It’s one of our earliest connections and conversations as women. One that carries on until our very last breath. The pointing, poking and pulling at portions of our bodies that we don’t like. Summer camps. Sports camps. Sleepovers. At lunch. At recess. On the bus. In cars. In dorm rooms. At parties. Over holidays. At […]
Not Your Average Gal: Hannah from Eat Sleep Breathe Travel
Not Your Average Gals are kickass, blazing-their-own-path, independent-minded, free-thinking, kind-hearted and all around wonderful humans beings. We learn a lot about ourselves and the people we choose to look to for inspiration or friendship. I’m excited to introduce you to some of them. Ladies and gents, it is my distinct pleasure to introduce you to […]
#NYAGmile – How did you do?
I have an appointment with an orthopedic surgeon this week, that’s how well I did. Ha! As you may have seen on the Not Your Average Gal Facebook page (<—– psst. You should Like that page, I have entertaining updates), I sprained my ankle with only 2 FRIGGING DAYS LEFT in the #NYAGmile challenge. It hasn’t […]
For Once, I’m Not Beating Myself Up (And How You Can Join Me).
When we came back from our trip to Korea and Japan, I hopped on the scale. Sure, I could have done that in hotels, but what kind of sacrilegious, glutton for punishment person does that while on vacation?! I wasn’t too shocked I had gained a couple pounds. My pants were a bit snug, but nothing that […]
This Is Me. In A Bikini. Therefore, It’s A Bikini Body.
Yup. There I am. In all my bikini glory. We were on our first trip to Mexico and I was feeling good (after a couple cucumber mojitos) and I asked the hubster to take a picture of me because I was having such a fun time. I looked at it afterwards and thought I looked pretty darn […]
I Don’t Look Like a Runner
My butt jiggles. (Although I’m not entirely sure exactly how much because it’s quite tough to verify while I’m running.) I have strong thighs that touch. My boobs need to be locked and loaded into my favorite sports bra. I get really red in the face to the point that I’ve received concerned looks from bystanders. I […]