If you’ve been reading Oui in France for a while, this type of post might look familiar. Monday Mishmash was a conversational roundup-style post I used to do with no real purpose other than to chitchat. I’d update you on happenings around here, share some fun links and let you know about anything else going on.
Over the years, so much about health and fitness has become clear to me. Here are 7 fitness truths I’ve realized after growing into my own skin and becoming confident with who I am — both in and out of the gym.
Is exercising something you love or hate? Maybe somewhere in between? If you exercise regardless, does it matter if you enjoy it? Yes!
As women, we’re conditioned to minimize our successes and downplay our wins. We’re made to feel like we’re bragging if we’re proud of an accomplishment. These positive moments get overshadowed by other things. Life goes on. Then something negative happens. Let’s focus on making the positives mean more.
It’s New Year’s resolution time. Here’s the one thing that will sabotage your fitness goals every single time. You don’t have to let it!
Beyond snappy shoes and fashionable workout gear — which are absolute musts, duh — there’s one fitness expenditure I’d recommend…
Do you struggle with exercise motivation or does your motivation come from within? Here’s how I have stayed motivated to exercise over the years. Let me break it down.
I recently learned of Zaggora Breakfast Smoothies so I bought some on a whim after seeing the shake is nutritionally sound and that they deliver within Europe. Here’s my Zaggora Breakfast Smoothie review.
I’ve always loved grocery shopping and my outings to French grocery stores delight me even 5 years in. There’s always something new to be discovered. I respect the fact that people have their own eating habits and preferences but I can’t say you’ll ever see me willingly ingest any of the meat at French grocery stores you see below.
Are Buff Bake products worth your hard-earned cash? Read on for my Buff Bake review.
I love Fabletics and recently bought The Shift Bag since my tote bag just wasn’t cutting it anymore. Read on for my Fabletics Shift Bag review.
Tom’s not working today so we took advantage of a local farmers’ market not far from where we live. Places like this make me happy.
After moving to France and having to adapt to a new gym culture and schedule, I’ve reflected on my health. Here’s how your fitness routine changes when you move abroad.
So over the past couple of weeks, I’ve happily sampled a variety of Natsu products and am sharing my thoughts here.
Here’s more on Natsu Foods and why I think it’s a brand you should check out.
While in Paris for a few days last week, I was on the hunt for a fitness class and decided…
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