I’m not a mother yet, but I’ve had a serious health crisis go ignored by doctors– and it nearly ended my life.
Over the past two and a half years, I’ve lost weight. I’ve gone from the biggest I’ve ever been (size 28) to the smallest I’ve ever been (size 18).
January is the month when we plan out our resolutions for the next 12 months. Right? For most people, this means going to the gym. But it’s not the only way to get healthy in 2019. There are so many ways to adopt a healthier lifestyle, that will have longer lasting effects on your life. Here are 5 Ways to be Healthy Without Stepping Foot in a Gym…
If you’ve been following me for a while, you know that my journey with spinning has been a long process of trial and error, and learning what works best for me.
That’s my polite way of saying… I’ve always hated spinning because it hurts my… um… “lil CeCe”.
a lot of you are sending me private messages asking me the same question: CeCe, how are you supporting yourself as a full time blogger? Today I’m answering that question in detail.
When I first decided I wanted to try aerial yoga, I had one question– what is the weight limit for aerial yoga?
You already know what I was worried about, I was wondering if aerial yoga for plus size people was even an option. Would the silks hold me up? Would I be able to do aerial poses? Is aerial yoga hard?
If you have similar questions, this post is for you!
I don’t know about you, but it can be hard for me to get motivated and it can be even harder for me to STAY motivated!
So, I’m really proud of myself for staying motivated and consistent for this long. I feel a strong love towards myself for making a commitment and sticking to it. I’m also feeling stronger and better after my health scare last year.
Last week, I built my outfits around my Easy Spirit slip-on flats. This way, when I had a lunch meeting on the lower east side followed by an appointment across town in SoHo I comfortably walked the 1.5 miles from one engagement to the other.
When I arrived at my first Orange Theory Fitness class, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect.
Okay, I’ve got a serious question for you—why do you work out?
I’ll admit to you that my workout sessions were not always positive or productive, because I was fighting against my body.
I treated each minute on the treadmill or in a dance class as a punishment for being plus size.
My workouts weren’t joyful.