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Comparison: The Uninvited Wedding Guest

Comparison: The Uninvited Wedding Guest

Find yourself putting more weight into the small things than you maybe should be? Or feeling like you’re just somehow not enough? Comparison can be a sneaky b*tch, and that’s why we’re talking about overcoming the OG thief of joy, at your wedding and into marriage.

10 Ways To Spruce Up Your Beauty Routine

Everyone loves to get pampered. Getting a little extra TLC is exactly what we need to feel 110% ready for the big day. And heck - even if you aren’t the bride, we all need a little extra time to pamper and primp.

My friends - I’m sharing TEN of my favorite ways to get bridal ready for your wedding day that will spruce up your mind, soul and body for your big day!

Confidence v. Apperances

When I was 10 a girl in my class told me that I should eat more salads so I could lose weight and look like her. I remember as a kid in swim team the boys laughing when I would walk past in my swimsuit because my thighs jiggled. In high school, girls would complain about having to buy a size 10 prom dress because that was a “fat size”, when in reality I was working out, dieting and praying I would be able to buy a dress that would be below a size 12.

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It 6:55 in the morning, I was running late and it was my first class. Trying to find the location where the trainer and other attendees were meeting was making my heart pound. I was going to be the newbie and heck - I was going to be the most unconditioned, least athletic, very late newbie the class had ever seen. As I saw the red flag marking the meet-up spot in the distance I thought to myself, “I could just skip and go to Starbucks instead.”

The Importance of Rest

The Importance of Rest

Let me just start by saying that I am the worst at resting. No matter what I do, or how much I get done I am always thinking about the next thing that needs to be ticked off of my to-do list. My brain believes this crazy idea that if I don’t go to bed exhausted, then I didn’t do enough to allow me to rest fully.