About Us

ABOUT Taldemiamibeach

When you…

  • want to be fitter and healthier but don’t know where to start 
  • hate diets because eating being strict never works (it really doesn’t)
  • believe you need to live in the gym to be fit (you don’t)
  • or think “Is this it?” in regards to your life

…read my blog instead.

Health and fitness are confusing as shit. I know. I write about them for a living.

Sure, we have science and general guidelines for how to lead a healthier life, but even those are confusing; the only thing that everyone agrees on is to eat more vegetables. Can’t go wrong with more vegetables (unless you hate ’em), but there’s gotta be more to it than just gulping down kale smoothies.

FitnGeeky is a blog, a community, and maybe a loosely scribbled road map (like not even with nice markers but, like, with crayons) for you to observe and learn how to take your own health, your life, and your dreams seriously.

Haaaaaave you met me?

If you don’t know the television series How I Met Your Mother, that poor attempt to break the ice was probably lost on you, yet it also summarily prepares you for what you can expect of this blog: awkwardness, quirkiness, coffee-driven existentialism, and fart jokes.

I’m Stephanie. That’s me in the picture on the right. Sexy, right?

The turkey leg, I mean.

I started FitnGeeky on YouTube on August 2014 for fun to show my takes on life and fitness.

These days, I’m a wandering freelance writer and “digital nomad”, bouncing from place to place and always being on the lookout for good food, anime, and ways to keep me healthy in body and mind and full of joy–no matter where I am.

A lot of the articles I write for other media outlets are widely read and cover a variety of health and fitness topics. I feel the warm fuzzies helping people look past all the fad diet bullshit and toxic “fitspiration” messages on social media.

You can look forward to that on my blog as well, but with more unhinged ramblings, tangents, travel shenanigans, and nonsensical brain dumps. I’ll be the first to admit that I’m not for everyone. Some have said I’ve helped them unlock their own adventures; some just shake their head; and still others are along for the ride.

You be the judge.