The following post is sponsored by adidas – and I honestly couldn’t be more grateful because the shoes I’m about to share with you are legit THE. BOMB. Read on, my friends. I get a lot of people asking if yoga is my only form of exercise. The answer is: nope! Yoga is hands down me in my element, but as a Libra, I like to keep it balanced. Over the past year, I started mixing in cardio and circuit training (#TeamKayla) to keep my heart healthy and to build back up my endurance that I seemed to have lost when I stopped dancing.
You and Your Body. What a rocky relationship that can be. Although, the world wants us to be ‘body positive’, it’s not always an easy feat. I didn’t plan to write about this, but after two sweet young girls messaged me asking for advice about the same topic, I really felt it was important to discuss. Because they are NOT alone in their battle.
My oh my, this has been a long awaited topic on my list to cover. I get questions about self-employment and blogging ALL the time, and I truly love helping out to the best of my ability. I’m in this with the rest of you – If what I’ve learned can help a few of you take the next steps towards pursuing your dreams, then count me in! So, here is what I’ve learned since becoming fully self-employed:
Photography by Forever Photo NY We are almost out of the woods, my friends! That beautiful, warm weather we’ve been anticipating is on its way – I can feel it. I am at the edge of my seat waiting for that first sign of a 70 degree and sunny forecast, so I can spend all day outside. You feel me? This time of year is when all of the excitement for summer starts to build, and people tend to get reeeally motivated to kick their workouts into high gear. Me, included.
Photo via Pinterest Hi, Friends! Despite the chaos that is currently my life (#MovingPains), I felt I needed to take pause and write what has been weighing on me. I’ve recently learned a very valuable lesson, and I wanted to speak on it. Writing definitely helps me cope, so I hope this topic impacts you in some way as well. So, what is this lesson learned? The importance of picking and choosing your battles.
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.