Oh what a wonderful conversation I had with Rich Bracken of the EnRich Your Soul podcast. I still find it strange – this whole interview thing. I’m used to hiding behind my written word where I can tweak and edit to my heart’s content. Interviews, well, they’re scary. They’re real.Read More
Hi friends! You may have read my interview with Laura Mckenna on PCOS, Infertility, and Womanhood. It’s amazing what opportunities God puts in your life, because after that interview I was asked to speak at the PCOS Summit (more on PCOS here) on eating disorders, balancing health and wellness, andRead More
Have you been to your high school reunion yet? Or your college reunion? Heck, you don’t even need a reunion to see that some people have “let themselves go,” as they say. Maybe someone you know from days passed has gained weight, stopped taking care of himself or herself, orRead More
Ever felt less-than because of what and who you see in the media? Take a seat and join in on my interview with Louise Green, as she shares her story of overcoming fears and how she became an athlete. She talks about body image, how we can change today’s culture, and what it means to be an athlete… no matter what size you are.
Well, the good news is I’m still alive and well and able to write this post. Kidding. On Saturday, April 8th, I ran my 4th half marathon. It’d been almost a year since my last half marathon and in that span of time I pulled my hamstring and had toRead More
Here are 5 ways I ease my anxiety naturally and healthfully.
After quitting her job to take care of her kids, Krista went through a period of lost identity. Read how running helped her get back on her feet in this new segment of RMT – Your Story.
I think it’s normal for us, as humans living in a world where we’re bombarded with perfect images of others, to find fault with who we are and what we look like. I’ve struggled with body image issues since, well, probably since I was 5. And I still do today.Read More
Full transparency. This post is terribly difficult for me to write at the moment. Being a (self-proclaimed) mental health/positivity advocate is not always an easy job, because even though I can paint a beautiful picture of my life on social media and for those passing by, it’s not necessarily alwaysRead More
The good, the bad, and the ugly of social media, with a little running to kick off a great week.