Fuel for School: Breakfast + Lunchbox Ideas

I became a mom before I became a health coach. I’m right there in the trenches—raising kids for the Kingdom. With girls ages 14 and 11, I’m more of a Taxi driver these days—driving kids from activity to activity. It’s busy around our house. There’s a common misconception, that because I am a health coach, […]

{4} Tips for Becoming a Food Detective

With every new season, comes alteration in course, goals, and purpose. The one thing that is never open for alteration is the enduring commitment you have made toward raising healthy, strong kids. With so many mixed messages regarding health, hypervigilance is required. That hypervigilance became my personal quest to practice and coach best health measures. […]

Declutter Your Space. Declutter Your Mind.

These words caught my attention while reading an article recently—a home maker’s cry for help Continuous visual reminders of disorganization can create anxiety, an inability to stay-on-task, and it can even hinder our sleep. Need proof A study revealed levels of stress hormone cortisol were higher in mother’s whose home environment was cluttered. Tidy homes […]

Not All Protein Shakes Should Be Deemed Safe for Consumption

Protein shakes are popular among the health conscious. It’s logical to see why the health conscious would approve, because typical protein shakes yield promises of transformation, including weight loss. And what busy person seeking health would be averse to ‘quick and healthy’ meal replacements? But beware! Not all protein shakes should be deemed safe for […]

How to Reduce Exposure to Radio Frequency Radiation

ᖴᗩᐯOᖇITᗴ ᖴᖇIᗪᗩY brings you an inexpensive AND effective way to protect your family from radio frequency radiation exposure . Read to the end We live in a modern world and benefit from the luxuries of technology. Unfortunately, with technology, particularly wireless telecommunication devices, such as cell phones, tablets, air pods, and laptop computers bring the […]

Leave the Elf on the Shelf

Tis the season for dusting off the Elf on a Shelf and pulling out all the crazy antics to move the Elf around the home staging him/her in clever ways. My News Feed is already full of debate: Do I dare begin the tradition of Elf on a Shelf with my toddler? How will I […]

Healthy Halloween Swaps

We need to rethink how we do Halloween. I’m not suggesting that we rob our children of Halloween fun but think on this. Reportedly, American children consume 81 grams of sugar per day, equaling over 65 pounds of added sugar per year. According to the American Heart Association, most children should consume no more than 3-6 teaspoons of […]

Stop Being a Slave to the Scale

Girl, I see you working hard to lose the weight and I am so proud of you. But I also see the struggle. Be cognizant of the negative emotions that can be associated with weight loss—feelings of vulnerability, frustration, discouragement, and perceived feelings of ‘failure’ when the weight doesn’t fall off as quickly as you […]

N I N E Ways to Reduce Harmful Toxins in Your Home

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reports that the typical American spends about 90% of his or her time indoors where the concentrations of some pollutants are often 2 to 5 times higher than typical outdoor concentrations, making time on your couch more hazardous for your health than taking a walk around the block in several of our […]

F O U R Benefits of Dry Brushing Your Skin

Daily, you brush your hair and your teeth, but do you brush your skin too? We often overlook the importance of maintaining our largest organ, the skin. Including dry skin brushing in your hygiene routine is simple and inexpensive. Here are 4 health benefits to dry brushing your skin. 1) Exfoliating Dry brushing works by […]