motivation mondays: week 34
greetings from broome! [literally cannot believe i’m able to say that!] i hope you had an amazing weekend and are ready for a new week and up for a new motivation mondays challenge to propel you in the direction of living your healthiest, happiest, most balanced life imaginable.
let’s get right to it today. if you’re a regular reader of bananas + bellinis, you’ve probably noticed a bit of a theme with the motivation mondays posts recently: change and going after what you want. it’s no coincidence, as i tend to focus these posts on things that i might be dealing with or quotes that really speak to me at the time i’m writing them up, and soon you’ll understand why the idea of change and listening to what your heart is telling you keep coming back up for me, week after week. i came across this quote and not only does it apply to my life at the moment, i thought it was perfect for a motivation mondays installment:
a lot of times we hold ourselves back from what we want to do because we’re worried about what other people are going to think of us. or if we do go after what we want, we feel like we owe everyone and their brother an explanation as to why we’re doing whatever it is that we’re doing. well, guess what? the only person you need to answer to is yourself. if you spend too much time worrying about what other people will think or justifying your decisions to other people who are casting judgement on you, you’ll miss out on the chance to really go for it. life is too short to worry about anyone but yourself, especially when it comes to deciding how you are going to go about living. forget about the haters. just do you. you’ll only regret listening to others and letting their opinions stop you from doing what you want to do. you’ll never regret listening to yourself.
some lovely little links for you this week…
1. this article has always been one of my favorites and considering my current geographical location, it’s a pretty appropriate time to share it here!
2. definitely going to need a few of these mugs.
3. i decided to really channel my inner hippie chick last weekend by treating myself to a pair of metallic silver birkenstocks sandals. i don’t even know myself anymore.
have a great week! check back on wednesday for another class review [this one is for my favorite group workout class in new york right now] and friday one of my favorite health and wellness gurus is guest posting here at bananas + bellinis, sharing her top tips for scoring the body of your dreams! also, follow me throughout australia for the next couple of weeks over on instagram, twitter, facebook + snapchat [username kelsey1988].
image courtesy of positive life quote
Motivation Mondays: Week 33
Wow, Monday again already!
It was so nice to have a weekend at home with nothing crazy going on..and the weather was essentially perfect so that’s always an added bonus. Friday night I celebrated my birthday with my friends here in New York since I was away for my actual birthday and had such an amazing time. I definitely drank a little more than I should have, but that’s kind of what birthdays are all about sometimes…okay, well like, all of the time in my case…hashtag balance.
And then, on both Saturday and Sunday, I did a group workout class, immediately followed by brunch with a couple of my favorite people in the entire world at two places in New York that you should definitely check out, Café Clover and Cookshop. Both have healthy options that are uniquely prepared, outdoor seating, nice low-key and trendy atmospheres and great service. Doesn’t get much better than that.
I wanted to take today’s Motivation Mondays installment to talk about change. Not in any specific capacity, but just in general. I think that most of us have things about ourselves, our lives, our current situations that we want to change. Some of the things we want to change might be totally out of our control, in which case, we just have to find a way to live them, but what about things that we do have the power to change? Are we always acting on them? Unfortunately, I think that quite often the answer to this question is a resounding “no”…why do you think that is?
Sometimes, maybe we’ve tried to change and failed. Maybe the way we approached it just wasn’t working for us, so we gave up. Or maybe we tried again after the first failure and then failed again, which made us feel even more discouraged than we did in the first place, so we just threw in the towel and forgot about it. Ever experienced this? I have. Not such a good feeling.
I also think that many of us aren’t making the decision to change because we’re waiting for something. Waiting to take a leap and go for what we want after something else happened. “I’ll be happy when I lose five pounds,” or “I’ll quit the job I hate after I’ve saved up X amount of money and figured out X Y and Z,” or “next week I’ll start working out and eating better, but like, for real this time“…get the picture?
So, here’s my question to you: if not now, when?
