Self-care has become quite the buzzword over the past few years. You hear it on the news, from influencers and celebrities, from your doctor, and even in your workplace, but what does it even mean?
With the rise of social media and Instagram influencers, a new world of competition has developed, and it’s brutal.
So, I did the worst possible thing I could have done, and I stopped working out altogether.
There’s a reason you want to improve yourself, even if it’s triggered by the beginning of a new year.
From struggling with getting through one more semester of school to getting through one more day, there is always a reason to keep going.
I know that just saying I’m proud may not be enough, so here are some reasons why.
I used to have an incredibly unhealthy way of exercising. I did it because I hated the way I looked, not because I wanted to improve my overall health and well-being.
Deep down in my heart and soul, I feel like we most of you are in the same boat I am. You thought of one thing, one aspect of yourself that you are good at, and you based your decision off that.
Staying motivated when things get tough is one of the hardest things to do.
The good news is that you're resilient and you can adapt to change, and if you can't, the better news is that life is constantly changing.