About Me

Hi ya’ll and welcome to Beyoutifully Healthy!! I’m Kristyn and I am so glad you are here!!

Here you will find blogs on living a life that makes you happy, loving yourself, and learning healthy tips that fit you: Live, Love, Learn! There will be a mix of personal stories, researched advice, helpful tips and much more! My goal is to write blogs that would’ve helped me when I was trying to figure this whole crazy healthy lifestyle thing out. My hope is that you realize you are beautiful just the way you are and that “healthy” is so many different things; which means that you can find the exact way that fits you. The purpose of this blog is to inspire you to live a healthy lifestyle that makes you happy and that you love.

I have been a serious athlete (volleyball) for the past 5 years including currently being a collegiate volleyball player–so I know a thing or two about nutrition, workouts and living healthy. This has always interested me, but the past 8 months or so I have been really into researching and reading articles about nutrition, fitness and health. Part of this started because of my over-obsession with being healthy which turned into the very early stages of a minor eating disorder.* Through the process of trying to recover, I have researched and read my heart out about the topics I will be blogging to you. I am passionate about living a fully “healthy lifestyle” (although to be real: sometimes it can be hard and this will certainly be a place for plenty of encouragement for that) and have a love for sharing my knowledge and information.** I hope to bring you tips, encouragement and someone you can relate to with a few laughs along the way. Healthy isn’t a size, a number on a scale or a “look”, healthy is your own unique lifestyle that fits you!

I hope this site helps you as much as the information and writing it has helped me.

Stay Beyoutifully Healthy!

*This was not an official diagnosis. Orthorexia Nervosa is not currently recognized as a clinical diagnosis, but many people (me) struggle with the symptoms associated with it.

**While I do have a lot of knowledge and information, I am not a professional. I will be giving tips and advice, but it is important to consult with a professional doctor, psychologist, etc. if you feel you need help.