Monthly Archives: September 2014
If you’ve ever wondered how to be a blogger, I have a few tips I’ve learned through trial and error. I’m not making money off of my blog that is a different process. Before you can advertise you have to … Continue reading
September is PCOS Awareness Month. I didn’t know a lot about it but I am surrounded by the amazing women that fight it. My partner Jill Binion from Mom On The Move wrote a little piece on what it’s like. This … Continue reading
When I first started running I couldn’t call myself a runner. I ran every other day for months and still couldn’t give myself the label of runner. The runners were people that ran races, completed marathons, wore shorts. I was … Continue reading
My husband is an Iraq War Vet. Many of our closest friends are still in the military. We struggled with the decision of whether to stay in or return home to family. I wanted children and didn’t want to do … Continue reading
Hey Coaches, I’m sure you heard Fall Classic is here. If you’ve been through Bootcamp Basics you’ve learned the essentials and that you need to pick a Success Partner. If you’ve listened to the weekly call you even learned all … Continue reading
There is something intrinsically terrifying about showing others our flaws. In a world where Photoshop is standard you don’t just share your mom belly. Every day I am asking my friends to be brave, to let go of their habits and … Continue reading
You bought your program. You have your tracking information, you keep refreshing, waiting for that mailman to show up. What can you do now that you’ve decided to commit to help you succeed…?