It’s a new year and like every year, people are out there making new resolutions in order to start the year off on a good foot. This year, however, I’m not making new year resolutions. I can never get them right. Most of the time, I don’t remember what they were halfway through the year after life settles back in and the holiday glow (and all my good intentions) fade. Before I know it, my resolutions have flown out the window. I’m guessing I’m not alone here. It’s not that I don’t want to lose weight, become more intentional, or be a happier, kinder, better version of myself. But how in the world do you achieve those things anyway?? If I lose 1 pound, there. I lost weight. Now I can get back to the business of gaining it all (and probably then-some) back again. But that wasn’t the point of the resolution, was it? No. This year I’m setting concrete goals, not resolutions. Measurable, achievable goals. I’ve found the secret to being successful at …
I’m embarking on a new adventure as a health and fitness coach at Girl Meets Soul Fit Life where I’m dedicated to health, fitness, self-love, and helping women achieve the lifestyle of their dreams!
D’aller Naturel is rebranding to fit the essence of the blog. Discover the new name here.
Read the best motivational quotes by MLK that we should all aspire to live up to. Let’s remember the point of this holiday and proceed with love and respect.
I’m hitting the ground running in 2016, and no, I’m not making the traditional new year’s resolutions. I’m making goals for my blog and posting it so that you all keep me accountable!
A look back on your top favorite posts in 2015.
Global style in Versailles.
It’s that time of year again–Thanksgiving, Christmas caroling, presents, and oh the food! If you’re hosting a holiday party or, like me, have a large number of family members coming in for the holidays, preparing that holiday dinner may seem daunting. I know I had grand plans of creating an elaborate menu from scratch. But . . . 16 is a large number of mouths to feed and I don’t really want to spend the entire day cooking. So . . . here’s a holiday meal hack that will save you on time and keep your sanity in check.
There is one major problem with the natural hair movement. Whether it was an unwitting happenstance or a conscious effort by some, the natural hair movement has created a monolithic view of what it means to be natural.
Memorial Day is upon us. Get out to the beach or the parks with a refreshing, easy to make, gourmet meal.