Happy Tuesday! I am so excited to be bringing you a fitness Q&A today because I love talking fitness and people actually submitted questions this time around. The questions are amazing, and they’ve definitely inspired some future posts coming your way in the next few months.
Keep in mind that I’m no expert. I’m just a girl who loves health and fitness and these are my opinions. I hope you find this helpful, and if you have any questions that aren’t answered here, don’t hesitate to reach out to me! I get back to everyone, and I’d love to chat with you.
KEEP READING “Answering Your Fitness Questions”
Happy Friday, y’all! I’m really excited about today’s post because I’m about to get super real with you. I keep things pretty open here on the blog and on my social medias as well, but most of the time what you see are the happy moments, the “yearbook” moments, and the moments where I’m at my best. It’s just sadly the way social media works.
It’s easy to take a look at my Instagram and think I have my life together, every single one of my workouts is high-quality, and my diet is always on point.
Fun fact: sometimes it’s not.
KEEP READING “New Split, New Goals”
I’ve never been a huge shopper. I’ve never been one to constantly want to buy new clothes. I’m the person who still wears clothes from the 8th grade because they still fit and plain t-shirts never go out of style… or at least that’s what I tell myself. But y’all I think I’ve finally found my weakness when it comes to clothes and that is athletic wear.
Somehow I find myself at Marshall’s on almost a weekly basis searching for new workout gear. Do I need more leggings? No. Do I need more sports bras? No. Do I need more shirts? No. But somehow I still end up walking out with something almost every time.
KEEP READING “Fitness Finds: Summer 2017”
Annnnnd this marks the beginning of back-to-school posts! But Abigail, we literally just celebrated the 4th of July and I still have a solid month and a half before I even start school… Y’all I know, but hear me out because at the end of this post, I have a really exciting surprise for all my amazing readers! Trust me, you’re not going to want to miss this. (Or you can just scroll to the bottom and check out the surprise).
I hope y’all had an amazing 4th of July with friends, family, delicious food, and beautiful fireworks. Today I’m partnering up with Rifle Paper Co. (I know I’m still in shock this is happening) to bring you a post all about my go-to planner for college. Not only is it stunning, but it’s practical, affordable, and effective. I used a Rifle Paper Co. planner for the entirety of my sophomore year (you’ve definitely seen it in a lot of my Insta posts), and I am honestly just as excited to break open this bad boy on my first day of class in August.
KEEP READING “The Rifle Paper Co. Planner”
As I was scrolling through my Instagram on day, I came across an ad for this subscription fitness box called Ellie and it immediately caught my eye. I clicked on the profile, and I was sold. A monthly fitness subscription box that sends you a full workout outfit (we’re talking a sports bra, a shirt, AND leggings) and two accessories all for $50 a month? Sign me up! Seeing as I spend way too much money on fitness gear as it is, I thought I’d try it out.
I reached out to Ellie, and they were generous enough to send me their June box to try and review and share with all of you my genuine opinion. So, before you continue, please know that Ellie did send me this box for review.
KEEP READING “Ellie Activewear: A Review”
There’s definitely a point every semester in college where I’ve given up on waking up early enough to make myself a healthy breakfast and instead opt for a sugar-filled granola bar to get me through the morning. Or even worse, when I still had a meal plan, I’d head over to Einstein’s and grab a blueberry bagel with strawberry cream cheese. Considering the fact I did that on almost a daily basis, I now see why I gained 10+ pounds my freshman year.
KEEP READING “Overnight Oats: The Lazy College Student’s Solution to Healthy Breakfasts”