Why Write an Open Letter

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Forgiveness isn’t easy to give, just like forgetting never happens when you experience something traumatic. Furthermore, saying goodbye is never easy, especially when there are hurtful feelings that still needs to be mended.

So, how do you get past it all, considering you don’t have the opportunity to talk to that person, or perhaps event? The best thing you can do is write an open letter. Keep it, hold on to it or burn it. (Symbolically letting go.) Continue reading “Why Write an Open Letter”

Harness your Mental Health

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There are moments in our lives that we either cherish or we wish we could forget. One of the biggest struggles some of us face is forgetting. Why is it that somethings can be forgotten while others remain relevant? Even if that memory happened long ago. Could it be that when the memory was made we didn’t have the tools to process it? Or could it be just something that just happens depending on the person? Continue reading “Harness your Mental Health”

Why I Workout for Me

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One of the greatest things I’ve ever read about working out and your body was in a cookbook called “The Kind Diet”, by Alicia Silverstone. In it, and I’m paraphrasing, it says that you should be kind to your body. There is no need for a vigorous workout.

While I somewhat agree with that, I believe it really depends on the “look” you are going for. Obviously, if you have slow metabolism yoga isn’t going to give you a body like Gisele Bündchen. I am a firm believe that workouts are like boyfriends, you have to find the one that fits you. Continue reading “Why I Workout for Me”