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)”
HELLO! Wow, it’s been quite awhile since I’ve last shared a post on this blog…and I can’t deny, I’ve been missing it! Since my last post in February, there has been a lot of random life events, projects, traveling, and more, so I want to make this post personal and share all the new opportunities that I’ve had in these past two months. Continue reading “A Life Update (YouTube, Podcast, more)”
Recently I was featured on a beautiful female community website (www.astoldbywomen.com) with this article and the quote they used from me as the main reference had many people commenting on the topic or asking me about it. I love the concept and understanding of why it’s important to control our emotions because I’ve personally invested a lot of research into understanding how emotions dictate our energy and mind. Continue reading “Controlling Our Emotions and Reactions”
We’ve all heard about how toxic social media can be. Some of us may get into the habit of comparing ourselves to others, believing people’s lives are the way they display it on Instagram, and honestly, we end up hating and judging people for tweeting about their political views and mindless opinions. So why do we keep up with it? Continue reading “The Toxicity of Social Media”