbabe would be no more? Absolutely not! I couldn’t give up my blog for anything. It’s not about the popularity or recognition, but it’s about expressing my passion for health, fitness and wellness. Anyways, this is a different … More I’m Leaving.
There were times when people thought I was too fat to be fit. I remember telling someone I really wanted a motivational gym tank that said “Get Sweaty”, “Train Insane”, etc., and that person responded: “I don’t think that’s a good idea. You don’t look like the fit type.” That moment crushed my soul. At that time, I went … More “Fit” is Not a Size
How many times has the healthspo community preached Hippocrates’ “Let food be thy medicine and let medicine be thy food” quote? We can all agree that a nutritious diet grants us a huge array of benefits: energy, bright eyes, thick hair, clear skin, less body fat, and possible cures for certain medical conditions like heart disease, Eczema, hypothyroidism or hyperglycemia. If … More Why I Won’t Cure Myself Through a Diet
This is probably one of the hardest ways for me to begin 2015. A lot of you don’t know this but I had an account on the website weighttraining.com to track how many calories I burned per workout session. It ran for about a year. Out of those years I probably used it for 5-6 months worth … More Why I Quit Workout Logging + Other Late New Year’s Resolutions