Sunday, December 31, 2017

8 Fun KPop Workouts for the New Year


Getting in shape is usually the Number 1 New Years Resolution year after year... 

It's also the Number 1 New Years Resolution dropped!


Usually busy schedules, family duties and just it seeming like an overall chore is one of many reasons why I and most others drop this resolution.

But thankfully I've found an easy solution to this woe!

Personally, I've found that I'm more eager to do things (specifically workout) when there's familiarity and good memories attached, i.e. listening to Kpop gives me memories of when I lived in Korea, my first concerts there etc. So why not add Kpop music to my workout?

Sounds simple right? It's even more simple since I've comprised a list for you!

But before jumping in I want to share 3 tips on finding the best Kpop workouts for you.

Things I look for in a Kpop workout:

1) Easy steps to follow along to (descriptive words to the explain next move.)

2) Easy Moves (repetitive moves that are easy to memorize because we're not trying to try out for a dance team here!)

3) A fun atmosphere!

And that's it! This list is just to get you started. Hopefully you'll dig in and find the many fun Kpop workouts out there.

So here are 8 Fun Kpop Workouts to try this New Year 2018!

1. Twice - Signal by Fittoakay



Monday, September 4, 2017

New Life in Chicago!

Wow hello everyone!!!

It literally has been a year and 7 months since I've blogged. That's crazy right? Literally during that entire time I had no enthusiasm to write.

Just none.

99.9% had to do with me being back in my boring hometown of Kansas City. There's just nothing to do! I mean yeah, if you like drinking all night long or are a stay at home mom with 5 kids and likes to spend the day at Target then yeah, it's the most coolest place ever! But lo and behold neither of those are me.

I'm 28 (29 in November), single (was in a relationship for almost 2 years but I'll tell you about that later), no kids (thank you Jesus) and have traveled the world! I want to hang out with my well traveled and open-minded friends at a cool coffee shop then go to karaoke and sing the entire BigBang MADE album and end the night with bulgogi and sam gyeop sal!

I kind of was able to do that in Kansas City thanks to my great friend (and only friend in Kansas City) Carol. She showed me this back end of a strip mall that was literally a "Little Korea" with a Thai, Korean &Japanese restaurant, a Korean grocery store, a Korean stationary store and freaking Tour Les Jours. Yes! Can you believe they opened one in Kansas City? ME neither. So with her, once a month we'd escape to Little Korea but other than that life has been a bore.


But....
Things are now a changing!