Tuesday Thoughts: Why I Love to Work Out + How You Can Too

Exercise seems to have this horrible stigma. People just see exercising as more of an obligation rather than part of their ideal lifestyle, which is totally understandable. I used to feel the same way, but with time and practice, I found that I truly love working out every single day. Here’s why and here’s how. … More Tuesday Thoughts: Why I Love to Work Out + How You Can Too

December 8th: My Story to Weight Loss, Health and Confidence

Twelve hours from now, I will be eighteen years-old–a grown woman, an adult, a true independent. It’s more than about time for me to share probably one of the most important parts of my whole entire life–and I’m not even out of school yet! It sounds completely insane for me to think so, but it really is. … More December 8th: My Story to Weight Loss, Health and Confidence

Breaking Abstinence

From a post a while ago, I went to Vinh Loi and had fried rice for dinner and breakfast the next morning. Turns out the rice I thought was pure whole grain brown rice was white rice smothered in seasoning. Oooooooooooooooops. I didn’t find out just by looking at some strangely pale and thin grains, but also … More Breaking Abstinence

Why I Quit Workout Logging + Other Late New Year’s Resolutions

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