Some Favorite Snacks from Target

This chocolate ice cream with peanut butter swirls. I am not an ice cream fan. I don’t crave it, it makes me thirsty, and I’m in denial about how lactose intolerant I am. But ya’ll, this ice cream is so good. It has yet to become hardened in the freezer and scoops out so smoothly each time. There’s the perfect … Read More

Designing & Curating Your Space for Rest & Rejuvination

From Target store layouts, to city planning, to restaurant design, and all the way down to what you keep on your bedside table, what’s in your environment (or not) will impact your behaviors. When it comes to curating and designing personal spaces, we often focus on the aesthetic and forget almost entirely about function. If you’re like me, then you’re … Read More

Mid-Year Review: 5 Key Areas to Review For Continued Success

  1. Review Your Bookkeeping Nothing is worse than getting to the end of the year and diving into your bookkeeping for the first time for the year. Saving your bookkeeping until the end of each year will mean you’re buried under a pile of dozens of bank statements and thousands of line items. I like to reconcile my books … Read More

5 Things I No Longer Do: Fitness, Body, & Health

All relationships come with ebbs, flows, iterations, and change. Our relationship to our bodies is no different. Over the years, my relationship to my body, fitness, and health has seen many seasons. Today, I’m sharing 5 things I swore I’d do forever and ever that I no longer do in this season of my life.   1. Take Pre-Workout In … Read More

How You Build It Is How It Will Go

I was doom-scrolling when I came across a post from a fellow business coach. The post I stopped on read: “Online business is harder than in person business.” The case she was building was that trainers who leave the online space to pursue fitness business in-person are taking the easy way out. That the online business challenge is worth it … Read More

Marriage + Money: 4 Things Every Couple Should Talk About

You don’t have to be financially savvy , “good at math”, or even in a relationship (let alone marriage) to begin to understand your financial landscape. In today’s social media world, it’s easy to curate a very complicated, overwhelming view on what it takes to understand your money so that you can feel confident about your money. I was fortunate … Read More

5 Ideas to Add Value Your Online Training Program

5 Ideas to Add Value to Your Online Training Program   Listen to The Confidence Project’s episode here:   Ever hear the business advice: “add value!” and you’re like- what does that even mean? It can look like something like this! 1. Use the Document section to upload communication & policy reminders Tyler J. McCall taught “if you find yourself … Read More

Balance Over Burnout: Creating a Sustainable Business Model That Works for You

Let’s be real: running a personal training business can sometimes feel like a never-ending grind. I’ve been there, juggling clients, marketing, admin work, and still trying to find time to work out myself. It’s easy to get caught up in the hustle and hit burn out. So, how do we build a successful business that also lets us enjoy life? … Read More

Time Management is a Lie: What to Focus on Instead

Time Management is a Lie: What to Focus on Instead Time management is often hailed as the key to productivity and success. We meticulously plan our schedules, set alarms, and make to-do lists, all in the name of squeezing every possible minute out of our day. But what if I told you that time management is a lie? That the … Read More