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Breathe Deep at the NYS Yoga Festival

Looking for a healthy way to kickstart your summer? Be a part of the largest yoga event in Upstate NY by coming out to the NYS Yoga Festival June 9th at Letchworth State Park! The event, put on by Hikyoga, features yoga in an outdoor atmosphere. For those of you already aware of Hikyoga, I … Continue reading Breathe Deep at the NYS Yoga Festival

An Ode to My 20’s: The Craziest, Shittiest, Happiest Years of My Life So Far

I'd like to take some time away from my regularly scheduled content to be vulnerable for a second. Sometimes I just feel like that's necessary. So far, I would say that my twenties have been characterized by knowing exactly what I want, but at the same time, not having any idea what I want, at … Continue reading An Ode to My 20’s: The Craziest, Shittiest, Happiest Years of My Life So Far

Breaking Down Bars: A Review of 8 Protein Bars Marketed as “Healthy”

Protein bars. A convenient snack when you're on the road or a nice blood sugar spike when you're fading fast around 2 p.m. in the office. But as I get more informed about nutrition, the more wary of these bars I become. Many of them contain upwards of 100 fat calories, ingredient names I don't … Continue reading Breaking Down Bars: A Review of 8 Protein Bars Marketed as “Healthy”

How to Get Free Things & Act Cool

Just this past month I discovered a well-kept secret. Okay, so a good friend of mine discovered said secret and let me in on it. I can't take all the credit, but I am here now to blow the lid off this baby. You get a VoxBox, you get a VoxBox, everybody gets a VoxBox!! … Continue reading How to Get Free Things & Act Cool

12 Stops Along 12 South

If you're planning a trip to Nashville, you may immediately think Broadway & honky-tonks. But 12 South is the real place to be. As put oh-so-eloquently by Google, 12 South is a "leafy residential neighborhood known for it's bungalow-style homes, fine-dining restaurants, stylish designer boutiques and stores specializing in vintage guitars and quirky homewares." Yep, … Continue reading 12 Stops Along 12 South

Georgia’s Little Grand Canyon

Where do you go when you're just having a day? Good or bad, whether shit's hittin' the fan or you just got the best news of your life. For some people it's their favorite coffee shop, for others its the gym (which I must say is a close second), and for others yet it's blowing … Continue reading Georgia’s Little Grand Canyon

Healthy Habits 2018- Change Your Life With the Power of Movement

Exercise has changed my life. Blah blah blah, said every workout freak/personal trainer ever. But seriously, I mean it. And not just in the changes I've seen in my body or how I feel physically or in the mental clarity I receive after sweating out half my body weight. Exercise has brought me to some … Continue reading Healthy Habits 2018- Change Your Life With the Power of Movement

Top 5 Books to Read in the New Year

My last post had a lot to do about physical health, but I've learned especially in this past year that it's just as important, if not more, to dedicate time to mental health and overall well-being as well. One of my favorite hobbies has always been reading. If you're a friend of mine, you know … Continue reading Top 5 Books to Read in the New Year

10 Important Lessons 2017 Taught Me

Some people recap their year in photos. Others set resolutions. I like to take the time each year to reflect on all of the lessons I've learned, whether they be good or bad. 2017 was another... interesting... year to say the least. But despite the weirdness, I took away some great life lessons. Always a … Continue reading 10 Important Lessons 2017 Taught Me

My Top Workout Must-Haves

As I've developed a stronger workout routine over the past few years, I've found some great products that have transformed my hour and a half a day at the gym and made my workouts a lot more effective than ever before. Since the holidays are right around the corner, I figured I'd post some of … Continue reading My Top Workout Must-Haves