With today's issues, it is hard to find good in the world or the news. Seeing an uplifting story or hearing good news is similar to someone claiming they saw Bigfoot. People choose to see it while others ignore the possibilities of it. It is a breath of fresh air when you can find someone… Continue reading Oxfam: Empowering Basic Human Rights
If you had told me six years ago that I would be throwing around 150-pound deadlifts and back squatting 130 pounds, I would have run towards the elliptical and never looked back. Not literally run though because that is still something I don't enjoy very much. Two years ago, I saw a bunch of people… Continue reading CrossFit: Isn’t That Tough?
It has been two weeks since I wrote anything, and to be honest I have not had the inspiration to post. Life had a different plan for me, and my position at my job was eliminated. We try to have an outline for life, but it has a way of surprising us. I expected myself… Continue reading Choosing Happiness
The constant should be loving your body no matter what.
Thank you to artist Nikki Miles for letting me use her art. You can find her on Instagram In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, I would like to discuss depression. If you are like me, you get tired of people thinking you're just sad, going through a phase, or that it will go away.… Continue reading Mental Health Awareness
"The excitement of the wish helps a child get through their treatment. A wish gives them the power of choice again and to celebrate who they are."
Tigers, an elephant, wolves, chimpanzees, and lions. All of these animals have one thing in common, they live in Myrtle Beach. They aren't part of a zoo or a circus but a wildlife conservation program that Doc Antle began in 1983. The animals that live on the preserve serve as animal ambassadors to over three… Continue reading Myrtle Beach Safari