I have done many a rebrand over the years, with each rebrand reflecting a new passion, a new perspective, or a new stage of life. To put it bluntly, I'm fickle as hell. That said, there is a singular strand of truth that runs through everything I care about, which is why I've decided to rebrand this blog. To better explain this change, let's take a trip down memory lane and reflect on some of my previous blog names over the last 15 years...
As the official Fleabag Season 1, Episode 1 synopsis reads, the show starts "with a bang" (heh!) and we get to know way too much information about... well, that's the thing, we don't exactly learn her name... ever.
I recently saw an ad campaign by a certain furniture/home décor company. In the ad, a family is around what is presumably a Thanksgiving dinner table, and a lady in her 20s-30s gave a smug and pretentious grin at her "mother-in-law" who was apparently impressed with her dinnerware. The punchline went something along the lines … Continue reading To Hell With Your Matching Mugs
Some pro's and con's of positive and negative mindsets (and my proposed alternative to both)
Prompts and inspiration for logging your training and tracking your wellbeing
Weightlifting vs. Powerlifting vs. Bodybuilding (and where CrossFit/HIIT falls in all of this)
Part 2 of a two-part series on seizing your morning and your day, despite yourself
Part 1 of a two-part series on seizing your morning and your day, despite yourself
It's fitting that my first *real* post on here has to do with setting goals. We're well into March, and most of the New-Years-Resolutioners have stopped coming to the gym. Some of y'all are still hanging in there. (I'm f*cking proud of you, keep it up!) My sneaking suspicion is this: those of you still … Continue reading Goals: Why they will make or break your wellness journey
I am not a particularly spiritual person. In fact, religion has been a fairly complicated topic for me for most of my life. I was raised Roman Catholic - went to a Catholic school from kindergarten through eighth grade. Many of my peers went on to attend Catholic or Jesuit high schools and colleges, and … Continue reading A Life of Purpose & Faith