After gaining the typical freshman 15, I was determined to make health and wellness a top priority for me I became conscious of the food choices I made and started regularly exercising. I saw food and exercise as energizing rather than draining and quickly became a wellness junkie.
Fast forward years later and now health and wellness is a passion of mine.
I spent this weekend moving into my apartment, which was an exhausting process! It felt like moving to college again, except there wasn't a move crew to help carry my stuff up, I had WAY more stuff, and I had to build all of my furniture myself. So basically like moving to college but worse, LOL. Thankfully my parents came down to help because they were a godsend - my mom is the home improvement expert and my dad helped lift the heavy furniture. It was such a hectic weekend but I finally feel a bit more settled into my place. I've compiled a list of ten things I've learned from this weekend, which will give you more perspective on how this process went for me!
Hey! Long time no see.
To be honest, right now blogging is not my #1 priority as I am spending quality time with my family before I move next week (!!!). But lately I have been reading and hearing things that are incredibly inspiring to me, and I wanted to share a few of these ideas + things with y'all. It's like if you've ever read an article or heard an idea and stop and go, "Yes! That's what I'm talking about!". If you have any of those inspirational ideas, I'd love for you to share them with me - comment or DM me on Instagram.
Is it just me, or did September fly by?! I think that is the theme for 2017 though, that it is just passing before my eyes and in my next blink it will be over!
I was inspired by Hilari Williams and created a list of 30 things I want to do before I turn 30. Since I haven't talked much about my personal life on here yet, I hope this will give you a glimpse into who I am and maybe inspire you to do one yourself!
I have this memory growing up of my babysitter and I playing softball together. She played for her university’s college team, I played for the local travel softball league. As a ten year old, you look at people in college and you don’t realize that they are only in college. In your ten year old mind, that person is an adult.
Welcome to my blog. To be honest, I have no idea what I am writing or how to summarize the purpose of this blog. But that’s a theme of my life at the age of 22: I have no idea what I’m doing. Weirdly enough, I’m okay with this. For anyone who knows me, it’s an obvious fact that I prefer to be in control with a clear game plan. And while I have somewhat of a plan, I also realize that being in my early twenties means that I’m changing as a person.