Having a plan around what you’ll be eating this Nutcracker Season is an awesome way to ensure that you’re eating well. Cooking at home means you’re in control of what’s in your food and you can focus on quality ingredients.
My name is Brittany Shinay and I am a classically trained dancer pursuing a musical theater career in New York City. I am very happy and honored to have this opportunity to share a bit of my background as a
Living in a dorm can definitely be a transition. You go from having food readily available in your family’s kitchen to waiting until the dining hall is open and then walk across campus for breakfast. You have to put a
You don’t wake up one morning and decide, I’m going to torture my body and mind by starting an eating disorder today. It’s something that develops over time. I can trace my eating disorder back to when I was 15.
You’re likely well into a new season of dancing. If you’ve been following a balanced meal plan, fueling yourself as needed and dancing throughout the day you’ve likely regained much of your strength and dancer’s physique. If you haven’t, stay
Sarah Farnsley is a fellow Butler University grad who has had a successful freelance dance career for many years. Here she shares her passion, motivation and what being a “Whole Dancer” means to her. As a 3 year old my
Kale salad is so easy and delicious and versatile. You can make a big batch at least once a week and pack it for lunch or have it as a side at breakfast or dinner. You can even sauté it
I’m so thrilled to share this guest post from Tanya of Bulletproof Ballerina. She’s my go to gal for all things strength and cross – training for dancers. You can check her out here and check out some recent podcasts
Hi, my name is Jessie Frazier! I’m a freelance dancer and teacher in the Philadelphia area. I’ve danced with companies such as BalletFleming, Ballet 180, Dance Del Bello, as well as independent projects in Philly and Kansas City. After graduating
So now you’re probably saying, ‘ok…then what is?!’ First, let’s look at the things that really aren’t keeping you from reaching your body goals. Your Metabolism – a common scapegoat, do you ever have that feeling that you just have