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 heard this quote at my local box, and it really moved me. "I'm not a CrossFitter, I just go to a CrossFit gym." Let me tell you why it moved me, and why I think it applies beyond the CrossFit gym. Here is some context, to help: I'm a very competitive person by nature, … Continue reading Lessons in Failure
Here is one feeling I've never been able to properly explain, but I will try to explain it today. Imagine you are filling out some government forms. Most of the time, on these forms, you are not permitted to check off more than one race box. When you fill this form out, what is typically … Continue reading The Checkbox
FYI: This critique is split into two sections: a spoiler-free review followed by a deep-dive plot analysis, which does contain some spoilers. A spoiler warning will precede any sections which have spoilers. Spoiler-Free Review Horror movies and I don't normally get along. I empathize deeply with characters, I am VERY easily startled, and I kind of believe in … Continue reading Get Out (Spoiler-Free + Deep Dive Plot Analysis)
Fact: Every time a Star Wars movie comes out, Ryan and I go to the movies at least three times. We did this for Star Wars: The Force Awakens and managed to do just that for Rogue One. It took me a while to get around to writing this, between travel, the holidays, and having little … Continue reading Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
Pink Dumbbell Syndrome. It all boils down to this single, oft-heard phrase:
"I like to exercise, but I don't like to lift heavy weights because I don't want to get too big/bulky/manly/hefty/muscular."
T-Mobile hooked us up, yet again, with free tickets to a movie (woo!) and while I'd been looking forward to this movie all year, I was a bit disappointed to see that critics weren't so enthused about it. Its Rotten Tomatoes score was a very rotten 26% (Though I'm really starting to lose faith in the … Continue reading Suicide Squad (100% Certified Spoiler-Free)
From the opening number, "Alexander Hamilton," the whole audience was captivated. As soon as Javier Muñoz uttered his first line, the crowd was uncontainable.