I know how hard it is to eat healthy all the time and stick to a workout plan. It's work! But, the more you do something the easier—and more enjoyable—the moves become. The same goes for healthy eating. I know you can do it!
That craving for a bag of Doritos can be satisfied with the click of a vending machine button. But, the feeling after eating them might not be worth it. Trade in that craving for a delicious fat-burning snack or workout session with your friend for more long-term and healthier results. You can eat a lot of… Continue reading Monday Motivation: Healthy Food, Happy Body!
Fast food and many pre-packaged foods and snacks contain high levels trans fat, sugar, sodium, and carbs. Choose whole foods such fresh fruits and veggies, whole grains, and lean proteins to help lower your fat, sugar, and cholesterol intakes.
Each person has their own time and pace when it comes to working out, losing weight, adopting healthy cooking styles, even just going about their day. That doesn’t mean you can’t do it, though! As a new mom, I remember some nights thinking that I couldn't do it! It was just too hard and the… Continue reading Monday Motivation: Believe in yourself!
We've all had moments of weakness during a workout or while trying to adhere to a healthy meal plan. The trick is to remember those key reasons you started in the first place. If you're getting fit for your family, or trying to do activities together, make an inspiration board with positive sayings and photos… Continue reading Monday Motivation: Remember your goals!
This is the hardest part. The first step. As a mom to a 3 month old, I can say that waking up is hard enough. When you add in the breast-feedings, middle of the night soothing, and diaper changes; well, now you're just pushing it. But, getting out of the house for 20-30 minutes for… Continue reading Monday Motivation: Taking the first step!
Your body knows it can do it, but sometimes it takes your brain a little longer to process the information. Don't let anything or anyone—even yourself—stand between you and your goals.