How To Balance A Full Time Job + Your Fitness Goals

It can feel like a real struggle to ‘do it all.’ But if you schedule yourself properly (and possibly cut something out that’s unnecessary to make room for your fitness goals) then you should be fine. It’s a matter of properly preparing, then using that information to strategize. Much like would be recommended in ‘The…

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The Infamous Red Queen: Off With Your Head!

This is another character which is often associated with Borderline Personality Disorder. Ahh, yes, my unstable people. Though, I myself, don’t relate much to the red queen I can see why people would associate this disorder with that character. The radical mood shifts based on her interactions with other people are comical yet terrifying. Should…

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Why Being A Minimalist Is Good For The Soul

I have always been a minimalist at heart. Owning a multitude of material items makes me incredibly uncomfortable. Junk drawers are like a sin in my apartment… they don’t exist. Why should they? Junk is just useless stuff that stresses me out, sitting there, doing nothing and being of zero value. Even sentimental pieces I…

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Grinning Like A Cheshire Cat

I LOVE the Cheshire Cat. He is one of my favorite characters because of his evil playful spirit and odd wisdom base. Often appearing when both inconvenient and convenient he poses both help and problems. One of the most notable quotes from this clever cat is “I’m not crazy, my reality is just different from…

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The Art of War: For Fitness Lovers + Addicts

The Art of War has been revived and applied in the business world thousands of times over. Why? Because it’s f*cking good advice. And, I’m a believer that this can be applied to almost any area of life when utilized properly. Strategy isa big part of life and being successful. So, you might as well…

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