Month: January 2018

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration no longer recommends Tylenol for children younger than 4. and are  investigating whether these drugs are safe for older kids.  So if you weren’t open to holistic options before, maybe now is the time!

No one likes being sick and I think it feels even worse to see our kids sick! Prevention is important but even the healthiest people can’t always avoid getting sick so I think you need to have a game plan for both!

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This post is for all of you hard working mamas who lay awake at night with a long to do list running through your head or have to wake up every few hours to feed a hungry baby- I see you!  We all love sleep and yet many of us don’t get enough of it or we get enough but it’s not the high quality sleep we yearn for.  So I’m going to share my top tips not only for getting a better night’s rest but also how to fake it if you didn’t!

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I’ve put together this list of post natal exercises so that you can workout in a safe but effective way after having a baby!  It can be time consuming to scroll through YouTube or Google search for workouts so I’ve done the work for you!

I purchased this program from Good for the Swole and will be starting it… today! I think it’s a great intro back into exercise after having a baby.

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I started choosing a word for the year instead of setting resolutions a few years ago. I love it! I love that it is more open ended and not so much about reaching a particular goal. There’s less pressure and more room to grow which is what you really want a new year to be about, right?

Last year my word was ‘daring’ and I’ll be honest, there were multiple times during the year where I felt like I was failing at that!

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Sugar is a tricky bastard. A little bit can be totally enjoyable but consume too much and you can end up with headaches, bloated stomach, no energy, restless sleep and skin breakouts! Knowing how much is too much can be tricky too. Generally it’s recommended that you stay under 25g if added sugar per day but you may find it depends what kind of sugar or maybe 25g is just way too much for you!
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I’ve been a mom of two for one month now!

I’ll admit I was nervous about going from one child to two. Everyone says it’s a tough transition! And, well, they’re right. Haha But I had thought it’d be the newborn that felt like more work but really, for us, it’s not! Finnley is a pretty chill baby. She sleeps well (as long as she’s with someone) and only cries or fusses to be held/fed/changed.

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