Who am I?

I’m Stacie. I am competitive, driven, loving, motivated and inspired. I love holistic health and fitness, spiritual, mental and physical well-being. I believe in self-love. I believe in positivity. I believe in balance. And I believe that your mind is your most powerful tool.

I have a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and hold a Masters in Health Psychology. Through my studies, research and personal endeavors, I have become to understand the significance and power of the mind-body connection in the way we feel, behave, and react. I understand the power of the mind in everything we do and that in order to achieve the results we want, we must first begin with our thoughts.

“All that we are is the result of what we have thought. The mind is everything. What we think we become.” – Buddha

I have experienced my fair share of struggles with gaining weight, restrictive eating and self-recovery. I have learned so much about myself, my body, my mind and how to incorporate a variety of tools to make the most out of life.

Today, I love being and feeling strong & healthy. I love lifting heavy weights, running, pushing my body to it’s capacity but also relaxation, meditation self love and forgiveness. I am fascinated with nutrition and shaping my body as a result of my training style and the foods I feed it.

I have struggled with a restrictive eating disorder for many years which was exacerbated through my love of bodybuilding and bikini competitions. After an eye-opening revelation that I have done more harm than good to my body, I am on the road to recovery.

This blog is about giving me an outlet to share my racing thoughts, ideas, recipes and moments. I hope that I can help at least one person on their journey and make people realize that no matter what, you are not alone. I plan to be brutally honest and share way too much information about my life.



2 thoughts on “About”

  1. Hello,
    My name is Courtney Blair, I work for Mike Bundrant who is a featured blogger on the world’s top mental health website, PsychCentral.com as well as The iNLP Center. PsychCentral gets 7 million visitors monthly.
    I have noticed that you and Mike write about similar topics, and your readers might be interested in some of the things Mike has recently published.
    If you agree that this is so, Mike would be willing to collaborate with you in some way, be it through guest posts, mentions, and references to each other’s sites, or otherwise.
    Here is a post Mike recently wrote and published, I think you’ll like it:
    If you enjoyed this post and feel your readers would too, feel free to give it a share.
    Go ahead and reply to this email if you’re interested in some sort of collaboration with Mike, and I’ll move forward with connecting you with him.

    Hoping all is well,
    Courtney Blair


    1. Hi Courtney, thanks for reaching out. It looks like mike publishes blogs and articles that align really well with what I’m interested in and post about. Definitely interested in speaking more about collaboration.


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