today, i ran…
…but it wasn’t for me.
i’d never claim i’m in better shape than i am, but this race wasn’t all that…
to my friends, family, and loved ones. without further ado, i’d like to introduce you to the songs i wrote 3 years ago (hence the 3 year old picture of me as the album art) that have sat collecting cobwebs and creating anxiety since. some of you may have heard these songs, but i’m thinking a lot of you probably have not. these songs were part of the first push i gave to a non-existent solo career after leaving hey monday. i’ve uploaded them to itunes, which means it will take just a few days for them to become available, but i was excited, wanted to let you all know now, and want everyone to have the chance to be ready to scoop it up when it hits the digital music shelves everywhere.
thanks in advance for your love and support.
1. Hate Your Heart Out
2. Hey Hey! Oh Oh!
3. Fast Times At Spotswood High
4. Love, Love, Love.
5. In The Summertime
6. My Girl (Ain’t Nothin’ Crazy)
and of course something to listen to while you wait to pick up the whole ep. enjoy <3
On July 31st, 2012 I was feeling really proud of myself. I had finished the X Factor: ST Workout, an eight week HIT program designed to build strength and flexibility with body weight exercises. No weights, no equipment; just you, a mat, and a DVD player.
I had finished all eight weeks and was…
Just did my yearly measurement check.
(I should really do these more consistently.)
this is extremely impressive. good things come to those who stick to their plan and bust their asses. congratulations on the progress steph. happy to see your reaching some great results. keep at it! and post more!
WARNING: I’M ABOUT TO PREACH
in colorado, when you spend a certain amount of money at the grocery store on select items, you get coupons for discounts on athletic clothes. can anyone say “STATE WITH THE LOWEST OBESITY RATE” with me?!
if only the rest of this country would get its shit together and stop super sizing all of the garbage and start glorifying healthy lifestyles.
Does a child have a chance, being born into a clinically obese family? Or are they “doomed”, so to speak, from the start?
i can see, it took so long just to realize, i’m much too strong not to compromise. now i see what i am is holding me down - i’ll turn it around, yes, i will.
winning a world renowned athletic event is “pretty rad”… cheating at that sport, IF proven to be so, is “cowardly foolish”… but helping save lives from a gnarly sickness that is overtaking our world is, for a lack of better word, “angelic” .. and tops them both. lay off the man that’s raised more money and put a lifes-worth more effort than you have to into helping save others… oh, and #livestrong
Nonetheless, I have no intention of sitting still regardless [of] what anybody says. I am not banned from life. Period. I will continue to push myself and push others. There are a lot of other physical challenges out there and I plan on finding them and testing myself and continuing to spread the LIVESTRONG message worldwide.