Lady Gaga: Unconsciously Communicating Lies

Lady Gaga got it right in her speech at Yale when she emphasized the realization that we unconsciously lie to ourselves and to others. As my last post titled Dictate Your Own Happiness stated, sometimes we give too much of our power to other people instead of making our own happiness. Continue reading “Lady Gaga: Unconsciously Communicating Lies”

Dictate Your Own Happiness

In my own journey of health and wellness, I noticed that the thoughts and behaviors of others were dictating my happiness. We often allow others to have too much power in our life decisions. You only live one life, and you alone have the power to dictate your own happiness without considering the opinions of others. Continue reading “Dictate Your Own Happiness”

Healthy Eating: One Week Lunch Break Challenge

Whatever job you have, healthy eating during your lunch break can be rather difficult. For one week, I designed my own Curvy Girl Challenge and decided that I would only eat salads for lunch during my lunch break. I am ecstatic with the results. Continue reading “Healthy Eating: One Week Lunch Break Challenge”

Group Class Etiquette: Curvy Girls Maintaining Civility at the Gym

Group class etiquette has fallen by the wayside. Since my health and fitness journey began, in many group exercise classes, I’ve noticed there are those who feel as if they either own the establishment, and those who make others totally uncomfortable with their rude tendencies. Continue reading “Group Class Etiquette: Curvy Girls Maintaining Civility at the Gym”

Anxiety and Building Confidence

Anxiety and building confidence. When people think of anxiety, they think of fear. Some people make the mistake of thinking fear is associated with weakness; which couldn’t be further from the truth. Continue reading “Anxiety and Building Confidence”