A year later…

Well I don’t know what happened but it’s been almost a year since my last post and I’m sad about that. I love blogging but when life gets busy, writing goes bye bye. So here I am trying to get back into it instead of aimlessly scrolling Instagram.

Where to start? I don’t even know. Crosby turns 1 in a month. Harry turns 3 in 3 months. We’ve been in a pandemic yet time seems to be going faster than ever.

Croz has been sick on and off since April with ear infections, allergies, and colds. Oh and let’s throw getting 4 teeth in there as well. She’s just a trooper though and keeps us laughing through it all. She started standing last week, is 7 pounds lighter than her brother, and is quite the diva. I call her my strong legged beauty.

Harry is a goof. He loves singing and reading and is thriving at his new daycare (we call it school). He loves playing outside and I must bribe him with snacks or a bath to get him to come inside. I love him so much but he also tests my limits. He is teaching me how to be calm and not take things too seriously.

Sam just finished his grad school paper on top of accepting a position at a new charter school and I am in awe of him every day. He keeps me calm, holds me together, and reminds me everything will work out how it’s supposed to.

Me-I’m just over here trying to eat healthy-ish, walk the dog, hang out with my 2 bffs and husband, and run a business. Life is really wild but I don’t think I’d want it any other way.

As far as working out-I’ve been on a pretty good routine lately. I’m trying to stick to 4x a week with barbell workouts, 3x a week with trail runs, 1 track workout a week, and 1 outdoor at home workout a week. It’s been so fun to workout outside! I try to do a longer trail run on Wednesday’s and Saturdays to start training for some trail half marathons and that’s been really fun. The strength training has for sure upped my pace so that’s been cool to see.

Hope you’re doing well and focusing on being the best version of yourself . Times have been weird and I’ve spent a lot of time in my head. I have a lot of self doubt issues, over-thinking issues, and perfectionist tendencies that I am working on each and every day. Being at home during a pandemic has given me time to work on myself and do some self-reflection and I am finally starting to show myself the kind of self-love I should have been showing for a long time.

So here’s to moving forward with positivity and self love. To keeping calm and listening to your soul.

I’ve missed you.


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