There will always be 1,000 reasons to not do something. Which seriously sucks…I know. But even if there is only one reason to do something…and even if that one single reason is because you effing want to…do it. Just do it. If you don’t do it now, you never will. Big changes, small changes, it doesn’t matter. If you want something, look past the excuses, the reasons you can’t and instead, look at the reasons you want to and go for it. Put it all together and go step by step. Take it one thing at a time. Even if you fail, you can always come up with a plan B and most importantly, you’ll at least know that you tried. You can always start over. But you can’t look back and change the past. The longer you wait, the harder the changes will be to make. Act now.
1. My second article for Thought Catalog was posted last week…it’s all about “thinspiration” and why it’s killing our confidence. I’m having so much fun contributing to other sites, and really appreciate all of the positive feedback I’ve gotten from you guys…it means the world to me!
2. This article has spoken to me since the first time I read it. I have it bookmarked and find that I go back to it regularly.
3. And this. Because dogs. And wine.
Have an amazing week! On the agenda this week: Wednesday I’ll do a mini [non-food] recap of my weekend in LA and Friday I have a little Memorial Day Weekend inspired cocktail recipe!
What will you be acting on now? Always remember that no step in the right direction is ever too small.
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the yoga diaries: pt. v
it’s been quite a while [almost two months, if we wanna get technical] since i took some time to post here on the blog about my yoga “journey”… whatever that means. initially, the yoga diaries was intended to be a place for me to record and share my experience going through yoga teacher training, but as it came to a close, i knew i didn’t want to stop writing about yoga.
when it comes to yoga, the learning never ends and you will forever be a student to the practice, and with that knowledge, it didn’t really seem appropriate to end this series when teacher training ended. so, here we are!
immediately following my teacher training [i’m pretty sure i killed my final exams, by the way], i took a little hiatus from yoga… not on purpose or anything… remember, i love yoga… but i was so busy catching up on life that i didn’t make it to class for almost three weeks… and that was a big change! i spent some time with the friends i hadn’t gotten to see too much of, i slept in, i watched some Netflix, i went out and had a drink or two [which i hadn’t really done while training was going on], i took a few weekend trips… i hung out with my classmates from teacher training outside of the yoga stuido… you get the picture.
i almost felt guilty about it, but you know what? in all honestly, as much as i love yoga, i think my body needed a break after 12-weeks of the most intense practice of my life. it was also a good way to remind myself that yoga is not only a physical practice, but a guide for how you approach life… i feel like regardless of if i get to class or do a single asana in a day, i can still find ways to practice #yogaeverydamnday.
eventually, i made my way back to the studio, opened an unlimited monthly membership and got back to the mat. i’ve been consistent with my practice and can feel the difference in the way i move through each class, the way i push myself when i know i can handle it and the way i back off when i know i can’t.
i don’t even view yoga as a form of “working out” anymore… while it has basically always been the only form of physical activity that i truly enjoy, it’s so much more than that for me at this point. it calms and centers me, connects my thoughts and emotions to my physical body, serves as a spiritual practice [seriously, if yoga was a religion… ] and just makes me feel effing good.
my demeanor and outlook on life has definitely shifted, as well. i feel more confident, less stressed and just generally a little mentally calmer… a lot less brain chatter going on than i’m used to! i don’t dwell on things and have become much better about just letting sh*t go. i feel kind of unstoppable and as if i can do anything i want. i’m gearing up to make some big changes in my life and i honestly don’t know if i would have the courage to do it if i hadn’t gone through this training. i seriously have yoga to thank for so many things.
[my teachers gave me a postcard with this quote on it on the last day of training for a pretty specific reason. i look at it every. single. day. and it will always serve as a pretty special reminder to me… thank you dani and heather for always being so supportive… i love you guys!]
i’ve obviously noticed the changes in myself, but my friends and coworkers have told me they’ve sensed a shift in the way i carry myself, too… as if i seem lighter [not physically, but in an energetic way] and just more at ease. you know you’ve gone through a transformation when other people take notice… and it’s a pretty good feeling!
finally, i’m pretty excited to say that i’ve been teaching classes! i’ve taught a handful of small groups as well as some private sessions and it’s just so much fun. i’m feeling more and more comfortable with teaching each time i do it, and i think i’ll be confident enough to start going on auditions for teaching positions at some studios here in new york soon. the thought terrifies me but… i can do anything i want, right?!
