Motherhood can make you feel stronger than you’ve ever felt before.
It’s true! Not only have you grown a little human being inside of you, you then gave birth, you’ve raised this little being with your whole heart, body and mind – and it takes strength to do so!
Yet no matter how strong we may feel, sometimes our physical strength just doesn’t match up. At least, that’s how I feel when it comes to my abdomen muscles and pelvic floor. View Post
Becoming a vegan is not as hard as you think it might be, but going vegan as a family can be a bit tricky! I’ve quickly discovered that going vegan is easy when you make an abundance of delicious vegan meals – crowding out whatever meat and dairy may have been in your diet before with an abundance of veggies, whole grains, and plant-based proteins.
Yes, going vegan can be easy. But throw in an 11 year old that won’t eat onions or peppers, and a 5 year old whose dream diet consists of pizza and cheeseburgers, and suddenly going vegan as a family becomes a little more difficult. Here are some tips and tricks I’ve learned this past week on how to go vegan as a family without losing your mind!
Do you remember when the Fitbit first came out years ago? Women everywhere were getting them for Christmas, for birthdays, or just because it was the coolest, newest thing – and everyone was obsessed with it. I would see people in the grocery store wearing their FitBits, my Facebook feed regularly included a Fitbit meme, and people bragged about their steps on IG.
I rolled my eyes at all of it. View Post
Today is Day Two to a Healthier Me!
I’m still feeling super motivated and excited about the changing our lifestyles and heading on a healthier path. Which is great but being the eternal realist I know that the feeling will probably dissipate over the next few weeks and I have to be prepared for that!
And I’m still getting the hang of trying to cook vegan, quickly, easily, and without thinking. Today I worked in the Village, out of the house. I started my day off with water and lemon, and then a green smoothie (spinach, goji berries, mango, flax meal, protein powder, almond milk), which held me over for a while. I got a matcha latte (made with soy milk) and a vegan energy ball at a cafe, where I worked for a while. View Post
Today is Day One to a healthier me.
I’ve embarked on a 90 days journey for my health. Why? What do I hope to achieve at the end of these 90 days? I want to lose weight, of course but that’s not all. I want to feel stronger in my body, I want to keep up with my kids, and I want to be happy with myself. I want to feel healthy.
And I’ve got to start somewhere.
So today is the first of my 90 days to health, and I want to share with you how I’m doing this. View Post
For years and years I’ve moaned on about how I need to lose some weight. That the baby weight is sticking around. Trying different diets and adding things to my diet and hoping for some type of long term result but never seeing any real change. It’s getting frustrating.
I’ve made some small changes in these past few months. I’ve attempted to put myself first instead of always last in the family, I’ve added smoothies for breakfast and I start my day off with lemon water. I’ve been more aware of what I’ve been eating, but then I go for days eating heavy meals and lots of alcohol. I’ll lose 5 pounds and gain 10 back. View Post
You guys! I can’t wait for Wanderlust Whistler – it happens one week from now!! My last experience at Wanderlust was three whole years ago, and I have such fond memories of the amazing people I met (some of whom I’m still friends with now!), the delicious food I ate, the music and the varieties of yoga classes I was exposed to.
In case you have no idea what Wanderlust is, it’s an incredible festival focusing on yoga, music, and wellness that take place all over the world in awe-inspiring locations. Wanderlust Whistler is from August 3rd – 6th, and the schedule is packed full of amazing yoga classes, inspirational talks, outdoor activities, and fun experiences. View Post