Each day is a fresh, new start, and we decide how we’re going to make the most of it. I’m such a firm believer in mindful morning routines – it’s what gets me centered, focus, and excited for the day ahead. I’ve spoken a lot about mindful mornings on Instagram and a few times on Insta-Story Takeovers, but I wanted to dig a little deeper on the blog to show you what a ‘mindful morning’ looks like for me.
^ Art installation by Benjamin Shine I had the most amazing time at MindBodyGreen’s Revitalize conference in Arizona! There is so much that happened that I can’t really put into words, but I’ll do my best attempt. First, I’d like to give a shoutout to the team at Kohl’s – Kohl’s so generously sponsored my trip and provided my workout wardrobe for the entire weekend. You can find my outfit details scattered throughout this post.
Photo by Victoria Morris We’ve all heard the phrase, “live your best life”. I love this sentiment, so I wanted to piggy back off of that and help turn this saying into something actionable. There are 5 healthy habits I’ve recently picked up, and I must share with you how life-changing it has been. They say it takes 3-4 weeks to make a habit stick, so let’s take these steps together into a happier, healthier, and more productive life!
Ahhh, here goes nothing! I am so excited (and nervous), but beyond ecstatic to share with you my official Om & The City YOUTUBE Channel! This has been on my wish list for quite awhile, but I finally carved out the time and figured if not now, when? So, cheers to finally doing the damn thing!
Hey hello, yogi lovers! My friend and fellow lifestyle blogger, Allison (@allisonclairmurray), came to visit over the weekend, and it was just pure joy with donuts, smiles, and lattes. We put together a series of bendy, twisty, and stretchy partner yoga poses for absolutely anyone to try. Matching wardrobes are not required, but HIGHLY recommended. =)
If you’re reading this, you might have anxiety or have experienced anxious thoughts and emotions. Let me start off by saying, you are not alone. Everyone feels anxious in some degree. Some people experience a very mild and situational anxiety, while others struggle with severe panic attacks. No matter what area you fall into, there are natural ways to help alleviate your pain.