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  • Rant: Effort is Attractive

    It’s time for the quarterly accountability rant repost! Do you read captions or what? I’m going to keep bringing this rant back on a regular rotation. Some will unfollow. Some will nod their head in agreement. Some will hold themselves accountable and recalibrate. _ Trust, I’ve got a person or two in my life to bitch slap me when needed as well. And so, a #repost from myself below. 😜…

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  • Rant: Leave Your Complaints at the Door

    Empty complaints/criticism are a big pet peeve of mine. As is stomping on your heels when you walk. 😳 May you approach your week with less noise and more intention. 👌 #eatplaycrush

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  • Rant: Don’t Do It This Way

    Sure, you’re welcome to accept that as a response. You’re not welcome to kick it with me if you do, though. Ohhhhhh, snap! 🤗 _ Jokes aside (but not really a joke) I get that it can be intimidating to create/build/form new ways to do things; there is a lot of uncertainty and obvious risk. However, I cannot understand that holding you back from doing the extra work to push…

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  • Rant: Choose Your Power

    If there is one takeaway about how I feel I show up here, it’s that I stand for inclusivity. Different walks of life? Different systems of faith? Teach me. Tell me more. Allow me to do the same. _ It feels like everything is being boiled down to a “you vs me”, sides shouting that the other side lives in a bubble, as though this bubble is made of soundproof-steel…

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  • Rant: Honor Those Growing Pains

    A series of smaller events are on schedule this week, each to be checked off day by day, to ensure a successful manufacturing run of the next 4,000+ lbs of Phat Fudge. To expect all of it to run perfectly smooth would be naive. But, more importantly for me to write here, is that to COMPLAIN ABOUT THE PROCESS WOULD BE ROOKIE SHIT. I tend to disregard the sentiment that…

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  • Rant: Effort is Attractive

    I’m going to keep bringing this rant back on a regular rotation. Some will unfollow. Some will nod their head in agreement. Some will hold themselves accountable and recalibrate. Trust, I’ve got a person or two in my life to bitch slap me too when needed. And so, #repost from myself. ? Humans, you’re so silly. You want to get fit, but only if it takes 7 days to see…

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  • Rant: Start Raging

    This doesn’t speak to me at all. ??? Women should rage more often. Rage not being negative. I’m telling you, a good bag-punching, gun-shooting, floor-wrestling or even an intense serve-to-the-net-volley-crosscourt-and-growl session is our given right to release some primal sexiness. Then slip into your red dress and high heels. Or is it just me? I’m ok if it’s just me. But I don’t think it’s just me. We all have…

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  • Rant: Be your inspiration

    It’s not about proving them wrong or proving myself right. It’s about following through on what I said I was going to do. It’s always been about follow through, being a woman of my own word. Today I maaaay have yelled, “I am my own inspiration! I am my own guru!” and while I was saying those words in jest to my client, I meant them. It’s called “inner truth”…

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  • From Killing Myself To Forgiving Myself: How I Learned To Meditate (Pt 2)

    This is Pt 2 of “How I Learned To Meditate” – Check out my Gateway Into Meditation post to read about the recorded journaling I began doing to find personal focus points. The below “How To” meditation guide (along with 5 thought provoking mantras) will be found in my Eat Play Crush Handbook. Being a bit restless about the release date, I wanted to share this now as it has proven…

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  • From Killing Myself To Forgiving Myself: How I Learned To Meditate (Pt 1)

    In December, I began toying with a new practice that has dramatically shifted my need to be “perfect” to being good instead; feeling more content, dancing in self-gratitude, drowning out noise and doing more passionate work because of it. This new practice has forced me to really face myself in an imperfect light and be human. To be kinder and more compassionate – to others and to myself. This new…

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