I’ve created a simple plan to help you get on the road to health and fitness–all while taking your time and schedule into consideration. A lot of you know that I am a full-time graduate student finishing my PhD in History at USC while teaching part-time. I make time to workout 3-5 days a week and I cook nearly all our dinners. This guide is a synthesis of the tips, tools, and tricks that I use to stay organized.
This 30+ page guide contains templates for meal planning, schedule organization, an exercise glossary, and contains over 20 full workouts to help you get started (most should take an hour or less).
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I’m really excited to share this with you. It is my hope that this guide is accessible and will help you get on the road to healthier lifestyle habits–especially as we approach the New Year and New Year’s resolutions.
Just in time for the holiday season! This Wednesday and Thursday, Brick Betty will be hosting two virtual trunk shows and flash sales. During these, there will be specials on a certain number of specific products. If you’ve been wanting to try Brick Betty’s line of premium athletic gear, now’s the time! They will even ben selling items in Girl’s sizes!
The link to these events:
https://www.facebook.com/events/1749484095270875/ for Wednesday’s sale
https://www.facebook.com/events/1726686617551629/ for Thursday’s sale
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I got the opportunity to try some Wyman’s products this weekend. Wyman’s sells frozen fruit in convenient, resealable pouches with no unnecessary added sugar.
I threw this recipe together and the result was a delicious, creamy tapioca-like pudding with no added dairy. You could easily sub maple syrup or stevia to make this vegan if you wanted.
Enjoy! And check out Wyman’s the next time you go to the grocery store.
Mixed Berry Chia Pudding
1/3 c. Chia seeds
1- 13.5 oz can coconut milk
1/4 c almond or cashew milk
1/2 tsp vanilla extract
2 Tbsp. honey
2/3 c. Wyman’s of Maine Fresh Frozen Mixed Berries
In a medium, resealable container, stir coconut and cashew milks into your chia seeds. Eliminating any clusters or lumps.
Stir in remaining ingredients.
Cover container and place in refrigerator for at least an hour (ideally overnight).
Chia seeds will thicken the pudding the longer it is in the fridge.
When ready to eat, serve in individual containers.
Depending on how hungry you are 😉