This weekend was spent dog-sitting for both my parents and sister and husband. Busy weekend but full of dogs, so I really can’t complain. Plus the weather was absolutely FABULOUS. Hopefully, you got the chance to get out and enjoy it!
Before I get into my meal prep stuff (which is a little sparse on account of me being away all weekend), I just wanted to talk about labels. Don’t worry, this isn’t going to be preachy or ranty, just a general observation and reminder for myself. Continue reading
This is NOT going to be a post railing against self-care because I am a HUGE supporter of self-care. I think it’s something that everyone needs to do and I think it is a missing component in many people’s healthy living/seeking routines.
That said, there are times when self-care is the exact opposite of care and that is a problem.
Adults need stickers too!
I want to share with you a little thought swap/brain trick I’ve been using lately. It’s nothing new and you’ve probably heard of it before but it’s really been helping me a lot lately. Continue reading
I think a lot of us, me included, feel like in order to be good and productive members of society have to do more. More work, more outings, more social functions, more workouts, more dieting, more social media worthy activities, more whatever. Because if you’re not doing more, you’re being lazy.
I have noticed lately that I always feel like I need to do something, whether it’s work, working out, going out with Adam, or whatever. Slowing down feels lazy. Another part of the constant more for me is trying to keep up with what I *think* everyone else is doing. Because I work from home and I set my own schedule, it’s easy for me to jam as much stuff into my day just so I can keep up and not be lazy. Continue reading
I promise this isn’t going to get long or philosophical or even particularly deep. It will include a few selfies though. Continue reading