Can you become heart healthier in February? I’ve designed a new tracker to help you do just that…and I want to invite you to get a jump on your goals by joining me and committing to eat healthy next week (January 30 – February 3)!
Have you ever lost weight only to gain it back? Are you holding on to regrets, wishing things were the way they used to be? Has your focus on things in the past affected your ability to move forward? More »
Do you feel overwhelmed? Does life get in the way of what you really want to be doing? Have you become lost in your identity as a mom? More »
Have you got a lot going on right now?
Do you find you have lost some motivation with your goals?
How about joining me and decorating a tree in December?! This chart will take you right up to the New Year, and help you move closer to your goals! More »
What is it about stickers and a goal tracker that helps so much staying on track with our fitness goals? I don’t know, but it works!! I hope my goal trackers help you stay on track, too. Before I share the tracker, let me first tell you about a slow cooker recipe swap I’m hosting this week on Facebook. I’ve invited friends who are part of my Strong in ’16 group. I would love for you to join me in that group, where we can encourage one another in our health and fitness goals. Just click here and request to join! And if you want to get in on the recipe swap going on this week, comment on this post or send me a message.
Now, on to the November goal tracker!! More »
“Mama, why aren’t they wearing clothes?”
That question caught me by surprise. It was asked by one of my kids as I was working out. The women in that DVD workout were wearing sports bras and little booty shorts; the men were wearing shorts, with some (actually most) shirtless.
“Well,” I answered, “that’s just how they work out.”
It got me thinking, though.
When I go to the gym, when I teach a class, when I workout at home or in public, how do I dress? Not like the people in that particular program. I might be wearing spandex but I dress much more modestly.