Lets Move in May


Hi everyone! These past few months I have been trying to move more by hiking, going to the gym, getting back into yoga and overall, trying to add more active minutes in my daily life. I love sharing my journey with you and showing you all the things that I come across. Whether it is pictures and hiking trails to new yoga equipment and videos. It gives you new knowledge and thoughts but, also keeps me on my toes and you engaged.


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I have a gym membership to Orange theory that I use as much as I can but, I also like to workout on my own time as well. Sometimes I just don’t feel like leaving the house or I got off work too late and had to cancel my workout time slot at Orange theory. When I decide to work out at home, I normally browse around YouTube for some videos to watch. I always go back to Yoga with Adrienne because I have been following her for years and love her videos. They are easy to follow, have a great variety for all levels and she explains things simply. This month I wanted to revisit and really stick to doing Yoga. I know I sound like a broken record sometime, but this helps with my accountability. While looking for a yoga video to do, I came across a new set of videos she made: MOVE – A 30 Day Yoga Journey.

I am currently on day 5 and I can feel myself getting back into the flow of things. The weather is getting to be a little warmer, so I am able to go outside and do it in my backyard. Doing yoga outside rather than inside feels so much better to me personally. I think it is because it feels like my own little space, nobody bothers me out there and if the weather is nice, it’s peaceful.



Lets get a MOVE on and start finding our journey within. I look forward to finding my little bits of peace doing yoga outside and under the sunshine.

“Yoga begins with listening. When we listen, we are giving space to what is.” — Richard Freeman

July 24th 2020

After a busy morning of bringing my cat Solo to the vet, I decided to workout. I started off with my HIIT workout, then walked my pup Rex, did weights with my mom and then finished with Yoga.

I was debating whether or not I wanted to workout because I was feeling less than motivated. To be honest, whenever I feel like this, I try to find any excuse not to work out. Today, I pushed through that. I pushed through the stress and the feeling of not wanting to do anything.I’m glad I did. Doing the workouts, then winding down with the walk and Yoga, I had more energy and felt happier. My mind feels clear and I feel more productive.

If you start to feel that kind of negative energy, do something to occupy your mind. Try working out, reading a book or basking in the some. Do something to fill your body with more positive energy.

What are some of the things you do to clear your mind and bring positive energy into your day?


I have done thirteen days out of fourteen. It’s low impact, quick and effective.

For me, this is a nice Yoga practice after a workout or simply just because. Stretch those muscles and relax.


“The body achieves what the mind believes.”

– Anonymous

May 12th 2020

Inquire, within yourself and within the practice.

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”Inner peace begins the moment you choose not to allow another person or event to control your emotions.”

 ― Kathryn Budig

May 11th 2020

Sometimes you just need a day to heal and relax.

“Yoga is a light, which once lit will never dim. The better your practice, the brighter your flame.”

— B.K.S. Iyengar

April 8th 2020

Day – 6 Ignite

If you want to feel the burn, this video is it. It’s intense and fulfilling. Get yourself a nice short workout in at home.

April 4th 2020

Yoga – Day 4

“Follow your heart, listen to your inner voice, stop caring about what others think.”

― Roy T. Bennett

Yoga – Day 3

Today I did Day 3 with “Yoga with Adriene.” This practice was focused on awakening your body and your soul. I enjoyed it today, my body needed that wake up. With school, stress and the rainy weather I’ve been sluggish. Having these little boosts of energy really feel like they help out. Try it out for yourself!

March 27th 2020

Healthy Posture

Sometimes our bodies all need a break. A little extra stretching and mindfulness on how we use our bodies. Remember to always take care of your body, because it takes care of you.

“The body benefits from movement, and the mind benefits from stillness.”

— Sakyong Mipham