Hey y’all! I’m Heather and welcome to my page giving a trendy spin to fitness and fashion!
If you are an 80’s baby, you remember the days of “A/S/L,” so here goes: I am a 30-something Orthopaedic physical therapist living and working in Raleigh, North Carolina. My objective with the blog and social media spots is to provide a multidimensional look into a few of my favorite things – being fit AND having a healthy musculoskeletal system, as well as showing it off in my favorite clothing trends!
Professionally, I am Board Certified in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy. This essentially means that I decided I loved studying and extra work, and completed specialty training to focus on rehabilitation of orthopaedic injury. I have a passion for helping others heal and reach peak levels of performance safely for return to recreational sport. However, if you ask any of my friends, I also have a wealth of knowledge regarding exercise for general fitness. I believe that being physically fit does not always correlate with having a healthy musculoskeletal system, so I have a passion for helping folks achieve their fitness goals while preventing injury.
And, if you work hard to feel good and look good, then show it off, right? I haven’t always had the best fashion sense. Keep checking in for a few #tbt(s) and you will definitely have a good laugh. My penchant for clothes really developed when I started feeling more confident in myself. The confidence in my physique really developed when I started living an active lifestyle. Since then, I love clothes! This love can somewhat be a little tricky with a job in healthcare when the standard physical therapist uniform is either khakis + polo + sneaks or scrubs (shudder). The inner fashion girl I want to be sometimes has to take a break Monday thru Friday (afternoon).
Welcome to my page and thanks for following along! Hopefully you’ll get outfit inspo, fitness tips, see a few cute pictures of Dean dog, and have a few good laughs as I try to stumble through this thing called blogging.
Word of caution: good grammar is a thing of the past due to years of short hand medical notes, so my apologies for loving commas and/or run-on sentences.