Infant Food Allergy Prevention: Why You Should Care

We all think we know about food allergies and sensitivities. I mean how can we avoid it these days, right? Everywhere you look things are labeled "gluten free", "dairy free", "made in a facility with nuts". So what is happening and how can we stop it? Food allergies are on the rise with 1 in … Continue reading Infant Food Allergy Prevention: Why You Should Care

I’m Not Superwoman. I’m a Mom.

Moms put themselves last. Moms do everything for their kids, their families, and nothing for themselves. Moms don't have any needs of their own. Moms run on empty and totally kick ass doing it... ... That is until they don't. Moms are superheroes. That is the image that we perpetuate. Moms are these beings who … Continue reading I’m Not Superwoman. I’m a Mom.

#FitPregnancy: What It Really Means to Be Pregnant and “Fit”

In recent years the #fitpregnancy movement has truly exploded. We see so many women today conquering this whole pregnancy thing while still being complete fitspiration. From the women still completing Crossfit Opens to the women in belly popping handstands to the ones running marathons at 30 weeks. It has become more and more apparent that we are … Continue reading #FitPregnancy: What It Really Means to Be Pregnant and “Fit”

Collagen: From Skeptic to Believer

Okay. Let’s just start off with the truth… Anything that tells me it is going to strengthen my nails I usually roll my eyes at. For the better part of my life my nails have rebelled against me; no matter what I tried. The food, the “strengthening nail polish”, the oils, none of it ever … Continue reading Collagen: From Skeptic to Believer

My Acceptance Is Resilience … Not Defeat: Crossfitter Turned Yogi

If you’re follower of my site, you know that I have always been all about all things Crossfit. I have so many posts that rave about how Crossfit completely changed my life… And well it did… But sometimes life throws things at you that make you change again; change from the person you thought you … Continue reading My Acceptance Is Resilience … Not Defeat: Crossfitter Turned Yogi

Endometriosis Awareness:Chronic Illness May Change Your Journey

NEVER GIVE UP I started my journey into the world of health and fitness four years ago this month. Four years ago this month is when I first walked into a Saturday CrossFit class and had my life turned upside down *Will Smith voice* 😛 … But really… I finally found something that triggered a … Continue reading Endometriosis Awareness:Chronic Illness May Change Your Journey

All Natural Everything: My Adventure into Homemade Shampoo

When you deal with health issues it forces you to assess and re-evaluate all pieces of your lifestyle; be it the food you are eating, your exercise regime (or maybe lack thereof), your stress level, your household, and also your personal products... The things that we use on a regular basis in our homes are … Continue reading All Natural Everything: My Adventure into Homemade Shampoo

Holy Suction!: My 1st Experience with Cupping

Cupping. Oh my word. I had my first experience with cupping this past week and I have ALL THE FEELS. First, let me just say that the way I felt post-cupping has made me an instant believer in this practice. HOWEVER, the thoughts of how I felt during the cupping sesh leave me paralyzed. But … Continue reading Holy Suction!: My 1st Experience with Cupping

Homemade Face Scrubs

I have always loved homemade scrubs; body, face, hands, feet, you name it! Though I will admit that I have not been as on top of making my own scrubs as I'd like to be. Well it's time for that to change! As I prepare for my wedding (10 month countdown! 😬😁😳), I have done … Continue reading Homemade Face Scrubs

When Being Healthy Wasn’t Enough

My Fight With Endometriosis 3 months. It has been 3 months since I last posted. I have had many a topic up my sleeve, started writing, never finished. There are many reasons for why my time has just been cut so short and left the blog lacking. It could be the fact that I started … Continue reading When Being Healthy Wasn’t Enough