Last year, I fell in love with yoga during a rough spot in life.
Without a doubt, yoga was my therapy. I walked into Laughing Lotus a hot mess, and walked out a zen, happy being, smiling to myself as I walked home. (No, really.)
Since starting my new job in October, I’ve pushed myself hard in every area of life: work, working out, trying to finish my Junior League term.Oh yeah, and there was that…
This is my current view (well, sort of. The laptop is open because I am typing on it, but you get it) and I love it.
I have nowhere to be for the rest of the day, and that is an amazing feeling for this go-go-go girl.
On Tuesday night, I had a crappy date, and I think I went to sleep with my shoulders really tensed up, because I woke up with a seriously stiff neck/shoulders,…
Before heading out to LA, I tried to get in #alltheworkouts. I wanted to be strong and feel confident by the time I got out there.
Presley took a day or so off/at a…
Hello from the other side of a quiet, peaceful and productive Saturday.
I started it the way I start every other Saturday: JuicePress run club.
My legs felt heavy and stiff and tight, but the company was great. I’ve felt so, so tight lately, so I’ve been trying my hardest to dial back on the intensity of my workouts where possible. (Way less fun.) I’m going to a stretching workshop tomorrow at…
So, you guys want to know about the photo shoot, right?
Oh, you don’t? Sorry, I’m going to tell you anyway, because it was so much fun. (Mostly.)
Upon arriving, I walked down these two…
I rarely intend to do two-a-days, but sometimes two awesome workout opportunities come up in one day that I can’t say no to.
The fabulous Emily had emailed me last week to see if I wanted to try out the November Project with her. UM, yes. I heard the (hot) founders speak at the Runner’s World marathon party and I loved the idea – a free fitness movement started in Boston to help…
I skipped a week-in-review kinda post last week because it would have been: I worked out really freaking hard, burned the candle at both ends finishing work so I could take Friday off and then did a photo shoot.
After the marathon, I took a long time to commit to any races. I knew I was sort of burnt out, and I didn’t know when the motivation would come back.
There’s FINALLY a hint of spring in the air (I ran this afternoon with my coworkers and it was AMAZING), and I’m looking forward to going back to more workouts with purpose and finding new ways to have some shweaty fun.