Thank you for checking out Two Brown Eyes (TBE). You’re the coolest.
I’m Hannah or Han, the brown eyed girl behind this blog. I’m a twenty-something Indiana University college grad and NASM certified personal trainer.
I just recently returned from the World Race, which is an 11 month mission trip to 11 different countries. I felt God putting missions on my heart instead of finding a full-time job after college. Since returning, I’ve been in the process of figuring out where God wants me next.
I decided to start this blog as a creative way to document my life and share my love for Jesus, fitness, food, and adventure. My passion for a healthy lifestyle goes much deeper than just looking good. I truly believe the most important aspect of living out a healthy lifestyle is your spiritual fitness; the kind that can only come from a relationship with Jesus Christ.
I absolutely adore fitness and all the benefits that come with it. However, I don’t work out and nourish my body because I want people or even myself to idol over my body; I do these things because God commands us to take care of our temples because the Holy Spirit DWELLS within us.
“Do you not know that your bodies are temples of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received from God? You are not your own; you were bought at a price. Therefore honor God with your bodies” 1 Corinthians 6:19-20.
Fitness and health should simply be a way to enhance life, not hinder it. Love yourself where you’re at.
I’m one of those weird people that actually enjoys running and have completed two half marathons so far. I hope to complete plenty more in the future. I’m a fan of lots of other forms of exercise too, such as hiking, weight lifting, boot camp, circuit training, cycling, yoga – I love it all.
I am also a HUUUUGE smoothie lover and will throw anything in there if it has a health benefit. Experimenting in the kitchen and trying new things probably excites me a little too much and I’m not going to lie and say I don’t make it a game to see how many greens I can eat in a day. HOWEVER. Balance is key. Sometimes that chocolate chip cookie or waffle cone is good for the soul.
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*Disclaimer: I am not a doctor, nutritionist, or registered dietitian. Though I am a certified personal trainer, the workouts I post may not be right for you. Please speak with a medical professional before making any changes to your current routine. This blog is just a documentation of my life and the views are based on my own opinions and experiences. None of this content should be taken as medical advice.*