Constantly is Running to Europe!

Some of you know, most of you don’t: today, I embark on the adventure of a lifetime. Constantly is going on the run in Europe! …For 43 days. I’ve dreamed of this since I was a child, originally thinking it would happen as a study abroad semester or a graduation trip. When those times approached and then passed, although slightly…
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Spontaneous Travel: The Real Reason I Booked the Trip

As promised, I’ve shared all aspects of my spontaneous trip to France – from tiny packing to listening to your instincts to the best spots to hit up, aka it’s been a lot. But the real reason I booked the trip was to see Michael. It’s been nearly a year since he came into my life and I’ve become a…
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Handling Anxiety at Large Events

You may have or have not seen that I was at a work conference Tuesday – Thursday of this week. And if you were to ask me to sum it all up in one word, my instant reply would be overwhelming. Or anxiety. Or “give-me-all-the-xanax-please” (yes, I know that’s not one word but I figured the hyphens made it acceptable).…
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11 Things You Will Learn When You THINK Your Life Just Fell Apart

Almost a year ago I wrote this post, the most vulnerable thing I had written at that time. I promised to continue to be real and raw with all of you so here’s to wrapping up the past year: one that brought change, growth, love and all the thanks with 11 things you will learn when you THINK your life…
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5 Reasons to Workout (Other Than ‘for a Thigh Gap’)

Last year, I had the pleasure of being an ambassador for the first annual National Fitness Day and also hosting a class to benefit Girls on the Run at Pilates ProWorks West Loop. This year, although I’ll be celebrating a little bit differently, I still want to share the amazingness of the day (coming up on May 5 – mark your calendars…
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Re-Prioritizing: March Training Recap

March was a big month. The first weekend I was supposed to be running the One City Marathon and I could not be more thankful I pushed my race date back – although I was feeling strong after several HIIT classes at various gyms, my running time was not where I would want it to be. My first big run…
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March Inspiration: A Basic Guide to Reiki & Chakras

Earlier this month, I was listening to the Almost 30 Podcast (as usual) on my drive to work and this episode hit me so hard, I literally ended up in tears (right around the 45th minute – I legit thought she was talking about me and not her friend) and then I headed straight to Google to do some more…
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