Five Tips For Navigating Trigger Foods {FTT}

The ultimate goal with the foods we enjoy—regardless of if they are highly nutritious or not—is to be able to practice mindfulness and moderation and eat foods that make you feel your best. You want to get to a place where you can include all foods sensibly and always #LikeHowYouEat. Food is meant to be…

#GiveMe30HabitProject 07.01.2020 {Burpees!}

Welcome to the 19th habit in the #GiveMe30HabitProject!! See this post for all the details and backstory! This month’s habit is all about challenging yourself to do something uncomfortable!   This month’s challenge is to do burpees, specifically 20 burpees every day for the full month. It does not matter when or how you do them, just…

Five Tips For Accomplishing A Dream Goal

As many of you know, I recently completed my first book manuscript and sent it to the publisher. This was something that required a great deal of focus and dedication. Projects like this are not something that we can approach half-heartedly or for the wrong reasons. With that in mind, here are five tips for…

Five Tips For Muscle Growth {FTT}

Most anyone who has been training for any duration of time knows the basics of progressive overload: time under tension, volume, density, frequency, etc. But there are things you may be overlooking that implement those principles in ways that are leaving some of your potential for gains on table. These are by no means all…

Habit Hack: Start Small!

  Many times our new habits fail simply because we take them to the extreme. We feel like that’s the only way we will get results. The truth is that an imperfect habit practiced consistently will yield you more return over time then a perfect habit practiced occasionally. For long-term results, you are after a…

Five Tips For Finding Personal Growth Content {FTT}

I’m always studying one thing or another. Not only for expanding my knowledge base, but also to make connections between ideas that I haven’t had before. I’m also interested in taking ideas and making them both relatable and actionable—knowledge without implementation is not very useful. The thing about the pursuit of personal growth is that…

2020 Vision

This was definitely funny, but the more I thought about it, the more I just couldn’t help but think about the truth of what God’s perspective on 2020 would be. While our view of this year might be negative at the present, I think that hindsight on 2020 will be 20/20, and we will be…

Five Tips ForNavigatingAnxiety {FTT}

In undergrad I battled anxiety to the point of insomnia and panic attacks. I’m not going to pretend to be an expert, but I can relate to how debilitating and isolating it can feel. Every so often, my anxious tendencies creep back in, but I have learned how to prevent and manage it in a…

Five Tips For Effective & Efficient Self Care {FTT}

Life is crazy busy. I get it. As women, we often put ourselves last. However, if we are going to show up at our best in service of others, it is vital that we keep our cup full. With that in mind, here’s 5 tips for effective, but also efficient self-care! 1️⃣ Know what qualifies….

Five+ Scripture-Based Tips For Boosting Immunity {FTT}

Something a little different this week for #FiveTipsTuesday. I know that we are all being very diligent right now to do whatever we can to boost our immune system and guard against illness. How many of us are being as diligent to guard ourselves spiritually right now? For myself personally, and many who have reached…

#GiveMe30HabitProject 03.01.2020 {Pushups!}

Welcome to the 15th habit in the #GiveMe30HabitProject!! See this post for all the details and backstory! This month’s habit is all about stacking up small wins and seeing the power of compounding effort!     Oh goodness y’all! I almost forgot to do a Give Me 30 Post! March snuck up on me! I realized this…

Introducing #AccountabilityOnly Coaching!

  Do you want to learn how to consistently practice healthy habits so that they become sustainable? Do you know exactly what it is that you want to do, but just need some support with consistently following through? Do you do better when you have someone to report to instead of trying to hold yourself…