As a kid, summer vacation seemed to last forever. I got to visit family, go to amusement parks, and hang out with friends. It felt like I had enough time to do all of those things twice over and still have time to get my mind right for school being back in session. Fast forward to today, I notice everyday that we lose a minute of sunlight and the drastic temperature drop during the night and day. Summer, why you no last longer!?
Raspberries are no longer on sale, we’ve lost about 45 minutes of daylight and the temperature lows are in the 60s. Summer, is that you slipping away?
After making a trip home for over a month, I’ve not only fell into lesser than healthy habits, I’ve lost muscle and pretty sure put on some body fat. Now that I’m back, I’m ready to continue my fitness journey.
I’ve been natural for about four years now. While I am no professional and am still learning about my hair, there are some things that I’ve noticed.
I could blame it on the fact that I’ve been working out more or the fact that as I grow as a person and a woman. Either way, I’m winning.
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This weekend, while Boo was out and I was home alone, I flipped through the channels (which I rarely do) to find something to watch. ‘Sex and the City’ the movie was on and I looked no further.
By nature, I’m not a very go-out-and-be-adventurous person but I wish I was. In my head, I’m tons of fun but that doesn’t really translate into real life. With that said, I’ve been trying to make the two mesh because YOLO, right?
If you’ve been following for a while—or even a little bit—you’ll know that I’ve been working out since January. I’ve stuck to it since and have gotten a pretty good hang of it, I’d say. So much so that over the past few months, I’ve come up with a list of the things that are essential to me and my workouts and may help those of you who are exploring working out or need a refresher course.
Not to toot my own horn but I never felt like I was “raised” the same as my peers. I don’t mean I didn’t have a childhood because I did. A pretty good one at that. But when it came to my pre-teen and teen years, there wasn’t much babying going on.