Stupidly Simple Snacking: Satisfy Cravings without Sacrificing your HealthRead more: Stupidly Simple Snacking: Satisfy Cravings without Sacrificing your Health
I’m here to tell you some wonderful news: snacking is not a bad thing. In fact, it can actually be beneficial and give you extra fuel when you need it most. But it’s all about what you consistently choose to snack on. Lay’s Potato Chips, Chips Ahoy and frozen mozzarella sticks from the grocery store…
23 Lessons for Year 2023Read more: 23 Lessons for Year 2023
1) Your parents mean well, but they don’t know everything. Learn to be your own person. Evolve. 2) The cliche talking points of “college is good” and “college is bad” are horrible forms of advice. Different goals will require different paths. Have nuance. 3) Don’t argue about politics with strangers online. 4) Do have discourse…
The Blame Game of American PoliticsRead more: The Blame Game of American Politics
Many Americans know, without a doubt, the political party that they will die for. No matter how flawed or hypocritical, or how painfully obvious it is to see the money-grab talking points each politician makes. There are some amazing opinions and societal views that come from the conservative side, as well as the liberal side.…
Therapists & Pills vs. Mindset & Lifestyle.Read more: Therapists & Pills vs. Mindset & Lifestyle.
My form of therapy before: Multiple therapists, random diagnoses, prescribed medications, trips to my primary physician to figure out what’s “wrong” with me. I was absolutely miserable. Every professional kept telling me something was wrong with my brain chemistry, and I needed to take this pill or that pill to fix it. I did it…
The ROI of Home Cooked MealsRead more: The ROI of Home Cooked Meals
The many benefits of creating your own dishes at home, as opposed to buying take out.
5 “Screen-Free” Alternatives to Everyday ActivitiesRead more: 5 “Screen-Free” Alternatives to Everyday Activities
People are addicted to screens. It doesn’t matter what the activity is; almost anything we do nowadays is done with a screen of some sort. I’ve talked extensively in my article here on our heavy reliance on technology and the negative effects it can have. This is especially true when it comes to extensive screen…
Sobriety from alcohol is changing me – for the betterRead more: Sobriety from alcohol is changing me – for the better
I used to be a social drinker. Scratch that – I used to be an excessive drinker. I drank for any and every occasion I could rationalize. Closed a deal? Get a drink. It’s the weekend? Let’s grab a beer. I’m feeling a bit stressed? Nothing a beer can’t fix. It wasn’t just the frequency…
Strength Building: Rated E for Everyone.Read more: Strength Building: Rated E for Everyone.
Yes, that’s me above, before I ever started caring about my strength on the left and my current self on the right. Still nowhere near where I’d like to be, but it’s a start. Lifting and training my strength has been nothing but a positive journey, and it’s something every human on this planet has…