Syracuse University Recap

I am so grateful to have been asked to speak at Syracuse University! Be Well SU sponsored a lecture for 200 female students to attend. We laughed, we cried, and we made a plan to take action! I will have more information about what we came up with as a group shortly! Next up is Jacksonville State College.

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Happy International Women's Day

Happy International Women’s Day! I am speaking at four universities and colleges this month and I hope to reach as many young women as possible. It is in our best interest as a society to focus on protecting the adolescent female spirit and empowering what will become strong women.

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Show Me Your MuMu... You Got it!

I want to show you some of my favorite beach looks from my recent trip to Cabo! I have a love for swimwear and try to always keep an eye out for cute one-piece suits because I think they can be more difficult to find. Look no further…. This swimsuit is EVERYTHING! I saw it, gasped, and knew it was meant for me.

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My Day 1 of 90: Labor of Love Health Challenge

Today is day 1 of a 90 day health commitment and I am feeling scared. One thing I have learned about my feelings is that they aren’t always accurate. It is okay to feel them, but it is also okay to analyze them. Why am I scared to make this commitment? Well, I worry I won’t complete it, I will let myself down, and I will fail. At this time my conscious mind kicks in and ask: How can I fail if I am working to better my health and my life? I can’t!

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Tuscan White Bean Soup for the Soul

I went searching for a Tuscan bean recipe and found a few online that looked good! I then took the parts I liked and combined them into this beautiful and delicious recipe of my own! I used my vegetable slicer which perfectly cubed all the ingredients and made my life and this soup so much easier. Perfect for our traditional soup and salad lunches at the office.

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Zoodles in Thai Peanut Sauce

Sadly, I have a cold and have been living off my Quinoa and Cauliflower Taco Soup! Thank God I had leftovers in the fridge ready to go. As much as I love soup I was really craving something rich, warm, and cozy to make me feel a little better. These zoodles in Thai Peanut Sauce hit the spot and we are going to add this recipe to repeat list.

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Pesto Salad Pizza

Salad pizza? Yeah girl, and you are going to love it! For real, this is up there with one of my favorite recipes so far! It is perfect for family pizza night, a potluck with friends, or any other kind of gathering with food involved. It is as simple as it seems…. we are going to make our basil pesto first, then our pizza, our salad, and then we are going to put it all together for a party for your tastebuds!

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Mediterranean roasted Sweet Potatoes with Garlic Tahini Sauce

Any French Fry lovers in the house? These roasted potatoes aren’t fries, but they hit the spot with their crispy edges and soft middle. I added some dill, rosemary, garlic, and sea salt which was the perfect savory flavors for these sweet potatoes! I drizzled in a homemade Tahini sauce for a combo dreams are made of!

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Broccoli Pasta Salad Remix

When I made the broccoli pasta recipe, I decided to get creative and do a broccoli pasta remix! I am not afraid of carbs and love them in moderation! That being said, I tried to at least match my carb intake with veggies per meal. Instead of eating an entire bowl of just the pasta, I added some arugula, avocado, sunflower seeds, and a scoop of the broccoli pasta to make this delicious salad!

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Easy Broccoli Pasta Salad Recipe (Perfect for Toddlers)

My daughter True loves a broccoli pasta dish from California Chicken Cafe, a place we eat often. I decided to make a few adjustments to the recipe like adding carrots and micro shopping the broccoli, making it easier for True to eat and digest. This recipe is the perfect side dish for a family get together and compliments salads perfectly.

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Cauliflower & Quinoa Taco Soup on a Budget

A lot of people believe that eating healthy is more expensive. It can be, but with effort, you can make organic healthy recipes like this cauliflower and quinoa taco soup for an affordable price.! The total price for all the ingredients in this recipe was $30. After splitting this huge pot of organic soup into 12 servings, the total price per bowl was $2.50!

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Sign Up For Our Labor of Love Health Challenge Here!

I am so excited to tell you about our Labor of Love Health Challenge starting Feb. 1st, 2019! I have partnered with Peloton instructor and personal trainer Chase Tucker to create a digital community of knowledge, support, plus the tools needed to take action and create a better life from the inside out! The best part is, 100% of the proceeds are going to charity. The only way I feel comfortable coaching and helping those in need is knowing that the proceeds are going back into our communities. All people deserve access to health and this challenge is creating a full circle of giving that will help our society live better. Click here for all the details!

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Why The BMI is Total BS and How You Can Change Your Relationship with the Scale

Did you know the BMI is BS? Yes, it is. The BMI is not an accurate calculation for total body health because it can't tell the difference between fat, muscle, bone, and water percentages. I work with so many women who are focused on what they weigh without understanding the different components that create that number.  It is the new year and lots of you are dedicated to improving your health, so let's talk about weight! This is a trigger for many people and I totally get it! If that is you, skip this post. If you are interested in altering your relationship with your body and the scale, I think you will find this post interesting!

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What Influencers and Models Can Do More to Give Back

In the “Insta” world of models, influencers, and free stuff, what are any of us doing to give back? This was a question I had to ask myself and be ready for the honest answer; not enough. When I reflected on 2018 I felt nothing but complete gratitude for all the abundance in my life and I wanted to dedicate 2019 to giving more. I have enough, I have done enough, I am fulfilled, and therefor I want to help others in need. Read more about how I am taking action in 2019!

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The Changing Faces of Wellness Panel at Wellspring

How can the wellness industry evolve to be more authentic and accessible for all people? That is precisely what Dr. Chelsea Jackson Roberts, Dan Nevins, Michael James Wong, and I speak candidly about in this panel discussion, lead by Kerri Kelly, at the Wanderlust Wellspring Festival in Palm Springs. Watch the full panel video here and join the conversation!

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