Little Victories

"I learn to get by on little victories." - Matt NathansonI think one of the biggest downfalls to any fitness plan is the idea that big changes and quick results are all that matters. I like to think of my fitness plan as a journey with lots of hills and valleys, some weeks I'm good and some weeks I'm bad. The past two weeks were bad for me. I started off trying to make changes, but life got in the way, and I wasn't able to work out like I wanted or keep track of all my eating, but here are some little victories I can celebrate:...more

Beautiful at Any Size Project

I started the Beautiful at Any Size project several years ago. My plan was to use it as a motivational tool for me and anyone else who might be reading to be healthy. I didn't want to focus soley on losing weight because the goal should be wellness....more

Is there some sort of sports things going on?

The only time I know that a sporting event is going on is when I check my facebook. My feed will be flooded with all sorts of hashtags for things that I have to google like the Final Four. Final Four what? Oh, basketball something. Okay. Cool. I'm just not into sports at all--unless the Scripps National Spelling Bee counts. Hey, those kids train hard--all that heavy reading and practicing has to count for something. You try to spell "guetapens" in front of a live audience. ...more

The Name Game

Originally post in Notes from In BetweenI've been thinking a lot about the name of this blog. I can't decide if it still fits with where I am in life now. The title refers to my musings on the "In Between" times of my life, and I began it while I was single and searching for someone, while I was a beginner in my career, and while I was still in grad school. ...more

The Name Game

I've been thinking a lot about the name of this blog. I can't decide if it still fits with where I am in life now. The title refers to my musings on the "In Between" times of my life, and I began it while I was single and searching for someone, while I was a beginner in my career, and while I was still in grad school. ...more