October 31, 2016
Wishing everyone a wonderful Halloween! I went to a party over the weekend, and put together an awesome costume. Toot toot! (That’s me, tooting my own horn.)
TA-DA! This costume may require a little explanation. It was a themed party, and the theme was “Stranger Things,” a fantastic, creepy Netflix show with disappearing kids, weird government experiments, and a monster. A major part of the story is that Read the rest of this entry »
October 27, 2016
I wrote a blog post last month about motivation, and how it had been eluding me. My foot injury had been preventing me from exercising, and then, once my foot felt better, I just didn’t feel like pushing myself to stick with it.
Well, I’ve been feeling the same way lately. My foot has been Read the rest of this entry »
October 21, 2016
I got some heartbreaking news today. Richard Simmons is closing his fitness studio, Slimmons. The last day will be November 19th. I was told this in a mass email sent by the manager.
I’m experiencing a whirlwind of feelings surrounding this news, and the predominant one is, well, heartbreak. It’s devastating news. Read the rest of this entry »
October 21, 2016
It’s Halloween party season, and the food-based celebrations pretty much continue from now until the end of the year, thanks to Thanksgiving, holiday parties, Christmas, and New Years. That’s a lot of parties and events to navigate.
It’s a tough time of year for those of us trying to lose weight or keep it off. And that’s all the more reason to arm yourself with a strategy so you can enjoy yourself at these soirees and not feel guilty after. Here are three simple things you can do at any party!
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October 19, 2016
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I’ve been a long-time drinker of protein shakes, and lately, I’ve been enjoying Clean Lean Protein, a protein powder made by Nuzest. I’ve tried all their flavors, like vanilla…
…and chocolate. Read the rest of this entry »
October 17, 2016
It’s the end of a chapter in my life: I’ve cancelled my gym membership at Crunch, after four and a half years.
Crunch is a great gym, but it’s time to move on. Read the rest of this entry »