It’s that time: the moment before bikini season. Have you started working to get your bikini body? Has the thought of what it takes to have your best body crossed your mind, in terms of swimsuit season? Here’s the thing: there is no magic pill for achieving fitness. There is no fad diet or hyped up eating trend of the moment that's going to get you there.
Here is what it REALLY looks like to get ripped. It’s just you, the weights, and willpower. That’s right, Warrior! If you want to achieve your fitness goals you’ve got to hunker down and do the work. W-O-R-K. In this moment I’m right there with you. I’ve got on my ankle weights, protective hand gear, gym shoes, workout clothes. But most o
When you begin to make your own skincare products, a whole world opens up for you. As someone with hyper sensitive skin, it can be extremely difficult to find beauty products that target my specific skin concerns. While some products may take the sensitive nature of my skin into consideration, they may also leave out vital ingredients that can nourish.
The solution to this problem is making my own skincare products. When combined with other brands the desired outcome can be achieved. Or, natural skincare can be used on its own. For instance, you may make your own skin oil. But that doesn’t mean you can’t use another brands’ skin oil in conjunction with your own. Utilizing your resources as
“The best way to not feel hopeless is to get up and do something. Don’t wait for good things to happen to you. If you go out and make some good things happen, you will fill the world with hope, you will fill yourself with hope.” -Barack Obama
What does this profound quote by Barack Obama say to you? How does it make you feel? For me, this quote pushes me to strive to make a difference in this world. That’s why philanthropy is so important: it instills hope! Giving back can shift from complaining to actually feeling like you are making a way for good things to happen, and to just be. Giving creates an essence of fulfillment, not only for those being given to, but for the giver.
Here we a