I was so happy that I got to see one of my favs, Brene Brown, at SXSW. It was my first time seeing her live and it was everything I imagined it would be. It was also a great reminder that embracing vulnerability is the only way to lead a fulfilled life. What is vulnerability?
This is a compensated campaign in collaboration with LALA® Yogurt Smoothies and #WeAllGrow Latina Network. The opinions and text are all mine. If you don’t have your health you don’t have anything. Unfortunately many of us don’t realize it until it’s gone. That’s exactly what happened to me and several family members last year. This year though,
So are you fulfilled? Are you sure? I thought I was fulfilled. I thought I had worked through all my inner demons and was happily living my life in peace and harmony, until I heard week one of Oprah and Deepak’s 21-Day Meditation Experience, Shedding the Weight: Mind, Body and Spirit. If you too struggle
New year, new you means many of us are hitting the gyms, boot camps, crossfits and every other fad exercise craze you can think of in hopes of getting the beach bodies we’ve always wanted. And as an avid gym and exercise enthusiast, I’ve definitely become accustom to seeing the masses come in full force
Oprah and Dr. Brené Brown were the first to help me understand that you don’t have to be perfect to receive the best life has to offer. Regardless of what your mother, mother-in-law or anyone else in your life thinks – including yourself. With the holidays literally around the corner, as a recovering perfectionist, I know how
I know I talk a lot about my struggles with living in the moment and with intuitive eating (also known as mindful eating), which kind of go hand and hand, but I realized I may need to introduce or reintroduce the intuitive eating concept. So here’s a little snapshot of what I’ve learned about along the