before i sign off for the weekend, if you’re located in new york and want to do some yoga with your’s truly, please reach out! i can teach all levels in private, group or corporate settings and i‘m offering free sessions from now until the end of this month on a first come, first serve basis. if you’re interested in, shoot me an email at email@example.com and let’s get something on the calendar!
enjoy your weekend… and go to yoga! namaste!
motivation mondays: week 32
wow. monday already?! groan.
i spent last week nursing a serious cold and even though i felt like i was super busy, i made the necessary adjustments to my schedule to really just focus on me and getting better. at the beginning of the week, i had my schedule booked before and after work every. single. day. i cancelled plans [which i hate doing] and listened to what my body was asking for… some serious r+r. i stayed in and went to bed before 10:30pm both friday and saturday nights [sometimes this is so nice to do even when you aren’t sick, just fyi… or maybe this is just my **almost** 27 year old self really growing into her age, who knows] and yesterday i did the 5 boro bike tour. so, i went from literally doing nothing all week to just casually riding a bike for 40 miles through all five boroughs of new york city… nbd.
i’ve known about the bike tour since i first moved to new york almost five years ago, but never signed up since, you know, i don’t even own an effing bike. this year, a few friends were talking about doing it, so i figured, “why not! i’ll figure out the bike thing later!” [this is such a me thing to do, by the way.] i scrambled to find a bike, but needless to say, it all worked out and we all successfully finished the tour [i wasn’t doing this to race or beat a time, i literally just wanted to be able to say i did it] and followed it up with some well-deserved mexican food and margaritas [naturally]. here i am pre-race [editor’s note: after picture not provided for good reason]!
needless to say, today i’m completely exhausted and feeling like i got run over by a truck, but it was a gorgeous day and i’ve been wanting to check this off of my new york bucket list for years… it was an experience i will never forget… and one that i will never subject myself to again.
so, motivation mondays! we meet again!
this one is pretty relevant to my life right now, especially considering how last week went for me. how often do you find yourself so booked up… between work, working out, meeting up with friends, running errands… that you don’t have more than maybe an hour each day to actually just relax and unwind? for me, this is what the past three months of my life have looked like, especially when yoga teacher training was a part of the equation.
last week, i came down with a cold, was forced to take a sick day, cancel most of the plans i had for the week and just chill the eff out. the idea and the actual act of doing this seriously stressed me out. the thought of going straight home from work with no plans almost every day of the week is such a foreign concept to me at this point that i really didn’t know what i was supposed to be doing with my time, but you know what? it felt damn good.
a lot of people, especially here in new york, define their importance and success on how busy they are. scheduling time to get dinner and drinks with a friend can take weeks when two schedules need to be worked around, and honestly, while i love being busy and having things to do and look forward to, last week taught me that putting some time aside for myself is not only okay, but necessary. i almost feel like i got sick in the first place because my body was trying to tell me to slow the eff down.
i want everyone to remember that it’s okay to not have 1,000 things to do all of the time. it doesn’t mean that you aren’t successful or that you’re failing, it just means that you respect yourself enough to say no and breathe every once in a while. make time for what’s really important and if you’ve scheduled something that you really could just do without, don’t do it. give it a try this week and let me know how it goes, i always love hearing from you guys!
and what would motivation mondays be without some links to get your week started?
1) i posted this article about taking the leap on facebook last week and wanted to share it here again because it was just. that. good.
2) i’ve got another post on living body wellness this week! need 5 quick ways to healthify your life? look no further!
3) and honestly, i spit my coffee all over the place when i saw this.
have an amazing week everyone! check back on wednesday for a healthy recipe you can whip up for dinner this week… and on friday bananas + bellinis will be coming to you from warm and sunny l.a.!
motivation mondays: week 31
okay! it’s a new week and i’m not as heavily scheduled as i was last week and hope to stay on track with everything i have planned… sorry for the late posts [or total lack of]… i tried my best and that is just all you can do sometimes, so i’m totally okay with it.
