The Holidays Have Changed But Yet They Remain The Same

As I sit down today to share a heart felt post, I just have this overwhelming sense of gratitude, exhaustion and contentment. Those feel like an odd combination for the holidays, right? Gratitude I always grew up looking forward to Christmas. Of course I loved getting presents and getting vacation days off from school, but […]

The “Fit’s” First Christmas

I can’t remember if I’ve mentioned this but as a joke, many of our friends refer to us as the Fits. As with many of our married friends, Nick and I have different last names so to just call us the Fit family is easiest. For our first Christmas together, we stayed in Boston and started it […]

Thoughts on The Holidays as a 1st Time Parent

I’ve always heard that the holidays stress people out. I haven’t been too phased by them in the past but this year I finally get it. As a first time parent whose child’s birthday is shortly after the holiday, I’m experiencing anxiety over my future. Here’s Why… I am easily persuaded by sales. I’ve been so frugal with what I […]

My Halloween Candy Guide: The Good & Bad

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I’m all for moderation but Halloween is anything but… be honest with yourself. No, one mini sized Snickers bar is not going to kill you or even cause you to gain weight. Enjoying two or three in one sitting won’t either. But is Halloween really an excuse to eat 4 minis a day until October […]

4th of July Weekend

The 4th of July was filled with fun, friends and family!

My 5 Rules for Navigating Holiday Parties | Healthy Holiday Eating Tips

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Did you know that on average we consume an extra 600 calories per day between Thanksgiving and New Years? No need to “restrict” yourself but a few rules can help you feel satisfied, tipsy and in control. Here are my 5 health holiday eating tips for navigating a good holiday party. Click image below to […]