Dear readers, I haven’t been completely honest with you. You see, I talk a lot about practicing self care and living happy, but truthfully, I haven’t quite been taking my own advice. They say crying is healthy. It releases stress & gives the body a natural relief of sorrow & frustration. It also lowers your … Continue reading Hypocrite*
July 15, 2018 would have been my grandma's 96th birthday. She passed away early last November, leaving me with the most unimaginable grief. I decided to dedicate this blog to her, to grief, and to the importance of self-care in the grieving process. 256 days ago, around 3AM on November 3, 2017, I kissed my … Continue reading Carry On
You’ve got to sing like you don’t need the money Love like you’ll never get hurt You’ve got to dance like nobody’s watchin’ It’s gotta come from the heart if you want it to work. About a month ago, we went to Nuevo Progreso, MX on a Sunday Funday for the usual rendezvous: pedicures, lonches, … Continue reading Like Nobody’s Watching
“F-E-A-R has two meanings: ‘Forget Everything and Run,’ or, ‘Face Everything and Rise.’ The choice is yours.” -Zig Ziglar Hey everyone. Sorry that it’s been awhile. I’ve been working on some new material while simultaneously working through some personal issues. It’s been a rough few weeks of trying to find myself and try to hold … Continue reading F. E. A. R.
I get asked often, "Jen, how do you stay motivated at the gym to have a successful workout?" The short answer is that success of my workout is highly dependent on the music blaring through my headphones. Now, that's not to say that gyms don't play good music to keep the blood flowing. Headphones are … Continue reading Feel The Beat