How Busy People Eat Healthy – Tips To Autopilot Your Way To Better Health

Eating healthy is essential but it doesn't have to be a drag or a hassle! I picked up some fun accessories from Kohl's and made my Sunday meal prep and Sunday dinner much easier and fun too!  #MakeYourmove

If you don’t eat healthy, nobody will do it for you!  I’ve learned from my time marathon training, that no matter how much you work out- if your diet sucks, you will never lose weight or perform at your best.  At times, I have focused on running and cross training, food was an afterthought- leading

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Get Your Beauty Sleep!  4 Ways To Get Better Sleep TONIGHT

Get better sleep with these 4 tips!

I’m serious, you need to sleep better.  While searching through my Pinterest feed to find some #MakeYourMove motivation, I found a plethora of healthy living pins related to eating, exercise and even the importance of sunscreen- but one underrated key to health is simply the importance of getting a good night’s sleep.  Granted, most of

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How To Save On Barre, Yoga, & Cycle Classes

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I’ll admit it, I’m a commitment-phobe. When it comes to shelling out $250 for anything, let alone a workout class, I immediately retreat back to my Pilates DVDs from 2002. However, the more I hear about these upcoming fitness trends (SoulCycle, anyone?) the more I’m intrigued to give it a second look. Although a typical

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The Top Reasons People Fail To Get Healthy

Plan to fail or fail to plan!  Get ready to #makeyourmove for a healthy 2015 with these tips

For several years now, I’ve been working on getting better about my health. If anyone knows their way around an excuse to workout- it’s typically been me.  When I started to get serious about my health, I found that I originally experienced the typical setbacks everyone faces and it usually meant that I experienced a

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Healthy Living Is A Habit #BeActiv

Viactiv gummies and chews for delicious, healthy living

This year, I’ve been blogging a lot about how healthy habits should be thoughtful, deliberate and consistent.  Since many of us start the year of trying to aggressively turn around years of less than ideal habits, many of us fall off the wagon all too quickly.  In 2015, unlike in years past (like where I

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