The Beachbody coaching Opportunity is coming to Great Britain, fall 2017! I’m already preparing to form a UK team and I’d LOVE to get you into. So get ready in advance ahead of the pack! If you have been watching and waiting for this opportunity from afar for all of these years, and anxiously waiting to be a coach yourself, I want to give you the opportunity to become affiliated with a TOP 10 team!
I am SO EXCITED we will be expanding our fitness family into the UK market! My husband and I are planning so many moves over the next few years and who knows we may end up in the UK at some point!
I can’t yet tell the exact date coaching will be opened up to you, but if you want to be the first to know about it, MAKE SURE YOU MESSAGE MEso you can get started on the ground floor in the UK on this fabulous fitness and health journey with us!
This looks so amazing, can’t wait to try this!! Shakeology is already delicious and mega nutritious, but they added Matcha to this recipe. Whoa, who needs Starbucks fancy drinks that have zero nutritional value and hello to my new healthy summer drink of choice!
Matcha Fact: “Among antioxidants, catechins are the most potent and beneficial. One specific catechin called epigallocatechin gallate (EGCg) makes up 60% of the catechins in Matcha Green Tea. Out of all the antioxidants, EGCg is the most widely recognized for its cancer fighting properties.”
Matcha Pink Drink Smoothie
For Bottom Layer: ½ cup coconut water ½ cup ice ½ scoop Vanilla Vegan Shakeology 1 Tbsp. unsweetened matcha powder
For Top Layer: ½ cup coconut water ½ cup ice ½ scoop Vanilla Vegan Shakeology ½ cup fresh (or frozen) strawberries Instructions
Place coconut water, ice, Shakeology and matcha in blender; cover. Blend until smooth. Pour into serving glass. Place glass in freezer while you blend the next layer.
Notes: Make sure the matcha powder you use is unsweetened and does not contain other additives. If you do not want to make this drink in layers, you can blend all ingredients together to make a delicious smoothie!
Keith and I are hoping to move to Hawaii for at least a couple years (maybe sooner than later) and so I’m drinking up all I can about island life and relocating to a new area. And also on our list for maybe someday is to move to an island outside the USA. My mentor Amy Silverman moved to Puerto Rico to be able to live an island lifestyle and to me it breathes perfect life. I’m an island girl at heart, and the beach is where I want to sink my toes into and the ocean calls my name!
So I love seeing blogs like this that will help prep us for island life and maybe living outside the USA some day (we want to live a lot of places for short amounts of time until we find “home”)! Thanks to Women Who Live On Rocks for this great blog!
“Island expat life teaches you not only about a new country, but a lot about yourself.”
Sunday we started the day earlllly and were out the door by 6am!. That’s early for me on a weekday, let alone a weekend. But as volunteer and runners, guess what, they usually happen earlllly in the morning! Especially when you volunteer because you have to be there before the race starts to set up.
Keith and I were manning/running a water stop for the Valor Run: Valor Knows No Gender , repping Team RWB Hampton Roads. It was perfect weather for a race and to volunteer. I’m proud of our runners we (the RWB) had out there running and rucking, and proud of our team that stood by to help the runners re-fuel, re-hydrate and offer first aid if needed!
Good fun with good friends! Norfolk Tides!! I’ve loved baseball since I was a wee little girl. There’s something about the smells, the field, and the sounds of the announcer and bats cracking the ball, umpires yelling strike that just hearkens back to a simpler time.
And it was apparently a night when our husbands all decided it was look silly and make faces night. So yeah, going to a baseball game is kinda like going to disney, everyone’s a kid again!
It was so cold! Oh my gosh, it’s nearly June and we were freezing by the end of the game! But it was fun and the Tides cam from behind for a big 9th inning comeback win! Plus it was a fireworks night!!!
We had an amazing turnout! We drew a human line in the sand in protest to drilling off our coast and in support of clean energy, like offshore wind. Off shore drilling would have a profound negative impact on our environment, our local businesses, our beaches and our citizens.
This weekend has only reinforced that fact that we have to be even more vocal and more active within our communities politically to be the change and keep our country beautiful, clean and environmentally safe!
It’s a newer obsession of mine, seeking my artistic side. Art and crafty type hobbies were not something I grew up with. I came from a very practical household. Artsy type endeavors were considered frivolous and a waste of money and time. This kind of sentiment is something that’s been bred into me and my own nature. To a point I was kind of fearful of it.
But now as I explore more and more that artsy side of myself I’m finding it to be really meditative and so good for my state of mind. I will definitely be throwing myself more and more into areas of life I’ve avoided because of how I was raised. It’s mind expanding and liberating to try out simple things like painting that were never part of my childhood.
Thanks to The Mermaid Factory for a fun place to create, dream, imagine, grow and allow us all to nurture the artist within We’ll be back to do the dolphin!
“Some day you will be old enough to start reading fairy tales again.” ― C.S. Lewis
“It’s about a girl who is on the cusp of becoming someone.. A girl who may not know what she wants right now, and she may not know who she is right now, but who deserves the chance to find out.” ― Jodi Picoult, My Sister’s Keeper
“Everything seemed possible, when I looked through they eyes of a child. And every once in a while; I remember, I still have the chance to be that wild.” ― Nikki Rowe
“We nurture our creativity when we release our inner child. Let it run and roam free. It will take you on a brighter journey.” ― Serina Hartwell
“Acknowledge your inner child. Even though we have found the light in ourselves today, we sometimes forget to heal old wounds of our past. Your inner child still needs to be loved in order to heal the complete self.” ― Karen A. Baquiran