Yall. I finally finished Morning Meltdown Phase 1 for the second time. I was part of the early training group during the summer. When I decided to part ways as a coach, they took away access to the program that I paid $160 for.
It is no secret that I have CPTSD and OCD. Of course, over the years, I’ve learned to adapt and to take care of myself appropriately. And that includes a lot of different things.
Lately, I’ve noticed a trend on social media wherein people are encouraged to ask their friends or family if they have emotional space or if they’re in the right frame of mind to do something or to listen to the problems of their friends. And I have an internal conflict about this.Continue reading
We hear and read a lot about work-life balance. And for women, because that’s all I can speak to directly since that’s my experience, it’s an especially difficult concept. We’re given this ideal of what is considered the perfect woman: must be a mom, must be married, must be a professional, must be at every practice for the kid(s), must help with homework, must have a great relationship with spouse, must keep the home, must give back to the community, must be a solid member of their local church…. And there’s only 24 hours in a day.Continue reading
So, I am in the first Super Trainer Test Group for Morning Meltdown 100. Although I did prep week (twice), I still feel like I got my ass handed to me today. It was only 28 minutes…of cardio. That’s just eight minutes longer than prep. And I’ve done Insanity Max, 21 Day Fix, 21 Day Fix Extreme, and 80 Day Obsession. I’m down 20 pounds since February of 2019…so it is safe to say I have some level of fitness.Continue reading
I received a letter from J yesterday. For those new to this site, J is our 18 year old son. He is away at Army boot camp. While he is said that, overall, he enjoys the experience, he expressed (a normal amount of) concern about certain things.Continue reading