Let’s say you’ve got the basics covered – The BIG Rocks (I wrote a post on that here). What does this look like? consistent workouts, including strength training and cardio; a balanced, nutrient-dense diet including protein, veggies and a complex carb at every meal, 7-8 hours of sleep each night minimum; […]

Why Small Rocks Matter, Too – And How to Master ...

Today I thought I’d cover something important. Something that we all have, and many of us care about dearly: glutes. AKA, fancy trainer term for your butt. You may also hear it referred to as “your posterior.” Call it what you wish, but know that I’ll be calling them “glutes” […]

The First Step to Better Glutes (AKA, a better butt). ...

I was listening to a podcast by Tony Robbins last night (if that Saturday night says anything about me), and he delivered a message that struck a chord with me. It’s something we’ve all heard: things take time. “All of our success and failure overnight comes from little decisions, little […]

“But I want it now!” – Combatting That Sense of ...

Mmmm. I don’t know about you, but I’m a huuuge cookie dough fan. The sad thing is, the real version is high in sugar, highly processed and contains a whopping dose of saturated fat. Luckily, I have a healthier alternative that is protein-packed and just as satisfying. This one hits […]

Recipe: Guilt-Free Homemade Cookie Dough (in a mug!) | Day ...

I’m winding down from 2 months on the go – from a weekend in LA and Santa Monica for The Radiance Retreat to a month backpacking through South America to a month working at a wellness camp in CA, plus 2 days of complete solo travel from San Diego to […]

Top 10 Reasons to Travel Solo | Day 2

In today’s age, you have all of the motivational tools, vision boards, and workout / nutrition programs at your finger tips — all that you need to reach all of your goals — but are you achieving them? Better yet, have you committed? Confession: I haven’t. I just got back […]

Commitment – The Missing Link | Day 1

I cringe at that number. 17. That’s the number of days I’ve been traveling in South America, 15 of which I’ve taken off from running. That’s the longest amount of consecutive days I’ve taken off in years. YEARS!! Probably a good 5 years. Aye-aye-aye! Perhaps you’re thinking this is silly […]

Back to the Beginning – What I Learned From 17 ...

Wow. It’s five months into 2016 and something just hit me — I’ve developed more than I ever have in a year. The past twelve months have been full of more transitions, travel, new experiences, connections and adventures than ever before – a year of change entirely, all fueled by […]

A Year In Review – The question I asked that ...

What if that thing you’ve been avoiding is the very most thing you need to do most? Truth: It probably is. The very thing you avoid most is often the thing you need to do most (ever heard of procrastination?). Getting over to the gym and kicking your butt into […]

The Hidden Side of Resistance