Creating long-term, sustainable change in your life isn’t easy, but it’s the only way to get from where you are now to where you want to be. Here are 3 steps to kickstart your journey to personal growth and help you embrace the art of possibility.
One of the most effective ways to slice through the brutal fog of self-loathing, woe, and general not-good-enoughness like the Ninja you are is to actively seek a more joyous life. Here are six ways you can start nailing the sh*t out of your life right now.
Wondering how the recent travel ban affects you and those in your life or how you can get involved to make your voice heard? Join Michael Littig at the next MFF Salon where, as a community, we’ll begin to unpack the refugee crisis.
Here at MFF, we’re used to building up our muscles… whether that be with kettlebell swings, squats, or bench presses. As we each continue on our health and hotness journeys into February, I’d love to introduce another “muscle” for us to flex: our kindness and compassion muscle.
If you’re a living, breathing human being, you have undoubtedly sabotaged yourself. Self-sabotage represents a special kind of pain that, over time, I’ve come to recognize as a gift. Here’s why.
Tasty treats are everywhere during the holidays, and it’s easy to feel like you’re falling off the wagon when it comes to indulging. Here’s a mind shift that’ll keep you in the driver’s seat.
When everything is weighing you down and you don’t want to show up – at the gym or in life – what gives you the will to continue the fight? Michael Littig offers some timely reflections on strength, ritual, and determination…
Only one person can give you permission to ask for what you want in life. Where are you seeking permission from someone or something other than yourself?
Wanna live a happy life? Go after it. Happiness isn’t a byproduct of our environment, it’s a choice to pursue deep inner contentment. Just ask Brian Patrick Murphy.
To my dearest Ninjas, I’ve been asked to share some thoughts with our tribe and, if at all possible, offer a glimmer of solace in a very challenging moment. I’ll start by saying, at first I was reluctant to write you. I feel nervous and unsure if I’m equipped to offer anything helpful. Or if …