The New Normal

The smile on my face... plastered. How is lockdown going for you? Over the past three weeks, I have gone through ALL the emotions, and none of them have involved much productivity. There's a strange thought that started spreading across mainstream social media channels that this is a time to learn a new skill whether… Continue reading The New Normal

Resurrection Sunday

Last night my mom asked me what Easter means to me, and I’ve been thinking about it all day. One of my favourite things about this time of the year, (Resurrection Sunday) is the fact that a woman (Mary Magdalene) was the first to have seen Jesus. Throughout the Gospels , I’ve always found it… Continue reading Resurrection Sunday

Le Féminin

On this International Women's Day (8th March 2020) I think of what the Duchess of Sussex said on her visit to Robert Clack Upper School in Dagenham on the 6th March 2020, 'you have your mother's, sisters, girlfriends, friends in your life, protect them.' So often the directive for women empowerment is geared towards women.… Continue reading Le Féminin

Unexpectedly Grateful

In a few weeks 2019 will be done and dusted and we will be entering a new decade. When you look back at the last ten years of your life, what marks those years? Were they tough, knocking the wind out of you at each turn? Or was it a decade marked with growth? The… Continue reading Unexpectedly Grateful

How Long, O Lord?

Over the last couple of weeks, as consistently as I can which in all honesty has been MEGA hard, I have been doing the Bible in One Year devotional. This year an area that I want to grow more in, is my spiritual walk and relationship with God. We've heard it so many times before… Continue reading How Long, O Lord?

Hold on to the bar

If you're a CrossFitter you've probably been here, you're halfway into a wod with heavy snatches (arch nemesis,) and let's throw in muscle ups because this is a badass wod, and you hear your coach say 'hold onto the bar!' I don't know about you but with my forearms burning, calluses daring to rip, the last… Continue reading Hold on to the bar

Faith, Hope & a Whole Lotta Love

I often ask myself what is the purpose of our lives and I conclude that life’s purpose is to be happy. We have no guarantee what will happen in the future, but we live in hope. That’s what keeps us going. Dalai Lama Nothing hypes me up more than a compliment or two… from my… Continue reading Faith, Hope & a Whole Lotta Love

Fight

You may have to fight a battle more than once to win it. Fight for what you want your life to look like. A couple of weeks ago I deleted all of my posts on Instagram. We've all been on a page before and thought the person who deleted all their posts to be a… Continue reading Fight

P is for positive!

‘Change can be powerful, if we are brave enough to evolve with it.’ The hardest part of CrossFit is finding a box. Finding a coach that you connect with and people that are on the same wavelength as you are. A place where positivity is felt the minute you step in! In the wake of… Continue reading P is for positive!

Athletes’ Corner Part III: Adrian Conway

This final piece of athletes' corner is the best...okay, I'm going to say that about every athlete that I interview because it's the truth. Some of the athletes you'll see in this growing feature, I have the honour of calling them my friends...real friends, not the imaginary kind that solely exists in my head haha!… Continue reading Athletes’ Corner Part III: Adrian Conway