Meal Prepping

There is something so aesthetically pleasing about seeing all of your lunches neatly organized for the week, filled with multicolored veggies, the perfect portion of protein, and perhaps a little sweet treat as well. In reality, meal prepping can be a lot of work, but I will say that it is completely worth the effort. Continue reading “Meal Prepping”

January Changes

New Year Resolutions. We’ve all made them, we’ve all said we will stick to them. But it can be challenging for sure. For me, I have always had a hard time remaining loyal to the goals that I have set out for myself at the beginning of each new year. It’s difficult! However, as I mentioned over on my Instagram, this year I am setting my goals with a new attitude. Continue reading “January Changes”

My Struggle with Productivity

I am a textbook procrastinator. Even when I was in elementary school, you could bet your bottom dollar I was up way past my bedtime finishing a book report due tomorrow. Needless to say, my parents were not pleased that I was staying up late and cramming in my schoolwork at the last possible moment.

But, somehow, I made it work for me. I got good grades, went to a great college, and even though my proclivity towards procrastination did cause me some unwarranted and unnecessary stress, I never strayed from my routine (or lack thereof).

I was one of the people that would say “I work best under pressure,” or “I don’t have any motivation when I have so much time to get something done.” Motivation is certainly a keyword here. Though I would certainly classify myself as someone with goals, passion, and drive, I have always had trouble with the little steps in between the big accomplishments–in the way that I put things off until they can no longer be avoided. Continue reading “My Struggle with Productivity”