Oh hey there, how are we all feeling on this lovely Thursday afternoon?
I have to admit, this week was a challenging one for me. Deciding to start a business and chase my dream has been extremely exciting, liberating and scary all at the same time. Every day is filled with an infinite amount of roadblocks and challenges that we business owners have to constantly overcome. But as hard and overwhelming as it may feel, isn't it so exhilarating to actually make progress?! On Monday I felt a bit 'stuck' but today, just a few days later, I am truly stoked about how my project is evolving. So grateful for my incredible support system (yeah, you know who you rockstars are) for constantly pushing me to my full potential and reminding me to believe in myself and to stay resilient.
What about you? What do you do when you hit a roadblock? What is your most powerful reminder to raise that head up and keep going stronger?
Those Friday feels! What is 1 thing you're working on today that you will hopefully get finished? Mine is my damn website. It's now officially way overdue and it's getting ridiculous. I just want it live!!!! Arrrrgghhh.
Repost from @rocktyler of @ladyslider
We discovered this way too easy recipe visiting my mom in NJ earlier this month and it. is. INCREDIBLE. .
It's perfect for nights when you've had a really long day working (ahem: today) and need a healthy dinner but your motivation levels are -12.
You're gonna have to take me at my word that it's delicious, okay? Because it's gonna sound really weird. But the end result tastes a lot like penne vodka...but without the heavy cream, cheese, and hours simmering on the stove.
Basically, you toss pasta with store-bought tomato sauce with hummus. (I KNOW. But trust me.) Add in hemp seeds and basil if ya fancy. We went with @raoshomemade sauce and @sabra classic hummus and it was seriously delectable! .
Add it to your way-too-tired-to-cook recipe rotation. And thank me later. .
Recipe + photo from @ohsheglows — THE best #vegan blog!
Practicing my over-splits earlier today. I have very open hip flexors and super open hamstrings. So when practicing over-splits my goal is to work on the strength of my shins and quads to ensure that I'm not hyper-extending my knee. Also, I would love to find even more flexibility in my hip flexors hehe