Being a victim in your own life feels like a prison sentence in your own life. Read my blog where I talk about how to break that mentality.
It’s a bittersweet moment every 4 years when the Olympics comes to an end. It’s bitter because I, like most of you, LOVE the Olympics.
We are in a time where forgiveness is hard. There is so much prejudice, terror attacks, and personal attacks that I need to talk about forgiveness.
As a personal trainer and business owner I get asked a lot of questions every day. This is a list of the top 5 questions that I get asked every day
This is a tough subject. I’m going to share what it’s like to be a victim of childhood abuse. I’ll give you a background to my childhood abuse story and then we’re going to talk about seven ways to start overcoming childhood abuse.
Failure sucks! It hurts, it puts a little zing in your self-esteem and self-confidence. Most of all it suck when other people know about it.
Sugar is eight times more addictive than cocaine. An average American eats one pound of sugar a day! Let’s dive into the six ways to break your addiction.
People get addicted to dieting every day. It can seriously hurt your health, happiness, and most importantly your body if it gets out of hand.
Burnout sucks. I’ve experienced burnout multiple times in my life. There are 7 steps I have created to help avoid burnout in your life.
Everyone has imperfections. I repeat; everyone. In today’s blog, I’m sharing my top three tips to help you accept your imperfections and become happier.