5 Thoughts

Hi there! Typing this up last minute at Shakespeare & Co. in Philly. So excited it’s Friday because I love the change of pace on the weekends and we have some fun plans! What are your weekend plans?

Okay, I’m going to keep this week’s 5 thoughts light and fun! As always, I’d love to hear what you have been thinking about recently in the comments!


Wow! We just watched this movie and it is crazy! You know I love documentaries, and this one is very well done. I didn’t even know free solo climbing was a thing. If you’re looking for a thrill, this is a great one.


I’m still loving The Gifts of Imperfectionsand have been reading a little every morning. There is so much goodness on each page, I’m taking it in slowly. The following quote really spoke to me, and is something I want to start my mornings with.


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There are a lot of claims about carbohydrates presented by culture that sadly just aren’t true. Well-researched dieticians have done the digging and debunked many of these claims. This one by Rachael Hartley is one of the best ones I’ve read, as well as this one from the Real Life RD. In essence, carbs are not evil. We as women especially need adequate carbohydrates.


On Instagram this week, I shared a mantra that has greatly helped me deal with overthinking and anxiety. Head on over to read more about it!

Your turn! What have you been thinking about this week?

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