As a busy mom, you are used to being on the go. You know how to balance your blood sugar levels while in the office, at the office, and on the weekends. But what about when you’re on vacation? It can be difficult to maintain your regular healthy habits while away from home. Don’t worry—I’ve got you covered! Here are three tips for balancing your blood sugar when you’re traveling.
The holiday season can be a stressful time of year, especially for working moms who are trying to balance their job and family life. It’s easy to get overwhelmed by all the tasks that need to be completed before Christmas arrives. But this doesn’t have to be the case! If you take a few moments each day to focus on joy, gratitude, and Jesus – the real reason for the season – you can find peace and step away from the consumerism stress of the holiday season. Let’s explore five tips that will help reduce your stress this holiday season!
Are you feeling overwhelmed by the thought of embarking on a journey toward better health? Don’t worry, you’re not alone! Many people don’t know where to start when it comes to improving their health. This post will give you a few tips on how to get started so that you can begin your journey with confidence.
It’s no secret that eating healthy is important for our overall health and well-being – or that grocery shopping can be a busy mom’s worst nightmare. With our busy lives, it can be hard to know where to start when it comes to grocery shopping. That’s why I’ve put together a list of the 5 key rules to healthy grocery shopping, so you can make sure you and your family are getting the nutrients you need and it’s as close to “enjoyable” as we can get it – no promises but at least less stressful, how’s that?
It took me a long time to realize the truth: getting healthy doesn’t have to be so complicated!
When you focus on how good you feel nourishing yourself through what you consume, including food, entertainment & media, relationships, etc. you will continue to be motivated to continue to nourish yourself.
It is totally normal to be tired – I mean, you’re a mom, you’re busy. The to-do list of things us moms do every day is exhausting to look at, let alone accomplish. But I’m talking to you, the mom who is so exhausted that you’re not sure how you’re going to get yourself out of bed because you can barely open your eyes in the morning even though you’re going to bed early every night. The mama who closes the bathroom door and takes a deep breath, and wonders if she closes her eyes for just a few seconds if she could get in a quick nap…yep, a nap on the toilet. The mama who isn’t sure if it’s pure exhaustion or if it could possibly be depression. Because since you’re on the verge of tears half the day it could be either. Or both.