The next one thousand days

“The only person who can pull me down is myself, and I’m not going to let myself pull me down anymore.” – C. Joybell C. How did you spend your time in quarantine? Learning new skills? Cleaning a closet? Recovering from trauma? I … spent my time getting myself on the...

Playing Small

For years, I was told I was “too intense” and that I should “tone it down a notch” and other similar statements from people who were uncomfortable with me being me. I am loud, animated. I talk with my hands. I have been asked, more than a few...

Say “Yes” to your dreams

Ten years ago, I walked into a yoga studio for the first time. And fell in love. I was at home and comfortable with myself in a way I had never felt before. My soul sang. The “type A” voice in my head shut up and listened. The voice of the teacher was...

Untitled – thoughts on progress and the path to success

It’s that time again. The quarterly review prep. I am reviewing my lists of goals, desires, progress. Reviewing wins, misses, failures, lane changes and more. Excuses and validations.  Cycling quickly through a wide variety of emotions. I succeeded here, failed...

Crosspost from Starfish Warriors:

On my fitness blog, I have publicly recommitted to myself and my health. Will you join me? No Excuses – Leaving the Obstacles Behind

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