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

Redefining Healthy

I find it kind of funny that I’m calling myself out on something that I used to believe I knew the ins-and-outs of. Currently, I retain much more knowledge than the average person–who is mildly calorie conscious and knows fruits and vegetables are important–but there is still so much unknown on my end. Heck, I … More Redefining Healthy

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

100th Post – New YouTube Video: Loving and Accepting Yourself

Can’t believe this is my 100th post! This might seem a bit of a downer (not according to the thumbnail LOL), but I have a video coming from a deeper part of my life. I’ll be the first to admit that I was not the happiest person on Earth for this reason, and I still … More 100th Post – New YouTube Video: Loving and Accepting Yourself

The Cold War: Survival of the Fittest (Part 2) – Stay in Shape When You’re Sick

Voila, Part 2 of my Cold War series is here! In this case, we discuss the best exercises for keeping our immunity strong, and even boosting it! But just because that’s true doesn’t mean you should hit the gym or run in the rain. I actually find it disrespectful if I were to show up … More The Cold War: Survival of the Fittest (Part 2) – Stay in Shape When You’re Sick