I have been doing CrossFit for about five months now. Here are 10 things that I have learned. 1.) It is not as intimidating as it looks. I remember walking into the gym (it’s actually called a box in CrossFit, but for some reason I just can’t get down with that) and seeing the fittest
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Believe it or not, I am coming off one of the best summers of my life. No big trips, not much in the way of going out or dressing up or really anything Instagram-worthy other than cute kids. This year, the little things made a big impact.
For the majority of my life – from my teens on – I’ve had “body issues.” I was always a bit chunky, which was cute when I was in my single digit years, but not so much in junior high and high school. In college, I definitely put on the freshman 15…or 20, and just
There is a lot of chatter on here about how hard it is to make peace with our bodies as working moms. We haul around our (irrational, burdensome) guilt with us wherever we go, including at the gym and during meals. Michelle and Sharlene have delved into the difficult topic of body image recently, as
It’s easy for me to find an excuse why I can’t work out regularly. I’m soooo not a morning person. Which means there’s no way I’m waking up earlier than I have to even if it means a few minutes to myself before my daughter wakes. I can’t. There’s no time during the day, either.