The Highlight Of My Day

I think it’s important to take some time –– daily or weekly –– to sit down and talk about the positives in your life. I’m not just talking about the major things –– health, family, friends –– I’m talking about the little things that make up your day, the intricacies that help you get through…

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I Stopped Weighing Myself

In January of 2019, I decided that I would no longer weigh myself. I know it sounds crazy, but hear me out… It was a pretty easy decision for me to make. The execution, however, was definitely a lot harder than I thought it’d be. I’ve relied on the bathroom scale to tell me how…

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Reflection

I’m a big advocate of taking time to reflect. It’s easy to recount the day and see surface-level events — I’m challenging you to dive a little deeper. Take a closer look at your attitude, plan, effort, goals, etc. –– did you meet them? Are you living everyday as the person you’re wanting to become?…

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You Create Your Own Reality

You are creating your own reality, right now. You are creating your future, and the person you will become –– are you proud of that person? This is a truth that I’ve struggled with the past few years. I’ve given every excuse I could, just to make myself feel better — but, at the end…

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The Lost Art Of Letter-Writing

I have three pen-pals –– like, elementary-school-status pen-pals. We handwrite long letters to each other and mail them, via the old school postal service. Crazy… I know. Letter-writing has been something I have always loved –– life just got in the way, as it does. Recently, I just decided that I’d post something on my…

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Just A Reminder

Take a minute to admire the person you are today, and reflect on the person you want to be in the future. Surround yourself with people who make you better, who support you, who love you, and who make you feel like.. YOU! Love is a beautiful thing, especially when it comes from within. So…

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Life After Being A College Athlete – Part 2

This is the second part of a full post. To read the first part, click here! Life after being a college athlete can be tough to navigate. After retiring –– because of age, choice, or, like many, college-graduation –– athletes often experience feelings of loss, depression, anxiety and/or an inability to find their next passion.…

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Life After Being A College Athlete – Part 1

This is a difficult topic for me –– not because I’m emotional about it, but because I literally can’t find the words to describe how it feels. I started playing softball when I was around 10 years old. My sister had already been playing a year when I decided to join, and I only joined…

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9 Tips For Spring Cleaning

It’s officially Spring (at least it sometimes is here in Denver), and it’s time for so major cleaning. Brian and I have had the Spring cleaning bug for a week or two now and it has been lovely. By the way, as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Which meeeeeans, if you that…

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Guys, I’m 30!

It’s official –– I am a 30 year old! Other than the emotional pain a few more wrinkles cause, I don’t feel 30. I feel like turning 30 snuck up on me — I swear I was graduating from high school last year. It’s weird how that happens, and I wonder if I’ll still feel…

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