I just posted some of my fave fall denim up on my IG page HERE because somewhere along the line I became a jean girl and I absolutely have to share with you all some of my fave picks for this season.
I was always in funky pants but now I’m just constantly rotating between the denim in my closet... and it’s all because I found brands that fit my body. I know it can be totally annoying trying to find the right brand and fit but once you do it’s worth it and changes your entire confidence game!
We all know that feelings, we have a huge day but the only way we’ll stay sane is by fitting in a work out. So scheduling comes into play. For me I’ll do my spin class, shower and change and then run out the door to my meeting. Except it all sounds so simple before hand. The catch, doing our hair and prepping a put together look after a work out can seem like a night mare. You may be rushing and have no ideas where to begin….
I’ve been sharing a lot of the books I’ve been reading on my Instagram recently. So many of you have messaged me about how much you love what I’m sharing and want to know more, what else I’m reading or what’s next…. In light of this spiritual movement I’m learning so many of you are intrigued by, the idea that we can grab our own life by the reins and tap into our inner power, I’ve decided it’s time to share some of the books that have helped me do that!
Ever since I lived in NYC, Cinco de Mayo has been one of my favourite holidays. First of all I love Mexican food and I don’t mind a little bit of tequila here and there, but I also somehow have always had the feeling that the holiday really kicks off the summer festive season. With that said, we all know that guac and chips can add up in calories really quick and totally bust your pre summer health grove, so here are five ways to cut calories this Cinco de Mayo… and for celebrations all summer long!
Smoothies have always been a key part of my day. My routine that I often share on social media consists of waking up, hitting the gym and having my morning smoothie. Whether that’s before or after my work out always changes, but the one thing that doesn’t change is my consistency in Taking 10, a term referring to 10 minutes of ME TIME! The importance of taking this time lies in our ability to tune into how we feel, so no matter what time of day that is, finding something you love in your routine that allows you to ground yourself and connect back to YOU is what Taking 10 is all about. You can try Taking 10 too with one of my new favourite smoothie recipes below.
What is said (and it’s hella true) is that unless you’re ready and willing to enter a new earth, a new state of being, willing to accept meditation and your inner awakening, it will never serve you fully.
You probably opened this article because you want to find a way to help you cope with your stress and anxiety, be it at work, home, in relationships or just the typical road rage. Meditation has changed my life and I’ve shared it with so many people around me. It took me a while to get the hang of it and a lot of yo-yo commitment before it actually stuck. Now, I’ve learned that meditation is a muscle that isn’t just about doing it when you feel stressed, its an everyday lifestyle change kinda of practice. We can’t just eat well for a day and hope to be cured of our internal inflammation, so think of it like that. Our nervous system is inflamed and by taking time everyday we can slowly create a hospitable environment for thoughts to pass calmly, but when we stop the inflammation will come back. Thats what I’m learning. Not from one day off or even two, but a practice is a long term commitment and thats why it’s a lifestyle change.
I wrote an article almost two years back about female vulnerability. I reference it from time to time because it was at a period in my life where I was beginning a relationship with someone and I was a questioning how to let them in. I was not able to be raw on any level. They were resistant to the fact that I was always busy, always planned, organized and running my own life. There was no room for them. It made me think some two or so years ago, how as women we are told to be these strong, independent powerhouses, yet that seems to not be what attracts men. We are told to put on our armour and walk with the men, in business, in the gym, walk as equals. However, with years of sexual inequality genetically programmed into our existence, we naturally cary a fear of being called or seen as weak.