and happy June! Are you ready to summer? I’m ready to summer. I’m currently in CT for a wedding, but hope you are cozied up for this week’s ALSS recap. LESSGOO!
Stress manifests in people in many different ways. The similarity we all share is the power to negate it.
Music of the Moment:
This song is so long (and dope!) it needed two parts. Tash is my new found love, and if you like catchy jammy beats…AND beatboxing, this one’s for you.
My brother was working the Boston Calling musical festival, so I can an all-star pass for free booze, food, and tunes. Three days strong of gin sangria!
Major Lazer put on a good show, despite the fact that they made us jump! jump! jump! More than I think they actually sang anything.
Motivating myself to go for a run is a constant battle. Have a great run like I did yesterday, rain, wind, and all makes it a little easier to convince myself.
Banana Bread Breakfast Buckwheat – Fooduzzi
Is it weird I want to name a dog buckwheat? I’ve been meaning to give buckwheat a try for a looong time, but this right here may be the golden ticket.
Teriyaki Salmon with Asian Noodle Salad – Joyful Healthy Eats
Who else wishes they were having this for dinner tonight?! Teriyaki is one of my fav flavors to add to salmon, and I just want to eat every color making up this dish.
Grapefruit Vodka Press – Lemon Tree Dwelling
If there’s one way Cathy knows the way to my heart, it’s with her cocktails. This sounds like poolside sinful nutrition cocktail 101, and I’m pretty excited about it.
Your Periods are Important – Rachael Hartley Nutrition
After sharing my own story, I’ve learned I am far from alone with this. After being told by my doctor that “maybe this is just how your body is..” I couldn’t have internally eye-rolled any harder without them falling out of my metaphorical head. This is one aspect of health us ladies should not ignore.
Is Your Healthy Lifestyle Actually a Restrictive Diet? – Nourish Nutrition
Honestly, lifestyle is the new diet. Restrictive eating isn’t a lifestyle. Cutting out foods for no medical/allergy/intolerance reason is not a lifestyle. The game’s up. Learn how to tell the signs that you may be falling into this trap.
Writing for SEO: Writing for Search Engines AND Humans – Bussinessese
Yes, it IS possible! It’s kinda like taking a jargon medical explanation, and making it understandable for anyone not in the medical field. Putting both together makes the (internet) world a happy place.
How Do You Blog Consistently When You Have Very Little Time? – ProBlogger
I’m looking at you self. Life..like IRL life gets in the way of blogging sometimes. Is that okay? Yes, yes it is. But there are ways you can avoid building cobwebs in your blog space, and make jumping back in much less dramatic.
How to Connect to Your Writing Tribe – The SITS Girls
Blogging is one of the most supportive communities, and allows you to connect with people you may have otherwise never met. Finding your people is all about doing the right steps.
From the Blog:
This time 10 months ago I …
attending a yoga festival, and learned so much more than how much I still struggle with side planks.
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