With every new year, I always like to do a light reflection on the previous year and consider what I’ve learned from it and how I can apply these lessons to continuously improve into the new year.
I’ve rounded up a few of these lessons in this blog post to share with you all, perhaps some can relate to these lessons or can take something from it and apply it into your new year as well. Continue reading “A Few Lessons I’ve Learned from 2019”
As a competitive athlete growing up, fitness has always been integrated into my life. Whether it was on the ice or on the tennis court, I was always doing some sort of physical activity for a few hours a day, which I miss…a lot. Since those years have passed and now I’m starting this “adulthood” life as a recent college graduate, I’ve had to learn how to be self-disciplined on my own with making time for my workouts and figuring out which types made me enjoy the fitness journey the most. I’ve shared a few of my personal tips on how I did it and which workouts I found best suitable for me. Continue reading “How to Find The Most Suitable Fitness Routine (and LOVE it)”
A little less than two weeks ago, I finally decided I was going to commit to going on my first solo trip ever to the city I’ve been dying to visit–Portland, Oregon. The truth about why I booked my plans so late in the game is because I simply kept waiting to feel “ready” to book, while I would talk for months how I was going to do it. And I’ll be honest, I am NOT the type of person that says one thing and does another. I like to stay true to my word or better yet, walk the talk. So truthfully, I felt like a fraud for saying I was going to travel to xyz in the Fall but never committed to it. Until two weeks before my trip. Continue reading “My First Solo Experience in Portland, OR”