Being a busy mom usually means we take care of everyone in the family and forget about ourselves. Let’s remember to replenish our own energy storage occasionally and take the time out of a busy week to enjoy some me time. This is a fun “science” project to do with kids and later you can reap the benefits in peace!
If you’re anything like me, and statistics prove you are so don’t hide/lie, by May your promise (ahem resolution) is long forgotten and you’re hanging out in the comfort of spandex and knee deep in tacos. Before you throw in the towel and say better luck in 2018, there’s still hope.
Just down the street from the newest bingo hall you can find what can only be described as a Neapolitan pizzeria meets a certain sandwich fast food place that chimes, “Eat Fresh!” At Urban Bricks you can pick and choose from the start; if you happen to have a gluten intolerance or dietary restrictions that means you cannot have gluten, gluten free pizza it is.
For decades fat has been the three letter word that has demonized communities and families. Jumping on the scale is generally a stressful, anxiety driving activity for many of us. Yet, it doesn’t have to be this way. Did you know there is a healthy amount of fat for your body and it does have benefits?
Summer is finally here and that means lots of time spent around pools and other bodies of water. I mean we do live in South Texas y’all… it’s a million degrees! As excited as I am to jump in the pool I am just as nervous about my children being by the water. Even if you have read these tips before it could not hurt to refresh your memory. It could save your child’s life.
Throughout my years of being a nutritional coach, I’ve had a few times that I’ve truly been stumped with regards to how to handle a certain client. It’s always a certain group or the newest Diet craze they want to follow; the Paleo Diet, Ketogenic Diet, Atkins, vegetarian, vegan, etc. You name it, I’ve heard of it.