Part 2 of Guru Gossip, Confessions, and Other “Trash” Sites: Has the Climate Changed?

Before you ask, I am not talking about global warming. But moving on from that, it’s been over three months since I have posted my thoughts on websites dedicated to trashing online gurus and other Internet influencers. If you haven’t read that post yet, I highly recommend you do so to gain some context on … More Part 2 of Guru Gossip, Confessions, and Other “Trash” Sites: Has the Climate Changed?

I Walked More Than 20,000 Steps a Day for a Week…Here’s What Happened

Surely enough, you’ve probably seen those videos or articles titled “I Tried XXX’s Diet/Workout Routine For a Week” or “I Tried The XXX Challenge…Here’s What Happened” at least every other time, if not every time, you surf the Internet. These experiments areย everywhere, and it’s both a good and bad trend. On one hand, you get … More I Walked More Than 20,000 Steps a Day for a Week…Here’s What Happened

The Most Common Diet Regimens + Maintaining Sanity on All of Them

You’ve heard these words before: clean, dirty, healthy, unhealthy, detox, and cheat. They may have various meanings in their original contexts, but if we’re talking about health and fitness, they all pertain to food and their qualifications of how beneficial for the body they are. However, all of these blanket terms have so much room … More The Most Common Diet Regimens + Maintaining Sanity on All of Them

Diet and Exercise: Fulfilling Your Soul or Filling a Void

Differentiating between taking care of yourself with positive deeds versus using positive deeds as coping mechanisms to ignore underlying problems is probably the most difficult mystery to solve. We generally picture alcoholism, drug abuse, compulsive shopping, self-harm, binging (food, television, etc.), or even sexual intercourse as forms of coping mechanisms that do little to no … More Diet and Exercise: Fulfilling Your Soul or Filling a Void