Sponsored by Zappos Ever since I tried on the Brooks Glycerin running shoe in early March, it feels like I haven’t taken them off. They quickly became my go-to at the start of the pandemic and even got a little personalization on the plane ride home from Bahamas. Tommy spilled his watercolor paint on them while flying and my Instagram… Read More
The Boston area Zoos and Playgrounds are Open!
This week, life in the city is starting to feel like a version of itself once again after the pandemic shut everything down. Last week, Zoos (Franklin Park and Stone Zoo) opened up and this week playgrounds and splash pads followed suit! Of course you probably know, outdoor seating at restaurants is also now available making the city feel less… Read More
How To Create a Summer Workout Schedule/Guide
I always find it funny how we work our booties off at the start of summer and then once it starts, it’s like an all Rose’ parade, chicken fingers and french fries diet for the kids and we end up eating their leftovers on top of our own ice cream. I may not eat the best during New England summers… Read More
Escaping To The Cape This Summer? Read this first.
This is not an ordinary summer. If you want to get away, you should be sticking with destinations ideally within driving distance in your home state. Luckily, living in Boston, that means we have my favorite summer destination, Cape Cod. We recently stayed in the most gorgeous house in Harwichport that was walking distance to the beach and the little… Read More
Registration is now open for June 1st! FASTer Way To Fat Loss
“I’m interested in joining your next FASTer Way To Fat Loss round! Can you tell me some more information?” Of course! Here are some details 🙂 First, this is the start of a lifestyle change. It is not a quick fix. It is not a Whole30 mindset. We are working to change your relationship with food and exercise LONG TERM…. Read More
Teacher Appreciation Week
It took having a child to realize how amazing teachers can be. It took a pandemic to see they’re actually extraordinary. Teachers are going above and beyond to preserve a sense of normalcy and support for their students. They’ve been thrust into learning the latest education technology while trying to oblige student requests like dressing up for Zoom classes, dropping… Read More
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