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so, i had one post all set to go for today, but after a comment i heard in passing this morning at the gym that really just enraged me, i decided to go a different route for motivation mondays this week. while i don’t typically use my blog as a platform for this kind of agenda, i feel like there is something we all need to be reminded of right now:
plain and simple. no one, and i mean no one, should ever have to be afraid of being who they are. it doesn’t matter what your religion is, what your skin color is, if you’re gay or straight or bisexual or if you identify with a gender that you physically are not… if you’re skinny or fat or if you fall into what society has told us is “beautiful” or not… i could keep going but I think you get my point… which is this: if you are a human being living on this earth and you are a good person who is doing their best to make it through life and be happy, you deserve love.
go out there and be yourself and accept others for who they are, too. hate doesn’t get anyone anywhere, but love conquers all. i think one time someone said “all you need is love”… i can’t remember who exactly, but i think they had a pretty good point.
just a few more things…
1) TEAM BRUCE FOR DAYS.
2) as a taurus [my birthday is in 2 weeks!] i have to say that basically all 10 of these things are true.
3) finally, did everyone see my post about the importance of nourishing your heart this spring on living body wellness? i’m excited to officially be a contributor, so keep checking back for more content from your’s truly over there!
enjoy your week, and please make an effort to be extra nice to every person you come in contact with today, tomorrow, this week, this month and every day, even if you aren’t having the best day/week/month/year. everyone is going through something, often fighting battles we can’t even begin to imagine, and the power of kind words, a smile and love can go farther than you realize.
p.s. this week, i’m sharing another one of my healthy lifestyle staples with you and reviewing another workout class i’ve been attending here and there… be sure to come visit again soon!
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motivation mondays: better late than never
this has happened before, and honestly, sometimes it’s just really necessary to let life throw the unexpected at you and just go with the flow. i was in boston over the weekend visiting a friend and ended up staying an extra day, so motivation mondays didn’t happen on schedule and you know what? i’m okay with that. i got to spend an extra day with one of my nearest and dearest friends [did i really just say that?] and experience “marathon monday” in boston. #worthit
i’ll do a little boston recap later, but for now, motivation mondays… it’s really better late than never, right?
i really love this. just ask yourself this: how many times have you decided to not do something, not because of what other people thought or said, but because of what you thought, what you told yourself you couldn’t do? if you’re anything like me, probably quite a few times.
this quote can literally be applied to any aspect of your life. work, relationships, hobbies, dreams, goals, oh, and i don’t know… your health and wellness? where are you holding yourself back? where are you downplaying what you want because you think you can’t have it, can’t do it, it’s unrealistic?
it’s bad enough that we sometimes have friends, co-workers and family members telling us we’re being crazy, that our ideas are too far out there, that our dreams and goals aren’t realistic. the very last thing we need is to be getting this same attitude from ourselves, our own inner dialogue. quite often, even if we have a supportive team of people surrounding us, we’re our own worst critic. all of the encouragement in the world can only go so far if we’re telling ourselves we can’t do something.
we need to get out of our own way. stop telling ourselves that we can’t do it. even if the only reason you have for wanting something is “because i want to”… guess what? that’s good enough.
[and this is all within reason, of course. and i still strongly encourage you to use your judgement. don’t make bad decisions just because you feel like it or anything like that. but i think you all have a pretty good idea what i mean with this whole thing.]
links to start the week [or continue it]:
1) i mean, obviously.
2) because dogs.
3) i loved this little post on the impact of a positive response. sometimes attitude is the most important thing.
have an amazing week… see you tomorrow with a what i ate wednesday post… boston edition!
when are you going to get out of your own way and just effing go for it?
image courtesy of ella frances sanders
motivation mondays: week 30
good morning! how was your weekend? we had gorgeous weather here in new york which [as always] elevated my mood to new levels. it’s so much easier for me to get up and out of bed on the weekends to workout, meet up with friends and just generally be productive when it’s warm and sunny. i’m really, really hoping that the winter weather is behind us and we can just look forward to only nicer and nicer weather from here on out. i hope that wherever you are, the weather is working in your favor, as well!
lately, i’ve been talking a lot about change on the blog and how sometimes you just need to know when it’s time to let go of things that aren’t working for you anymore and move on, take the leap and see what happens. and while i totally believe this to be true, i can’t help but tell myself “easier said than done”… right?
well, yes and no. of course making big decisions is hard. It’s scary. we don’t know how it’s going to end up. it could end up being the wrong decision, but it could also end up being the right decision, the best decision you have ever made. and, even if it doesn’t, this motivation mondays post is going to put it all into perspective for us:
correct me if i’m wrong, but i think this is a pretty simple concept. wouldn’t you rather know that something wasn’t the right decision than wonder what might have happened? at least failing at something means that you tried. you can’t fail if you don’t try, but i almost see not trying and never knowing as a bigger failure than trying and having something not work out. don’t you?
links to make this monday morning a little more bearable…
1) BEST NEWS IN A LONG TIME. LET’S F*CKING GO.
