Habit Hack: Meal “Templates”

    #MinimalistMealPrep tips found below if you want to skip ahead! Head to this post for a complete list, plus a downloadable list of my favorite #MinimalistMealPrep items! Dinners last week were Dashing Dish Clean Eating 6 Ingredient Sloppy Joes (pic below). I doubled the recipe and followed to a T (which is rare…

Five Tips For Making Healthy Choices When Dining Out {FTT25}

One of the most common questions I get from clients is how to make good nutritional decisions when dining at a restaurant. The truth is that it is now easier than ever to stay on track without feeling deprived. Restaurants have menus and nutrition online and in house. It’s more common place to cater to…

Five Tips For Paying Off Debt {FTT24}

If you are struggling with debt and have not already watched this vlog surrounding this subject, I think you would find it helpful. I talk about how I set up a plan that paid off six figures of debt in roughly 7-8 years. It’s a terrible feeling to be limited by your debt. Even if…

Five Tips For Managing Holiday Stress {FTT23}

Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s are upon us! Is it just me, or does anyone else have a love/hate relationship with this time of year? It seems like we blaze through each event focusing only on the next event to come. We waste Thanksgiving thinking about Black Friday and cyber Monday. Then we get caught…

Habit Hack: “White Boarding” Your Ideas

Habit Hack: “White Boarding” Your Ideas I do keep a journal with me at all times to record ideas as I have / come across them, but that’s only the starting point. One of the best things you can do when planning and attacking ideas is to ‘flesh out’ your thoughts in a way that…

Kaci’s Friday Find — I Deserve A Donut App by Barb Raveling

  This week I wanted to share a resource that I came across for those who may be struggling with eating behaviors related to either emotional eating triggers or lies from the enemy / world. This is a free app designed to help with understanding and breaking eating for reasons other than to hunger and…

Five Tips For Cultivating Relationships—Even When You’re Busy {FTT21}

“Hey! How are you?” “Good! Just busy!” I think that pretty much sums up every conversation I’ve had with everyone in the last five years. I mean it’s funny, but it’s so sad. did you know that people with strong social networks live longer, make more money, have better health, and report more overall well-being…

Habit Hack: The “Back Pocket Plan”

  The “Back Pocket Plan” We all know that we need to have healthy habits in place & a consistent routine in order to keep us on track with our goals. I think it’s just as important to have what I call a “back pocket plan“ for different scenarios in times when we’re not able…

Five Tips To Help You #LikeHowYouEat {FTT20}

  1️⃣ Eat things you actually enjoy. There’s no reason to force yourself to eat something because you think you should or because it’s what someone else enjoys. Figure out what foods you enjoy and how you enjoy preparing them and make that the basis of your nutritional focus and food choices. 2️⃣ Don’t label…

#GiveMe30HabitChallenge 11.01.2019 {Priority List}

Welcome to the 11th habit in the #GiveMe30HabitProject!! See this post for all the details and backstory! This month’s habit is to implement a priority list! This month’s habit challenge is designed to simultaneously increase productivity while reducing stress. A win-win am I right!? We all have never ending to do-list which is often a major source…

#10SecondPrayers {10SP18}

  #10SecondPrayers are short, but intentional prayers designed to connect you quickly to the Lord and the power of His Holy Spirit in the midst of your busy day. Pause for 10 seconds and align your heart with His. You’ll be amazed by what He will do. There’s power in small moments when we surrender…

Habit Hack: “Act Now!”

“Act Now” We cannot rely on motivation. If we do, we become subject to hesitation. Whether it is overcoming your fears, defeating procrastination, or just getting the workout done when you don’t feel like it, the best way to approach things is usually to “act now.” I find immediate action to be a simple principle…