Liv’s Top 12 Workout Songs Right Now

For me, when it comes to running everything begins and ends with Cascada. Also, I love old Lil’ Wayne music, so usually my mixes include a couple of each of those artists.

Here are my favorite songs to run to currently:

  1. Every Time We Touch – Cascada 
  2. Sky Is The Limit – Lil’ Wayne
  3. It Get’s Better – Fun.
  4. Bootylicious – Destiny’s Child
  5. Die Young – Ke$ha
  6. Everybody Loves Me – One Republic
  7. Up All Night – One Direction
  8. Work Hard, Play Hard – Wiz Khalifa
  9. I Want You To Want Me – Letters to Cleo
  10. Upgrade U – Lil’ Wayne
  11. Live While We’re Young – One Direction
  12. San Francisco – Cascada

(If you click on the songs you’ll be able to listen to them on Grooveshark!)

Hope everyone is having a great weekend!

Love,
Liv

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“Letting down barriers to be open to existence”

I always feel better after yoga. However, when I get busy it tends to be the first thing to go. Plus, the cost of classes can add up fast, especially when you have an entry-level job and are trying to save your money!

A lot of cities have opportunities for free community group fitness classes. You just have to know where to look! Do a Google search with your city and the type of class you’re looking for. On the top of my head, I can think of two weekly free yoga classes, a couple running groups and a CrossBoot class just in the Tampa area.

This past weekend, my friend Angela and I went to a free yoga class in downtown Tampa being put on by Downtown Tampa Yoga. It was a great class on a beautiful Florida Fall evening and the perfect way to start my week!

Towards the end of the class the instructor recited this quote:

“Letting down barriers to be open to existence”

I love this because in order to live a life full of loving people and experiences, you have to be able to let down barriers and let others in.

It’s always nice to have a reminder. It helps keep your mind and heart balanced on what is most important.

Love,
Liv

“Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it.” – Rumi