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Eat These Pancakes…

Eat These Pancakes…

I’ve been searching for a pancake recipe that I feel good about serving to my family.  They want Aunt Jemima, and I want something healthy. I’m doing my best to meet them somewhere in the middle where healthy overlaps with delicious.  Many of the ‘healthy’…

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Learning to Navigate the Space Between Obsessive Eating and Impulsive Eating

Learning to Navigate the Space Between Obsessive Eating and Impulsive Eating

This week I want to give you guys a practical way of reevaluating the way we eat.  The goal here is to learn how to navigate the space between obsessive, strict eating and impulsive, overindulgence to get to a place of balance, moderation and ENJOYMENT.  Because,…

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Training Your Lady Parts: How do I even know if I’m doing a Kegel?

Training Your Lady Parts: How do I even know if I’m doing a Kegel?

This topic can be frustrating sometimes, I know!  There have been times in my life when I’ve had difficulty myself in connecting to my deep core. There were two times in my life when I had experienced urinary incontinence due to illness and injury. I…

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Pre-natal Exercise Q & A

Pre-natal Exercise Q & A

In my last newsletter I shared some of my own pre and post-natal exercise blunders from my first pregnancy (because we’re all constantly learning!) I also gave my mamas access to my list of tips + tricks for exercising safely with abdominal separation and a…

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Setbacks + Self Care

Setbacks + Self Care

Earlier this week I shared a really personal story in my newsletter about a sudden setback that I was faced with.  I also shared my own personal strategy for dealing with these types of setbacks. If you want all the juicy dirt, you can sign up…

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Super-Simple Weeknight Veggie Chili

Super-Simple Weeknight Veggie Chili

Finding wholesome meals to feed to our families on a busy weeknight can be a total pain in the butt.  You walk in the door and the toddler is screaming for crackers, the bigger kid is begging for TV and you need to put something…

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7 Pregnancy Truths I Wish Someone Had Told Me

7 Pregnancy Truths I Wish Someone Had Told Me

Pregnancy is a true miracle.  The ability of the human body to conceive, grow and birth a fully formed and perfect little human is beyond me.  I appreciate every little change that my body went through in two pregnancies to bring these guys into my…

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Why I Quit Crunches

Why I Quit Crunches

My little nugget is 3 months old. He’s cooing and gurgling and being over-all cute! Other than a couple of ‘explosive’ situations, we’re getting along great. In my post last week, I mentioned that I’ve done ZERO crunches since the birth of my little guy….

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Mummy Tummy and the Core Breath Part 2

Mummy Tummy and the Core Breath Part 2

My little pork chop is 12 weeks old. This kid just about doubled his weight at his two-month check-up, and has more chins than I can count! I’ve been following the rules and practicing what I preach – using low-impact and diastasis-safe exercises to shed…

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Mummy-Tummy and the Core Breath Part 1

Mummy-Tummy and the Core Breath Part 1

I can’t believe it’s almost two months since the newest little Cappel joined our family. He’s a boy, through and through. My daughter as an infant had delicate features, long lashes and smelled like strawberry shortcake. This kid is beefy, has huge, delicious cheeks and…

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