I consider myself a healthy person, but I’m definitely lazy. Sure I work out and take the time to read labels when grocery shopping, but when it comes to wellness practices, I’m always looking for an easy way out…
I don’t know too much about aroma therapy but I’m not sold on a premise that breathing in a mix of organic herbs and botanicals is going to change my mood.
I’d been on the fence about trying the whole minimalist closet thing. What if I suddenly needed the clothes? What if I get rid of a piece that comes back in style?
One of the most annoying things about training and competing is muscle soreness. My trainer used to tell us “soreness is weakness leaving the body.” That still didn’t really help me recover faster.
Let’s face it, it’s hard to stay committed to your health and fitness goals. A support system is so important to help hold you accountable for the commitments you have made to yourself.
I’ve spent most of my late teens and early 20’s under a body microscope. Every pound I gained or lost and every inch of my body was scrutinized by my tennis coaches, peer, family, spectators and the public.