Embracing Chaos

When the storm of chaos sweeps us away and we try our best to fight the current, we push and pull our way through the thunderous waves of discourage. It’s human instinct to want to fight back, to fulfill a need of knowing you did all you could do. But what would happen if you…

An Interview with Kelly

I love reaching out to strong women who inspire others for a living. The core to EcoFitYogi is to empower women. Kelly is an amazing woman who uses the tool of fitness to change peoples lives. A wife, mother and trainer.. I am happy to share this interview with you all. What is your personal…

An Interview with Jen

I came across Jen Bruno on LinkedIn and I became very interested in her lifestyle and work! She is an incredibly strong, inspiring, and determined woman. Enjoy reading this empowering article about loving yourself and doing what makes you happy. What is your personal mantra? Listen to your body—it’s way smarter than your brain and…

An Interview with Kelsey J Patel

  I’m working hard each day to grow EcoFitYogi, I aim to create a company out of my passion. I reached out to one of my spiritual role models, Kelsey J Patel. She agreed to this interview with such kindness and support. I hope you find light and comfort while reading this interview. Kelsey is a spiritual…

Because It Makes Me Happy.

I used to think that working out meant that I needed to burn x-amount of calories, feel worn out, and sweat like crazy. I was basing my fitness routine off what the media was telling me. As a culture we focus so much on looking good. We try so hard to fit into the unrealistic…

The Bias Dress Code

We have been told many times that what we wear define us, that our clothes have the ability to change our productivity and mood. We use fashion as an art form, expressing our personality through colors and fabrics. Over the years we have seen woman targeted through strict dress codes paced in schools and corporations….

Self-Care Is Priority

When it comes to taking care of yourself you tend to find it as a “will get to” kind of task. I have started to experience that feeling of wanting to be in a million of places at once. Since I’ve moved to the city and started my career I have noticed that I tend…

You’re Stronger

Whenever we are going through hard times we are always told “it will get better” and “it will get easier.” We create this mindset that we have no control over our emotions and that we must “ride it out.” What if when you were going through depression, anxiety, an eating disorder, suicidal thoughts, or struggle of…

The Time Barrier

In a day you sleep 8 hours, work 8 hours, leaving 8 hours (480 mins) for you. Time is one of our biggest barriers when it comes to taking time for ourselves, we claim “there aren’t enough hours in the day!” But what would happen if we changed our mindset to viewing time as a…

Time Budgeting Your Workouts

We tend to live in this constant thought of not having enough hours in the day, the stress of wasting the time we don’t have to give. In this modern age we have become so obsessed with time that we live by the hour. With schedules, daily alerts, and tasks to do, we find ourselves…

Healthy Working Woman

This week I started my first ‘out of college’ job as a marketing coordinator for a wellness company. It is a new mental and physical transition for me. I find myself in a corporate setting where I sit at a desk, spend a majority of my day commuting, and take on a larger work load….

Speak Up Woman!

Lets begin this discussion with a statistic from the International Labor Organization published on Forbes (1/15/15), “The U.S. came in at 15th position with 42.7% of female managers. The same report also found women own or manage more than 30 percent of all businesses, but 5 percent or less of the biggest companies.” What?  We…