I've tried blogging before. That was a joke. I thought it'd be easy to write a small fitness tip every day. That lasted all of a few weeks. Overall, I think I have started and ended at least 3-4 different blogs. I learned that blogging simply wasn't for me. BUT, I have things to say, and a new blog is how I plan to do that. It comes down to the fact that I don't enjoy writing, but I need to do it. (I think having a father who was a sports writer, and was so critical of my papers growing up, took all the enjoyment out of it). I even tried to learn to like it, and wrote articles for a local newspaper on health and fitness for a while. But it ended, simply because I just didn't enjoy writing. I am a huge proponent of spending your time doing more of the things that you do enjoy. We only have the moment we live in, so choose to spend it doing things that make you happy.
So, as you read this blog, don't expect it to be perfect grammar. Don't expect to see regular posts. Don't expect much of anything. Just expect that when I do write a post, it's because I have something important to say. Sometimes it may not be "nice." But it will always be the truth. My truth. So, stay tuned for more of what's coming up and for the upcoming Part 1 of my journey to Mississippi.
Abby Malmstrom M.S. is an exercise physiologist, certified personal trainer, group fitness instructor, wellness coach, and "real food" nutritionist. Her life as an active duty military spouse takes her all over the world, allowing her to influence, teach, and connect with folks in communities she never even dreamed of reaching. Life's an adventure, so stay tuned for the ride! It's time to "Eat Well, Move Well, Think Well, Be Well."