Category: Sweatlife

19 Jan, 2021

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. […]

13 Jan, 2021

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 […]

07 Jan, 2021

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 […]

01 Jan, 2021

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 […]

30 Aug, 2020

daily meds and surya namaskar

I’m taking small steps to make small changes in my daily habits. Trying to be super intentional and live the things I say I value. I was always saying I like yoga and fitness, but I haven’t really been very consistent, so for the last month, I have been trying to be deliberately living my […]

06 May, 2019

Can people change? I missed finding out.

Hello, world. Seems fitting. Brand new blog, for brand new thoughts. I recently read somewhere that we can never change, and then my attention wavered and I wish I would have kept reading. I have always loved change. Believed in it, endeavoured for it. Being stagnant, not evolving, growing, moving forwards has never really occured […]

10 Mar, 2019

What is Minimalism?

Minimalism is starting to get a bad rep and be touted as a fad. It kinda, definitely has something “faddish” about the whole thing, but there is something very interesting and intriguing about the idea and purpose. I think the reason it has built up so much steam is because people have truly benefitted and […]

09 Mar, 2019

Is minimalism hard?

Is minimalism hard or easy? Is it cheap or expensive. Depends on who you talk to. Buddhists, zenists, stoic’s and people who just like life with less have been living the “minimalist life for a long time – centuries. So why now, that consumerism is at an all time high and debt is through the […]