2) i love lena dunham for many reasons. mainly being because homegirl doesn’t give a f*ck what people think about her and isn’t afraid to be honest with the world about what she’s doing and why she’s doing it. in a society so plagued by superficial things like appearance and weight, i thought this was a great reminder of the mental benefits of exercise, which don’t often get talked about.
3) last but not least… a few weeks ago, a family friend’s dog was hit by a speeding car and required emergency surgery for broken legs and dislocated hips, among other things. she’s doing great, but their vet bills are over $15,000. a friend of theirs started a gofundme to help them offset some of the costs. if you can donate, every little bit helps.
have an amazing week everyone… what’s on the agenda?!
image courtesy of but first, coffee
motivation mondays: week 29
so… mondays are definitely a little easier when the weather is seasonally appropriate… amiright?! loving that this morning I was able to leave my apartment in a spring jacket and scarf… i think the parka and winter clothes are ready to be retired. i know i’m ready for sandals, dresses, shorts and t-shirts… which might all still be a little ways off in the distance, but at least i feel like we’re getting closer!
a friend of mine sent me this quote last week and it was just too perfect. i knew immediately that i was going to use it for this week’s motivation mondays post… leave it to louise hay to drop some serious truthbombs.
this one really resonated with me and it’s so simple and so obvious that i can’t believe it was the first time i had ever heard it. or maybe i had heard it before, but wasn’t in a place where i was able to accept it and make it a part of my mentality.
i’ve spent years and years being hard on myself, scrutinizing myself in ways that i would never, in a million years, scrutinize my family or friends… or anyone for that matter really. i think we all do it, at least from time to time. and why? what’s the purpose of it? it’s not helpful, it makes you feel like sh*t and most likely is only digging you further into the hole you’re looking to get out of. not only that, but talking sh*t about yourself around other people gives them permission to talk sh*t about themselves. so often i find myself in the middle of conversations where everyone is just bashing themselves and it’s terrible. it just allows the vicious cycle to continue.
i saw this video made by dove a couple of weeks ago, and this little “experiment” was an eye opener for me. take a look:
i mean… it brings up an interesting question… would you ever say some of the things you say to yourself to your friends? your mom? your sister? you’re frenemies even? i don’t think so. so what makes it okay to say these things to yourself?
take some time this week to really pay attention to your thoughts and how many negative, hurtful things you say to/about yourself on a daily basis. write them down if you have to.
maybe, if we change the way we think about and talk to ourselves, the way we see ourselves will start to change and the progress we’re looking for will start to come a little bit easier. what do you have to lose? again, it’s not like criticizing yourself has gotten you anywhere anyways.
links to some good stuff for this week:
1) it might be the day after easter, but this was just too good.
2) this buzzfeed quiz kinda goes with today’s motivation mondays theme. what kind of beautiful are you?
3) last but not least, if you’re not signed up for my weekly newsletter, i would recommend changing that a$ap. i’m going to be offering something really special to all of my subscribers this week and if you want to get in on it, i would highly suggest subscribing right here!
have an amazing week… and stop being so hard on yourself! i’m going to make an effort to do it myself, so let me know what happens when you stop sh*t talking yourself… i promise it will be only good things!
image courtesy of invoking joy
motivation mondays: week 28
yesterday was my last day of yoga teacher training. talk about bittersweet. i woke up this morning feeling a little weird. not sure what comes next, not sure what i’m going to do with all of this extra time, not sure what my yoga practice will look like now. motivation mondays is something i started as a way to keep all of you [and myself!] inspired to always stay positive and look at the bright side each week. i’m definitely in need of this today, and this quote really did it for me:
even though I’m pretty effing sad, i’m ready to see what happens next. so many times what we view as an end is really just the beginning of something new… maybe even something better than what came before it. i’m going to do everything in my power to make sure I keep a positive spin on this… pratipaksha bhavanam in action… right, yogis?!
a few [other] things:
1) attention new yorkers: eat at egg shop. immediately.
