The first thing I mention is that I'm "obsessed with happiness". I'm not sure how or why I came up with that, but if you analyze the books I read and podcasts I listen to, it's not too far off.
Vacation mode for me is the lifestyle where I can work at will, travel when I please, and ultimately not be ruled by the clock or workweek.
It was the smallest event, but a week later I'm still thinking about it. Still thinking about how proud I am of myself for not hiding from who I am in that moment.
It's late January and the starry excitement of the new year is quickly fading. We've officially hit the grind.
Getting out of your comfort zone really brings out your most innate tendencies. In this case, I am not scared of falling necessarily, it is the slowing down and giving myself the grace to stop that I don't care for very much.
I’m in the midst of probably the coolest career/life experience that I could ever ask for.
Embarrassingly enough, I'm doing a workout program that can be found on bodybuilding.com.
It has gotten unpopular in the online health world to talk about structure. It’s all about “moderation” or “the 80/20 rule”. People start to think you have issues if you have a structured plan for your diet.
The truth is, adult behavior change is one of the hardest things we will do.
A few years ago, a friend told me - for as much as you work out you would think you would look like it a little more. Although that might sound harsh to some, I wasn't offended at all. In that moment I realized they were right. Why didn't I look like I workout?
I've literally tried everything from natural skin treatments, going gluten free for 30 days, going dairy free for 30 days, prescription treatment, supplements, and hundreds of dollars worth of skin care products over the years that I hoped would be the thing that saved me.