I am really excited to be apart of this movement. I am all about empowering women and fitness and this ties in both in a really cool and major way.
Declare a goal. Then show us how it’s done.
Together we’re redefining the female athlete by setting epic goals and pushing past where we’ve ever been and where we thought we could go. Join us. Set your own personal goal. Then document your journey by posting videos and photos that tell your story from start to victory.
We’ll continuously post challenges for you. But that’s just the beginning. Show us your journey. Show us what makes your story the one that stands out from the rest. If you meet your goal, set a new one. Make it even bigger. Prove to everyone, and yourself, that you have more than what it takes.
Every week we’ll give away Under Armour Swag Bags full of gear to women who are seriously getting it. We’ll also feature profiles on our home page and in the “Top Performers” section of women who are really setting an example for all of us.
After 8 weeks, we’ll announce the 10 finalists who’ve documented the most impressive, motivated, monumental stories.
Winners will be announced mid-July.
Three winners will be flown to Costa Rica to attend a four-day yoga and surf retreat. In addition to the lessons led by world-class instructors, winners will be treated to transformative massages, spa treatments and healthy, locally-sourced meals prepared by personal chefs. All while staying in plush accommodations looking out at the ocean. A retreat worthy of the women who earn it.
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Here are my measurements today, compared to last month:
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So I’m almost done! I had a half-day at work today so I’m just about finished with my room, I will be taking some things to a women’s shelter sometime this week, along with some toiletries to donate.
My room looks loads better though. I have a ton of clothes to wash, as well as my sheets and comforter to wash. Ugh. I will be spending this morning at the laundry mat.
I will spend the next day organizing my closet. Once that’s done I will also go through the rest of the stuff I deemed worthy of keeping. Whew! Once this is done hopefully I won’t have to do this for a loonnnngggg time. Lol or at least a month or two.
My room has finally reached the point of unbearable. I remember reading somewhere that if you don’t use or think about something for over a year, you don’t need it. With that being said I started purging on Thursday. I got rid of a lot of crap, but I still need to organize everything.
I apparently do not have an organization or tidy gene in my body, so I figure the less stuff I have, the easier it will be all around. It’s sad that its come to this, but it gives me something to do since I’ve been so bored lately.
Thank you to Ryan over at Calm Clinic for the post
If you’re looking for a new hobby, getting into arts and crafts is your best option. It’s easy, fun, and inexpensive, and you will surely enjoy every minute of it. When you come home after a long day, check in on your art supplies and think about what you can do to relax your mind and liven up your spirit. Whatever may have been an anxiety cause can be buried under the delight of getting crafty and inventive. There are a lot of websites you can draw inspiration from to start on your DIY projects, and here are some suggestions on what you can do to get started on being artsy fartsy.
Deconstruct your clothes
Does your closet need a revamp? You don’t have to spend so much money for a new wardrobe. What you can do instead is to take all those old tops and cut them up into new ones! It’s so easy – get started by making tank tops out of old shirts. Fashion them into gym tops by tying them at the back, or go for a summer top by tying them in the front. Look for patterns on the Internet to inspire you, and don’t forget to think of your own style.
Of course, for the fun of it, you can always go for good old tie-dye shirts. Doing it with friends and throwing a hippie party after would be fun. If you feel like keeping up with the latest trends, dip-dying your shorts can also be a good idea. While you’re at it, you can stud them with spikes. This way, you not only end up with good-as-new comfortable pieces of clothing, you also save and explore new styles that could suit you.
Try sewing or crocheting
Who says crocheting is only for your adorable grandmother? There are a lot of things you can create with that string, yarn, and hook if you only try. You can make a lot of gifts for people through crocheting, and you can also use it to update your wardrobe. Crocheting is a very cheap hobby, and it’s also fun to see what you can create while just sitting idly on your couch or even on the bus to work. You can do it whenever you have free time, so you can create more things and marvel at what you can do with just a needle and string.
You can crochet small things like pot holders or coasters for starters. Use it around your house so you wouldn’t have to buy. Next, you can try things like smartphone holders or small pouches. You can give these away to friends and family just to show something for what you’ve been up to. Then you can try crocheting fashionable items like beanies and collars as additions to your accessories. These will be cute updates to your outfits, and you can also take that opportunity to show off you crocheting skills to people.
These are good ideas for starting on being a DIY diva. When you’re ready to explore other DIY activities, you can try getting crafty by assembling furniture or home decor for your living space. Try gluing Scrabble letters together for coasters, creating body pillows out of throw pillow cases, or gluing corks onto a frame to create a bulletin board. Search the Internet for inspiration and see what you can do with only little materials and time on your hands. The best part is it will be fun the whole time.
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