Five Tips For Better Sleep

How is your sleep? Not just the quantity, but also the quality? Sleep impacts everything. Our mood, our health, our ability to gain and lose muscle or fat, our function at our jobs, our ability to live out our calling… The list goes on. It is not a badge of honor to run on as…

Five Tips To Help Determine If The Splurge Is Worth It {FTT9}

Keep in mind that the purpose of this post has nothing to do with guilt or shame, rather the removing of these from your eating choices. Sometimes practicing self-discipline (which also happens to be a fruit of the spirit) in the form of refraining from partaking is the healthiest thing to do. Other times, the…

#GiveMe30HabitProject 08.01.2019 {Morning Routine}

Welcome to the 8th habit in the #GiveMe30HabitProject!! See this post for all the details and backstory! This month’s habit is to implement a morning routine! Do me a favor and watch this video! Seriously. Even if you have to watch it in chunks, because I know it is long. So many nuggets of wisdom in this…

Five Tips For Getting The Most Out Of Reading God’s Word {5TT8}

Scripture is God breathed and useful for edification (2 Timothy 3:16). It is living and active; sharper than any double-edged sword (Hebrews 4:12). It is our daily bread (Matthew 6:11). We are to nourish ourselves on the Word of God daily in order to feed our spirit and to crave it as a newborn would…

Five Tips To Prevent Overeating At Night {FTT7}

  This is a common problem for a lot of people, so if you struggle, just know you’re not alone! First, in order to know what to adjust, you must understand where the behavior is coming from. Is it a mindless eating habit? Unchecked cravings? Or perhaps true hunger that’s not adequately addressed? Each one…

Five Tips For Meal Prep Success! {FTT6}

One of the most common questions I get about #MealPrep is how to get started. It can seem quite overwhelming, especially when you think about adding one more thing to your already busy life. Meal prep (regardless of what it looks like for you personally) should help you to streamline your life, not overwhelm you…

Five Tips For Using Your “Why” To Accomplish Your Goals {FTT5}

First things first, you need to come up with a strong and compelling “why” for your goals and dreams. It needs to be something significant and meaningful to you personally. You cannot set out to achieve your goals based on things like meeting someone else’s expectations for you or vague and unimportant reasons. It also…

Five Tips For Increasing Protein Intake {#FTT4}

This seemed like a good week to cover this topic given the #Giveame30HabitProject for the month is to prioritize protein! You can find all the previous monthly Habit Project challenges here. You probably know by now that sufficient protein intake is important for a variety of reasons. Something that comes up quite frequently with my…

#GiveMe30HabitProject {Prioritize Protein}

Welcome to the 7th habit in the #GiveMe30HabitProject!! See this post for all the details and backstory! This month’s habit is to prioritize your protein intake! Note: I REALLY geeked out on this month’s introduction and resource info. I think it will be a fantastic place to refer back to for clients and readers on #AllTheThings related…

Five Tips For Eliminating Clutter Without Getting Overwhelmed {#FTT2}

Clutter creates stress in and of itself. But once you’ve gotten to a place where things are cluttered, how can you undo the damage without getting overwhelmed? Here’s 5 tips! 1️⃣ One minute rule. This is a simple strategy that I learned from Gretchen Rubin. It’s very simple. If you think of a task that…

#GiveMe30HabitProject 05.01.19 {Thoughts}

Welcome to the fifth habit in the #GiveMe30HabitProject!! See this post for all the details and backstory! This month’s habit is on thoughts! Specifically, to focus on taking every thought captive and making sure that the words you speak are those of life and truth. Why is this so important? Several reasons: 1. The person that you…

Want Results? Focus On Habits, Not On Finding Motivation

“Results have very little to do with goals and nearly everything to do with systems.” James Clear Holy moly this is the truth… Having goals isn’t enough. Having knowledge isn’t enough. Having motivation isn’t enough. You can have all those things, but without taking consistent action, you won’t see results. I was talking with one of…