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Sweat It Out // May

May 3, 2016
AUTHOR: Emilie
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Remember when I used to host the Fit For Me linkup. I stopped because my two cohosts and I just felt it was time to move on. No hard feelings. We were just in totally new places in life and our focuses were different.

I’ve been craving, though, the opportunity to write about my fitness life again. I’ve been good, but I could always be better. Writing about my life again will help me think through some of my emotions too. I think part of the reason I get into a rut in my fitness life is because it’s something that’s done in isolation. It’s not something that I do or share with other people.

I wake up. I go to the gym by self. I lift by myself. I watch whatever I want on the TV while running. Then I come home and shower by myself. I feed myself and go on to the day. There’s no one holding me accountable. There’s no community. There’s just me and my iPhone.

Now, this is all going to change. In the impending move, I’m heading to a new gym, though, it’s not going to happen in May. Also, with the impending craziness of the next two weeks, I need to work hard to not let it get the best of my fitness.

I sometimes post about my workout life on my Foodstagram. Be sure to follow there to stay in touch!

 

What are you favorite tips for keeping your fitness up to standard when you’re traveling or moving? I sure could use those.

Also, what do you look for in a new gym? I’d love thoughts!

 

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Emilie is a data engineer by day and lifestyle blogger by night. A Jersey girl at heart, she is currently living in her fifth home in three years, Savannah, GA with her college sweetheart. She’s learned the hard way that home is wherever the Army sends them. She enjoys eating food, cuddling with her dog, and binge watching HGTV.