2) i loved this article from zosia mamet on glamour.com about why you don’t have to be the c.e.o. of a multi-million dollar company to be considered successful. you define your own success.
3) i was published on thought catalog last week. if you haven’t seen my article yet, check it out!
have an amazing week… also… is it spring yet?
image courtesy of free people blog
the yoga diaries: pt. iv
well, this is it. my final weekend of yoga teacher training is here! tomorrow, i will take my final exam and teach my final pose to my classmates, and sunday, we’ll be celebrating with yoga, food and champagne… and probably a beer or two, as well… because we seriously all deserve it at this point. i’ve even purchased a new outfit for the occasion… because why wouldn’t i?
i’ve spent the last 12 weeks with some pretty incredible people. i couldn’t have asked for more inspirational and amazing teachers to learn from or have been a part of a more caring, open, honest and just generally effing awesome group of people to go through this training with. yoga teacher training has been something I have wanted to do for several years now, and i used to feel like i was losing out by not having the time for it rightthissecond… i sort of felt like i was putting off where i was headed/what i was doing with my life. looking back, i feel like there’s a reason this whole group was brought together and i owe the universe a major thank you for making sure i was too busy to commit to this until now.
as this 12 weeks wraps up, i’m feeling a couple of different ways. first and foremost, i’m nervous for the final exams… but i’m also pretty confident that we’re all gonna absolutely kill it. i’m beyond ready to have a weekend to myself. i love yoga and everything… but a girl needs a break every so often! i’m excited to be able to start auditioning for teaching positions so i can spread the yoga love and see where this takes me, but I’m also pretty sad to not have this happy, safe place to go to every weekend. on top of all that, i’m seriously confused about what i’m going to do with all of my free time! this has become my routine… a routine i’ve seriously loved… and it’s going to take some serious getting used to not being in it.
one the first day of training, our teachers asked all of us to set a sankulpa, which means “intention” in sanskrit, for the training. my sankulpa has been to be okay with where i am. let go of where i think i should be or where i am in comparison to anyone else. while this started as a teacher training specific intention, i’ve made an effort to apply this to all aspects of my life. and i’m so happy that i did.
i’m feeling like a new person these days. i’m more confident. i’m nicer to myself. i don’t feel as if i need to be in control of every aspect of my life or have every little detail figured out, and i do feel more comfortable going with the flow. while i would never have considered myself an uptight control freak, i do have some type a tendencies that show up here and there. i’ve always been an over-thinker and i’ve slowly learned that there is just no point in going through life fighting with myself to try to reach a certain outcome or make decisions immediately. i’m learning to be perfectly happy with the now, and i think half the fun in life comes from the unknown… not knowing what’s next… going with the flow… and being fully present in the moment.
a lot of people might appear to have it all together. even more people pretend to have it all figured out. and yes, some people do have every aspect of the next 10 years of their lives mapped out to a tee, but honestly, to me, that just seems kinda boring and quite frankly, a little bit sad. who knows what could happen tomorrow? next week? next year? no one.
with all of that being said, i’ve also found a new sense of motivation and with all of the free time i’ll have very, very soon, i’m ready to start putting some of the ideas that have been swirling around in my head into action [but not after a week or so of a little vino, netflix and brunch… god i’ve missed brunch… first]. i have a few trips planned in the coming months [weekends in philly, boston and l.a.], my birthday is at the beginning of may and in june, i’m off to australia [!!!!!!!] for a couple of weeks, so i do have a lot to look forward to. i’m promising myself that i will make an honest effort to remain present enough to enjoy life in the moment, while still having all of these fun things on the horizon.
originally, this series was supposed to last for the duration of my teacher training. one thing i have learned is that going through this training is only the beginning. i will forever be a student of this whole yoga thing, so the yoga diaries will continue. and i also want to continue writing these posts because i’ve really loved translating the yoga philosophies into my own words, applying them to my life and sharing them here.
so, until next time… namaste!
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