DIY Time Out for Pain Self Care Kit

DIY ‘Time Out for Pain’ Self Care Kit

Today’s DIY ‘Time Out for Pain’ Self Care Kit tutorial and shopping trip has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. It is important to always consult your doctor before using Advil if you are breastfeeding #AdvilRelief #CollectiveBias Hey loves, this DIY “time out for pain” Self Care Kit is super easy to make. It’s filled with fun things to stay busy while on bed rest and includes the perfect remedy for minor pain. Have y’all been formally introduced to my amazing oldest daughter? She’s my twenty-four year old “twin” and mother of my two adorable grandchildren. It’s been so exciting navigating this season of motherhood and family life with her. She’s learning how challenging life can be [Click here to continue reading]

4 Ways to Care for Your Tummy from the Inside Out

4 Ways to Care for Your Tummy from the Inside Out

Check out my top 4 Ways to Care for Your Tummy from the Inside Out. This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #NatureMadeProbiotics #CollectiveBias In the last few weeks I’ve been sharing more of my fitness and eating routines on Instagram and it’s really helped keep me accountable to my goals. I had no idea you all would be as excited and want to know more about how I’m taking care of myself. After returning from Kenya, I had to get back into to groove of excercising and eating properly. I had been off my routine for almost two months with the planning and travel.Now that I’m back in the states and have nailed down [Click here to continue reading]

5-Minute Office Workout

Disclosure: This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. All opinions are mine alone. #StopPainNow #CollectiveBias My husband is my man crush every day and a big reason behind why I got back into exercising after having our fourth child. He is super motivated, loves looking and feeling great. He exercises to keep his endurance up and keep his body in tip-top shape. So when he was plagued with chronic Sciatica, it really took a toll on him physically. Sciatica is a pain that extends from the back down through the lower leg. It usually goes away in about six weeks with rest, but my husbands lasted and worsened for three years. He drives for a living so he’s sitting a lot and we [Click here to continue reading]

5 Tummy Flattening Exercise Tutorials

These 5 tummy flattening exercises, protein shake recipes and shopping trip have been compensated by EAS Sports Nutrition. #easbrand #PowerinProtein Being a wife and momma is the most challenging work I do. It takes a lot of sacrifice that I willingly give even to my own detriment.  Sometimes I’ve given so much, that I didn’t leave enough for myself. My husband saw that, which he admired, but he felt it wasn’t healthy to give everything to the family and not take care of myself. I wasn’t eating like I should, dressing up or exercising.  We sat down and made some changes so that I could take care of my health and well being. This included planning meals I liked and exercising. When I started eating [Click here to continue reading]

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4 Ways to Make Morning Workouts Simpler

Today I’m sharing 4 Ways to Make Morning Workouts Simpler. The post and my shopping trip is sponsored. All opinions are mine alone. #ListerineBOLD   Do you want to be the fittest YOU this summer? If so, I’m going to help you. We’re going to start by putting together a game plan to make sure you get to the gym a few days a week. Exercising is one of the best ways to feel good from the inside out. If you’ve been considering working out, you should do it. I don’t know of too many things that will make you feel energized from the inside out other than exercising. One of my biggest struggles with exercising consistently was the time it took to get ready and [Click here to continue reading]

Sun’s out guns out fitness update

I’m so glad the weather is warming up again. It makes it so much easier to get up and go to the gym when it’s bright and sunny outside.  I’ve been switching up my routine a bit and becoming more focused on muscle building versus muscle definition. So I’ve been doing less reps with heavier weights when weight training. I’ll probably continue doing this for about another month and then go back to toning the muscle I’ve built over the summer.  I had loss some muscle and my strength decreased during November and December because I wasn’t exercising as much. It took about eight weeks for me to get back my strength and lose a few inches around my mid section, I’d gained over the [Click here to continue reading]