Entries by thesaucysuperfox

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“Best Way to Heal from a Break-up”

At 43, I feel as if I’ve put the cat to shame, because this derby girl is working on her 10thor possibly 11thlife. Each phase of my life has provided struggles. It wasn’t that I lost my mom at 25, struggled with bi-polar disorder or checked into rehab – it was after a break-up. I […]

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5 Ways to Improve, Love and Get Results with Your Cardio Workout

Talking about fitness is a conversation in which everyone will engage. You don’t have to be a meathead, ultra-marathoner or avid tennis player. In fact, you could be a bride discussing her wedding–goalsize, a woman who got shit as a teenager in P.E., or a stroke survivor whose doctor hasn’t given the “return to normal […]

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Super Fox Sauce: “I hate working out.” 5 Tips to Improve Exercise Motivation

In American society, women often sweep their needs under a rug. One of the biggest is self-care. Self-care includes many things: body wellness, mental wellness and soul food [spiritual care.] Women have more responsibilities than ever before, which brings less time, extra stress and body neglect. Over the years, I have found a couple of […]

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Super Fox Sauce: Why “Forgiveness” is the best thing for healing.

  Challenge: Forgive yourself for a mistake you’ve made. Even if you think you don’t deserve it. (Period. No judgement.)         Share! Tell me about the guilt you felt about something you did. Have you forgiven yourself? Or not? Why? (Post your experience in the “Comment Box” below.)   How do I forgive myself when I’ve […]

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Super Fox Sauce: Stop the excuses, and bury the martyr thinking.

“I’ll never be able to…,” “I didn’t grow up with money…” “I lived in an abusive house…” are my favorite starts to a long list of life excuses. At one time, I was comforted by creating excuses. Removing accountability for choices was much easier than owning responsibility towards the outcome. There was always a reason […]

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Mystical Moon: I am My Own “Badass”

Most of us have to [consciously]do a lot of emotional work to uncover the truth beneath layers of denial. This is hard work. It’s tough to be willing to weed-out the negativity within and replace with divine tranquility. You can begin by remembering a traumatic experience. Was this so overwhelming you did everything you could […]