Five Tips For Increasing Daily Steps {FTT14}

We all know that walking is one of the best things we can do for our health, stress, mood, energy, and more. Most of us don’t have jobs which allow us the amount of movement we were designed for. It can be difficult to find a way to meet your step goals, so here are…

Five Tips For Stalled Progress {FTT13}

So you are consistent with eating healthy foods, getting routine physical activity, and making good choices overall, but are still not seeing results? Here’s a few sneaky things that might be the culprit and tips on what to do about them! 1️⃣ Mind your BLTS. Bites, licks, tastes, and sips—they add up! It’s totally fine…

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…

400 Rep Fury Workout + A Look At How I Train

Free workout below! But first, a look into my approach to training!     I typically follow one of two protocols for my workouts. The first is rest-based training approach. This is a style of exercise developed by the founders of Metabolic Effect (Dr. Jade Teta and Keoni Teta (now run by Gary Leake) where…

The Ultimate Healthy Convenience Item List for #MinimalistMealPrep

My personal meal prep method has evolved to be this: spend as little time as possible to get the job done (#MinimalistMealPrep). Instead of doing everything myself or making everything from scratch, I find shortcuts where I can that don’t sacrifice health in the process. I want to encourage others to do the same, especially…

Reasons Why I Use A Kitchen Scale

Something I use all the time in the kitchen is my digital kitchen scale and I wanted to shed some light on why! 1/ It provides the most accurate means for meal tracking while losing (or maintaining) weight. Portions listed on labels can be measured by grams and ounces, and if you are seriously trying…