The Lifting Diaries: Yes, I’m Really Pumped

Dear Diary, Just last week, I started taking a pre-workout drink by BPI Sports. And when I say it gave me a boost, I mean it. I flew around the track like Flash (uh, did I mention I'm not a runner?) After that I did some other warm ups. Working out in the mornings weren't … Continue reading The Lifting Diaries: Yes, I’m Really Pumped

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The Lifting Diaries: In the Mirror Straight Flexing

Dear Diary, I think I've moved past the awkwardness I once felt in the weight room. I mean, there are times when I'm the only girl but it doesn't bother me anymore. Especially since (mostly) everyone is pretty focused on their workout. Recently I've gotten into the habit of standing in front of the mirror … Continue reading The Lifting Diaries: In the Mirror Straight Flexing

The Lifting Diaries: Battle Scars

Dear Diary, During a conversation with my friend the other day, the topic of hands came up (not sure how that happened). Anyhow, he said that if a woman has soft hands, that's extremely attractive. I disagreed. If someone's hands aren't soft doesn't mean they're not attractive. Mid-conversation, as I usually do, I rubbed my … Continue reading The Lifting Diaries: Battle Scars

Has the Media Made Our Expectations of Men Too High?

Shows like The Vampire Diaries and Gossip Girl have extremely attractive male cast members. ┬áSeeing Ian Somerhalder on my screen every Thursday is enough to make me giggle like a blushing preteen. And we can't forget the one and only Nate Archibald (A.K.A the reincarnation of Adonis). But when I turn off the television, it's … Continue reading Has the Media Made Our Expectations of Men Too High?