Protein Packed Greek Pasta Salad

I love September. It’s one of my favorite months because the weather is gorgeous, healthy habits are always renewed and my social calendar is packed with ladies nights and school picnics. This is a simple recipe that I love making for fall get togethers. It’s perfect for a tailgate or school cook out. This recipe […]

Spanish-Style 30-minute Sheet Pan Dinner: Roasted Shrimp + Patatas Bravas

When it comes to making dinner, I need easy solutions that take minimal ingredients, prep time and preferably no real “recipe.” It’s hard to follow a recipe on your phone when you have a 3 year old running around and a 9 month old screeching unless I want to eat at 9 pm. Spoiler, I […]

Keeping My Family Safe On The Road

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Wow, it’s been a hot minute since I blogged. Who knew a taking on a new business adventure (FWTFL), a family and preschool volunteer could keep me away from my original love, BLOGGING and creating VIDEOS. Last month, I took my first trip away from Connor to South Carolina with Graco and Michelin who have […]

Why Farm Raised Seafood Is Good For You + The Environment | LoveTheWild

I love seafood. It’s definitely my protein of choice for taste and nutrition. Eating fish during pregnancy benefits children’s brain development as well as increases your chances of carrying your baby to term. A study at Harvard even found that eating 2 servings per week of omega-3 rich fish lowered risk of dying from coronary […]

Vega Protein Cashewmilk Yogurt Alternative Review

I am not a vegan but I like to eat a plant-based diet when I can. One brand that really changed my impression on this way of eating is Vega. For nearly 10 years, I’ve been preaching my love for their protein powders and nutritional shakes. They taste the best in my opinion, use quality […]

20-minute End of Summer Family Friendly Dinner Idea

Nutrition is a science and our beliefs are constantly being challenged when new studies are published. Everyone is doing the best that they can with the information they are given. I don’t buy all organic food but I do try to buy organic when it comes to meat and dairy products. When it comes to […]

How I Overcame An Unhealthy Relationship With Food + Exercise

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It’s summer, people like to let loose and have fun. Maybe you worked hard for your bikini body, or maybe you just gave birth to a baby, regardless, you want to feel good. Not long ago, I shared a video that I thought gave insight into how I overcame my own food guilt. You guys told […]

My Postpartum Fitness Plan – My Time To Fly Again Is Coming

Sponsored by Zappos. I miss running. When I found out I was pregnant in October, I chose to stop because I didn’t enjoy feeling like I had to pee every 5 minutes. I was also pretty into the Peloton bike at the time. Fast forward to my third trimester when the warm weather arrived and […]

Nutrition Navigation at the Grocery Store You Can Trust

This post is sponsored by Stop & Shop. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Grocery shopping is overwhelming. I rarely bring a list which isn’t always the smartest option but it allows me flexibility to buy what’s on sale and in season. I’m also always eager to try new foods, especially if they are […]

5 Tips To Always Being Good!

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I know a lot of people who are guilty of saying “I was bad, I ordered the ice cream sundae.” You ordered ice-cream mom, you didn’t kill anyone! I used to associate eating “guilty/comfort” foods with being bad and it took a toll on my self esteem for years. It caused stress and anxiety. I’ve […]