a heart healthy day.

the American Heart Association has some great tips on living a heart healthy lifestyle that include consuming a variety of fruits and veggies and whole grains. so in honor of american heart month, we thought we’d share a day-in-the-life of eating some of the top heart healthy foods (which most work for #MeatlessMonday)  to help those of you trying to find … More a heart healthy day.

stop. yoga time.

as some of you might remember from my previous yoga post, I shared my on-again off-again relationship with yoga and was hoping to stick to it this time around.  well, I’m happy to report that I have been sticking to a consistent yoga routine and I…feel…great.  the more I did it, the more I wanted … More stop. yoga time.

seasons of run.

’tis the season for cooler weather and that means, my running attire shifts from shorts (some people run in shorts all year long…sorry, not this island girl) to layers of tops, long pants, and gloves.  I just found out about Rulu by lululemon, a fabric geared for cool weather workouts, that is sweat wicking, comfortable, and … More seasons of run.

ready to run.

I run 10-15 miles per week to stay healthy and stay in shape, and it’s not always easy, but its always worth it. I ran the Atlanta Peachtree Road Race for the first time this year, it was a rainy day – but nonetheless it was still grrrrrreat (said like Tony the Tiger). I can’t … More ready to run.