Posts filed under: Fitness

I work a lot. I spend most the day sitting down, in front of my computer. So, when people suggest that I exercise more, not just to lose weight, but for my mental health, I cringe. The most exercise I...
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For almost 10 years, at least one of my children has begged me for a trampoline.  It appeared on every Christmas list, every birthday wish list and came up in conversation just about anytime they went to their friend’s houses...
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It’s the SUMMER! For us Floridians, that means, it’s consecutive days of RAIN! You weren’t expecting that, were ya? It feels like we have more sunny days in the Winter than in the Summer. So while all of you out-of-staters...
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Dear Fat Girl, I see you.  You are trying not to be seen.  You have on your old, baggy clothing and very little makeup. You don’t want to attract attention to yourself, even though you know that people are looking....
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If there’s one activity that I can count on to get my girls out of the house and away from their technology, it’s bike riding!  Whether we are riding through our neighborhood, through a park or just in circles, in...
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*Special thanks to Ryan for being an awesome guest blogger!  Enjoy these 6 awesome at-home exercises for busy moms As a busy mom, finding the time (or the money) to workout with a personal trainer can be extremely hard. Just making it...
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This post is sponsored by Garmin, but all opinions are my own. When my husband and I decided to get fit and healthy this year, we knew that we needed each other for moral support if we were really going...
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It’s hard to believe that February has come to an end and I’m 2 months into my new, healthier lifestyle.  I can’t say that this month has been easy. In fact, it was probably more difficult than I’d ever imagined....
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Do you have a specific weight in mind that absolutely terrifies you?  I did and in early December, I stepped on the scale and I had surpassed that frightening number.  I remember staring at the scale, with tears in my...
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What did you do for fun when you were a child?  I remember spending a lot of time outside, bouncing a ball against my grandparent’s garage door, riding my bike, swimming and playing with my neighborhood friends. Now, with three...
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