Intro to Partnerships: Skylar

Intro to Partnerships: Skylar

I’m an evangelist. Always have been, probably always will be. And not necessarily in the religious sense of the word – though I have had my fair share of experience in evangelical ministry; but more so in my inherent enthusiasm for the things I love, and my desire to share that enthusiasm with others. All [...]

Giving Myself Permission

Giving Myself Permission

Asking for permission before doing something is what one should always aim to do…right? It’s the polite, and sometimes very necessary thing to do. If this were not the case, we wouldn’t need movements like #MeToo , asking those with power in society to simply ask first (AND LISTEN) before proceeding with sexual, oftentimes unwanted [...]

My Journey Toward Healthy Body Image

My Journey Toward Healthy Body Image

This past week was NEDA (National Eating Disorder Awareness) Week, where those who have struggled with eating disorders or embracing healthy body image have shared their stories publicly across various social media platforms. This year’s NEDA Week theme has been captioned #ComeAsYouAre , where folks share images with words and captions stating a few things [...]

Failing at New Year’s Resolutions

I’m gonna be honest, 2018 was a tough year. And I think when I came into 2019, I thought to myself, “Okay, last year was tough, but this year will be better. This will be the year that I finally get my life together and start living a holistically healthy, and overall more impactful life. [...]

What I’ve Learned at the Halfway Point in Yoga Teacher Training

About 3 months ago I started a CYT (Certified Yoga Teacher) 200+ hour training, and am about halfway through the 6-month long program. Throughout this time I've been getting lots of questions from friends, fellow yogis, and family about my experience thus far. Whether you're considering beginning or deepening your own personal practice, or just [...]

Something New

A little over a month ago I walked in a fashion show.  One week after that I began a teacher training at a local yoga studio in my neighborhood -- all while beginning a couple part-time jobs totally irrelevant to the career I'd spent the majority of my young-adult life invested in. And although it’s tempting [...]