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Tough Love

#MOMGOALS series with guest blogger Ashley Jones Often times people assume that since I have a smile on my face in pictures and that I workout everyday, that I love it. That I crap rainbows and sunshine and ride around on a unicorn all dang day 🤣 Well NEWSFLASH I don't. I never have and… Continue reading Tough Love

fitness · Health & Lifestyle · Postpartum · Trying to Conceive

Baby Steps (pun intended)

#MOMGOALS series with guest blogger Ashley Jones Now, to the taking action part... Getting healthy doesn't have to be all or nothing, or a complete overhaul of your entire life at once. I often encourage my clients to take a "stepwise" approach, especially if they are just starting out on their journey. Ways to take… Continue reading Baby Steps (pun intended)

fitness · Health & Lifestyle · Postpartum

#itsalifestylenotadiet

#MOMGOALS series with guest blogger Ashley Jones Want to know my secret..... I don't diet. Now before you roll your eyes and curse me out 🤣 bare with me!   See in the past whenever I wanted to lose weight, I would cut calories in an unhealthy way and I would exercise in an unhealthy… Continue reading #itsalifestylenotadiet

Health & Lifestyle · Mothering · Postpartum · Time Management

#momgoals – Guest blogger series w/Ashley Jones

It’s early January and we are all running rampant on our 2018 New Year’s resolutions, am I right? Like clockwork, every January 1 I make a couple of personal goals for myself (most include losing weight, eating healthy, cutting back on the wine….) but by March 1, they are usually out the window. Even earlier… Continue reading #momgoals – Guest blogger series w/Ashley Jones

General

2018: The year of ME

The holiday season is over! While I am sad to see it go (I am a nut for Christmas), this mama needs a break! Between the decorating, shopping, wrapping, baking, etc., I am pooped. Not to mention that both girls were sick for 80% of my “vacation” (ear infections all around, multiple bouts of vomit,… Continue reading 2018: The year of ME