Right now, you might be thinking to yourself, WTF is wellness fatigue?
Let me explain…
Wellness fatigue happens as a result of constantly thinking about and tracking your health stats. Whether it be through simply keeping a daily log of what you eat or tracking a wide range of elements, like your daily steps, your sleep quality, your calorie intake, etc. … Read More
How much protein should you eat? As you probably already know, protein and how much of it you should be eating is hot topic in health and fitness world right now. (I mean it always has been and always will be, but right now, it really seems to be a very buzzworthy point of interest.)
Everyone loves to tout the weight loss benefits of protein and everyone loves to tell us that we need to be eating more of it—to stay full and satiated so that we won’t overeat and to build muscle so that our metabolism will stay boosted! … Read More
Do you ever feel totally scatter-brained? Like the world is moving a million miles a minute as you’re desperately trying to keep up? Like you’ll never find time for exercise.
That’s a little bit how I feel right now.
I think that tends to happen a lot around this time of year. It seems my schedule grows busier and busier as the weather gets nicer and nicer. (Does this happen to you?)
Anyway, I’m telling you this because even though I feel like I haven’t had a moment to come up for air lately, I’ve still been making it a priority to find time for exercise (And now apparently blogging, too. Go me!). … Read More
Given the fact that I spend the majority of my time writing about health and fitness and running and exercise, you might think that after a few years, I’d be pretty sick of it all.
But I’m not. That’s why I chose this as a career. After I worked for a few years as a personal trainer, in the heart of it all, I knew that I wanted to take the new passion I had found and combine it with an old love—writing.
So, that’s what I did, and here I am.
I’m not sick of it all. In fact, I’m only just getting started. But I have come to find that there are certain things that do tend to get on my nerves. … Read More
Let’s talk about Thanksgiving. It’s my all-time favorite holiday, and yes, it’s because I absolutely love food.
But what I love even more than food itself is the experience of enjoying and sharing a meal with loved ones.
Sure, I talk about food as fuel for fitness and sustenance for a healthy body all of the time. But sometimes it’s more than that. Sometimes, like on special occasions like Thanksgiving, it’s a means of bringing people together. It provides family and friends with the opportunity to sit down at a table together, converse and just enjoy each other’s company.
Continue reading… … Read More