Guest Blogger: Hillary Montijo

Women and worthiness is one of my hot button topics. I can get really “passionate” when it comes to any debate on this topic, ask any of my close friends. But I get passionate because it’s important to me and it’s important because I used to not be able to see my own worth. I … Continue reading Guest Blogger: Hillary Montijo

Guest Blogger, Jourdan Lewis: When Trying to do “Too Much” is Too Little

If you know me, you know I'm all about moderation and never depravation. I'm 5'2 and weigh a healthy 138lbs (proof the scale isn't everything). My workouts last around 30-45 minutes, I don't do much cardio, and I eat A LOT. (Pizza is also my favorite food.) I have people doing hours of cardio, personal … Continue reading Guest Blogger, Jourdan Lewis: When Trying to do “Too Much” is Too Little

10 lies you need to stop telling yourself.

I firmly believe there is power in words. Your words have the power to speak life or death into a situation and it is up to you to choose which they do. Always choose positivity and break the habit of putting yourself down. I hope at least one of these helps you. 1. It's not … Continue reading 10 lies you need to stop telling yourself.

Rest in Peace

Am I the only one who finds it odd that when we hear "rest in peace" we automatically think about death? Maybe it is because we are taught to think peaceful rest is something saved for the end of your life. Well, it shouldn't be. Peaceful rest isn't something to save for the afterlife. I’ve … Continue reading Rest in Peace

How to set goals, reach them, and continue making progress

"What you get by achieving your goals is not as important as what you become by achieving your goals." - Zig ZiglarLet's think about that for a minute... Why would this be true? It is true because in order to reach your goals, it requires dedication, determination, consistency, and hard work. If you have all … Continue reading How to set goals, reach them, and continue making progress

“You cannot change your destination overnight, but you can change your direction overnight.” – Jim Rohn

It's Monday. How many Mondays have you said you were going to start something new? You probably don't even remember because there have been so many: -"I won't eat sugar this week." (Yeah, that lasted all of two hours, right?) "I'm going to workout every day this week." (Walking on the treadmill while chatting counts, … Continue reading “You cannot change your destination overnight, but you can change your direction overnight.” – Jim Rohn