Tips to Prioritize and Prepare Your Food and Workouts for the #21daychallenge

We kicked off Cycle 3 of the #21daychallenge with over 1250 people who signed up to improve their lifestyle and create healthy habits with us! We have some tips that will help you prioritize your workouts and prepare your healthy meals with ease to crush this challenge like the boss you are!

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We are on the August Cover of Parents Magazine!

So thrilled to announce that True and I are on the August cover of Parents Magazine! I got real with Parents about my experience becoming a mother and my postpartum health and body-image journey! See behind the scenes photos from our photoshoot and read more here!

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Our First Ever 21-Day Veggie Challenge is Here! Join Us!

When it comes to a healthy lifestyle, food plays a huge role! We created this 21-Day Veggie Challenge to inspire you to incorporate more vegetables into your daily diet and to get inspired and creative in the kitchen. If it takes 21-days to form a habit, eating more veggies is a great habit to add to your healthy lifestyle. Interested in joining us? Click here to sign up!

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6 Women, 6 Different Shapes, Wearing the Same Size Bikini

We shot photos of 6 different women, with 6 different body types, in the same bikini! The result was a massive dose of body positivity we all need as we head into peak summer months! Click here to see more photos and learn more about how “sample sizes” effect female body image.

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Vogue's 1969 "Nude Look" that Shifted Focus from Fashion to the Body.

The 1969 shift in the culture of women’s magazines starting with Vogue’s “Nude Look” laid the foundation for diet culture to become one of the most profitable industries in America. Magazines like Vogue understood that by focusing on the female body vs. clothing, they could create problems where there were none, while simultaneously offering and selling consumers a “solution.”

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Podcast Episode #4, Creating Healthy Personal Boundaries

We have a new podcast for you! Our good friend Carrie Sherman is back and we are talking about creating healthy personal boundaries. We answer questions from our instagram live discussion on air and chat with our followers about family issues. You won’t want to miss it!

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For the Girls with a Single Mother on Father's Day

This is a message for the girls and women like myself who didn’t have a Father around on Father’s Day. Growing up with a single mother and few to no positive male figures in your life can make it difficult to believe in the possibility of finding a loving and kind partner who is there for you. I want you to know it is possible and you deserve nothing less.

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The Death of the 1950's "Housewife" and Rise of Beauty Ideals for Women

I speak about media manipulation and the effect it has on our sense of self often and in this post I give you a brief history in the demise of the former “housewife” role for women in the 1950’s and the rise of beauty and youth ideals that became synonymous with a woman’s ability to be a heroine.

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Homemade Falafel with Tzatziki Sauce and Greek Salad

Do you love Mediterranean food as much as I do? Girl, you have to try this homemade falafel with tzatziki sauce and greek salad. I have been trying to get creative in the kitchen while following my high in veggies and low compound carbs meal plan. This recipe is so bomb!

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"Because I Said So" Mother's Day Creative Project

For me, Mother’s Day is a day to celebrate motherhood but also a time to reflect on what kind of mother I want to be! That includes how I want to speak to True and rethinking popular Mom phrases like, “Because I said so.” I decided to do a creative project changing the phrase “Because I said so,” from a negative to a positive connotation because I want my daughter to always believe in herself without question, and as her mother I play an important role in that outcome.

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