Scared to try botox?

Statue with iPhone

I was, and then I tried it. Technically thought, I tried Dysport (similar product, different brand). What’s nuts is that I was more afraid of what people would think of me then I was what could go wrong. I have considered myself to be someone who didn’t care what people though, but alas I have […]

Swipe Up

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1 Litre of Water a Day

I have talked about water before; it’s good for you (critically), tastes like nothing and doesn’t have the bite and sweet, crisp, carbonated drink does. But it’s super important to your brain to keep cool (literally), and I know I do not get close to 1 litre of specifically water unless I think about it. […]

Progressive Overload, I got SWOLE.

Are you just getting back into fitness or want to know more? There are so many great resources, but they can be hard to find. They are often buried beneath all the sparkly, glamorous clickbait followed by hard to understand language and science. First, anything that makes you work harder is progressive overload. Whether you […]

Hashtag Networks

Do you want to build a following but struggle with a “niche?” Like, how exactly do I fit: fitness, food, adventure, travel, self-development, money, depression, happiness, design, interiors, home, business, etc., into a single brand?? I am not one thing. I have a couple solutions: Have a website home base that is YOU. Purely, every-little-bit-you. […]

Fitness History & LivelyBod

Hard to believe, but it’s been half a year since I launched and Livelybod is my prototype of an online fitness business, built like an app through WordPress and Elementor. I am a classic example of biting off more than you can chew. I am a fitness junkie. I like the gear; I […]

How do you like your food?

I’m quite curious. I like to see how other people live. I find that people have amazing little hacks that they don’t realize everyone has. Since you asked, I would call myself lazy when it comes to food. I don’t think I could use ignorant as an excuse as that went the way of the […]

7th Anniversary

Yesterday was R, and I’s 7th Anniversary (legally – we actually had two weddings). And we didn’t forget it this year! To celebrate, we made supper, had a hoot, I bubble bathed while R sat on the toilet, and we just talked about our mental healths and future. If it doesn’t sound romantic, it was. […]

Less Time on Chores, More Fun

Since the house finished and now staged for selling, it’s amazing how relaxed I feel and how much time I have now, it’s always clean. Here are somethings that I did extra as a part of the packing and staging process. Even though we haven’t sold yet, anything that isn’t required for staging I have […]

Gymnastic Bodies Program Progress

At the end of December, I started a new fitness program, which I found because of the book “Tribe of Mentors” by Tim Ferris. I liked the focus, purpose and methodical progress of the programming. There have been some negative reviews that, so far, I haven’t had issues with. Ultimately, it seems like a ruthlessly […]