• Workout Woes: Three Common Mistakes Women Make At The Gym

    Staying in shape is pretty high on many women’s lists of priorities. There are plenty of different reasons why you might want to work out regularly. It could be a desire to look a certain way, or you might just be trying to live a slightly healthier lifestyle. Whatever your reasons are, you likely want to use your time at… — Read More —

    Workout Woes: Three Common Mistakes Women Make At The Gym
  • Three Workout Myths It’s Time To Stop Believing!

    There’s a lot of information out there when it comes to trying to have the best possible workout routine. Whether it’s from the internet, from a friend, or from that one guy at the gym, who won’t stop going around giving out unsolicited advice. (You know the one.) However, for every decent piece of workout advice that you come across,… — Read More —

    Three Workout Myths It’s Time To Stop Believing!
  • The Cost Of Fitness

    All things being equal, the amount of money that you are able to devote to getting and then staying fit shouldn’t make that much of a difference. After all, fitness is about the simple conversion of energy into output, and being able to maintain that for as long as possible. So it’s reasonable to assume that if you can run… — Read More —

    The Cost Of Fitness
  • The Three Types Of Fitness

    When we talk about fitness, we have a tendency to use the word as a catch-all. Just fitness. While that’s useful – and we can all generally agree on the difference between being fit and not being so – it’s also a little too vague for anyone who is serious about getting their body into shape. If you want to… — Read More —

    The Three Types Of Fitness
  • Are You Burning out Without Even Knowing It?

    When you first started working out, you probably thought about staying in the gym for as long as possible, until your muscles wore out and until you couldn’t possibly move anymore. That burning feeling probably gave you a great sense of accomplishment and you most likely went home with a big smile on your face. However, come the next session,… — Read More —

    Are You Burning out Without Even Knowing It?

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5 Tips to Overcome Body Image Insecurity

Hey lovelies, today we have a guest post from O.K. Jones over at yap.buzz. I believe learning to love your body is important, and something everyone young and old, girls and boys, men and women should learn to do. Here’s O.K. Jones 5 tips to overcome body image insecurity, enjoy!

The Truth Behind Runner’s Myths

Hey lovelies, today I wanted to talk about my people. My people being runners, not Latinos because that’s a topic for another time. Runner’s get a lot of hate for reasons I don’t quite understand. However, I think it has to do with people not fully understanding the average runner, after all – I’ll admit it – we’re a crazy…

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Personal Life vs Blogging Life : Where to Draw the Line

Due to recent personal life events, I thought I would talk about separating your personal life, and your blogging life. This line at times can be blurry, especially if you’re a lifestyle blogger. Because your blog is based on your life. However, it’s important to know where that line in the sand is drawn between the two. Here are my…

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How to Survive Thanksgiving

We all know the struggles of Thanksgiving. So many delicious foods, but the entire time standing there thinking ‘if I eat this my button is going to pop across the room.’ Which is why I decided to share 4 of my favorite tips on how to survive Thanksgiving.

Dear Birdie

Hey team, I’m sorry for my absence last week, but as you could probably guess by the title. On November 13th… I lost my best friend of twelve years. The past ten days, have been an emotional rollercoaster, and I’m still an emotional wreck who cries at the smallest things. However, I don’t want to write any post before publishing…

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The Accidental Athlete by Stephanie Atwood Book Review

Sorry for not posting last week, I was fighting strep and was running a fever a few times, and me + fever = nothing makes sense. Needless to say, I’m pretty sure a book, my tea mug, and my cozy bed are calling my name to finish recovering from the little spell of being sick. Speaking of books, I recently…

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How to Survive an Ankle Stress Fracture

I’ve talked a few times on here about my ankle stress fracture. However, I wanted to go a bit more in-depth on the topic of having a stress fracture. Mainly because… Having one is hard. Because it’s not broken, it’s just thinking about breaking, and people don’t understand what you mean when you say that you have “a stress fracture.”…

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What You Need to Know About Breast Cancer

Today I wanted to talk about something on a more serious note. With it being October, which as we all know is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I wanted to talk about that today. Breast cancer holds a special place in my heart since many women in my family have battled this cancer. Which is why I did all the research…

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4 Things I’ve Learned From Running

I’m feeling kind of down, and have been for the past week. I miss running. I miss getting up early, lacing up my shoes, and logging in a couple of miles before starting my day. I miss having a good night’s sleep, due to not being able to do any cardio, I can’t burn off excess energy. I’ll be glad…

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Fat-Shaming vs Skinny-Shaming

Early this week I re-posted my What is Thinspiration post, and today I wanted to re-post my Fat-shaming vs. Skinny-shaming part two post.  I’m re-posting these because after the blog re-launch there are a couple of posts on body positivity I want to do.

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