Learning to find balance, stabilizing a healthy relationship with exercise, food, health and body image, and most importantly, loving yourself, are all probably the most heavily emphasized components of my blog’s core message. I introduce health and fitness as a means of improving the quality of your life, whether you want to lose weight, tone … More Friday Friend Features: Emmy Vazquez
Something that I’ve been meaning to talk about in depth for quite a long time now is digestion. What always held me back was the fact that unpleasant circumstances caused by indigestion are pretty TMI, and the last thing I want to do is to make people feel uncomfortable when reading my content. And I … More Tips for Optimal Digestion
Are you somebody that’s usually very, very, very hard on yourself? I one hundred and ten-percent am that individual who will get so worked up about making even the tiniest slip-up on anything. If I don’t have a good workout, if I have too much dessert one night, if I make a careless mistake on a quiz, … More Being Vegan: It’s Okay to Make Mistakes
Dear Dani Mathers, We’re all human, right? I’m sure that you know precisely why what you did was inconsiderate, superficial, disturbing, and frankly, downright foolish. I forgive you for apologizing and having to deal with the influx of comments coming at your way–some well-deserved, others are pretty ruthless without real significance. And I’m sure that … More Dear Dani Mathers: Yes, I’m Not Satisfied With My Body. No, You Don’t Have to Capture it for the World to See.
This was originally a post that I meant to send privately for a writing assignment, but when I found that it was public, I deleted it immediately and decided to switch the assignment format to a Word document rather than an online link. But when I saw that someone reblogged it from my Tumblr, I realized that … More Tuesday Thoughts: Growing With Conditions