Sometimes life just gets the better of us. It feels like the weight of the world is on our shoulders and we can't get out from underneath. Well, I am here to tell you that, yes, sometimes life is hard and nothing seems to go right. But, lucky for us, there is so much more to life than never ending bills, a frustrating job, struggling relationships/friendships, or whatever you may be facing at the moment. And there's more good news! If there is one thing I've learned in my 23 years, it's that everything changes and nothing stays the same. So, if you're on the struggle bus right now, as many of us are in one way or another, this is your reminder that there is a light at the end of the tunnel!
Alright guys, I know it's been awhile. But, I am back!
Lately, I've felt the strong desire to start writing/blogging again. It may not be as frequent as I'd like (work, workouts, traveling, and life are to blame), but I am determined to make it a somewhat regular thing. Along with blogging, I will be posting more healthy recipes and workouts. And on that note ... I am now taking on new clients for macro plans and training programs! In the meantime, take a peek at some of my current recipes and workouts!
While on break from work and school, I have been able to spend quality time with family and friends. It has been such a great week and I am so thankful for the extra time I’ve had to make memories and grow relationships. I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas, full of friends, family, and most importantly, Jesus!
With the New Year sneaking up on us (as it does every year), I figured there’s no better time to set a new goal for myself. I’ve decided my goal/New Years resolution is to write a weekly blog post. After attending church on Sunday mornings, I will set aside some time to write about that morning’s sermon. My hope is to use these posts as a way to think about and reflect on the topic discussed during the service. While I know some topics will be easier for me to relate to and share about than others, I willingly except the challenge. Honestly, I’m looking forward to it! I think overcoming challenges plays an important role in shaping who we are. Over the past several weeks, I’ve been nudging myself to step out of my comfort zone, which is something I am definitely not good at. Sharing my thoughts and feelings about my faith and journey with Christ is a big step for me. With that being said, I encourage anyone reading this post to take a leap and do something out of your comfort zone. And yes, I’m talking to those of you who, like myself, are hesitant to take that first step.