Share 🙂 Run! Jump! Play! Show your kids how to be active everyday and teach them to love fitness at a young age! Love my little Fit Kid…just look at that smile on her face (and mine:) My kids bring me such joy…
Share 🙂Hi Fit Moms! After having 2 kids, I have found that small but consistent efforts makes a big difference in staying fit. Here are 2 simple lifestyle changes to help you stay lean: 1. I use salad plates instead of large dinner plates for every meal. This makes portion control simple. Because the plates are smaller, you will automatically serve yourself smaller portions. 2. Hydrate. I drink a glass
Share 🙂 Fitness is cumulative, it all adds up. 15 minute walk in the morning, squats while the kids are at school or the little ones are napping and even an impromptu kelp jump rope session on the beach. Got kelp? Make a jump rope! The waves are GIGANTIC today! 25 feet. My daughter found a long piece of kelp and we made a jump rope! So much fun! When
Share 🙂 Look! The tiny star fish is doing a double bicep! Big waves washed up kelp and sealife!
Share 🙂This is my BFF, Kona. I rescued him as a puppy from the shelter. Some mean person dumped him and his brothers and sisters in the dumpster 🙁 People can be so cruel. He is the most loveable, funny dog. He’s a mix of lab / shepard / chow. Lately he has been scratching so much, I feel sorry for him. I bought some dog shampoo with aloe, oatmeal,
Share 🙂My Mom Photo of the Month This photo I took of my mom while she was enjoying the spectacular view on our recent vacation to the Riviera Maya Mexico. My husband and I took both our moms and our kids on an 8 night trip. I will be posting all the pics soon, but wanted to share this special photo with you first. I love that my mom didn’t
I have compiled my personal library of Fit Go To Recipes that I make often, my recipes are higher in lean protein, complex carbs, good fats: No added sugar, butter or salt in most. I also have some of my exclusive Healthy Hawaiian Family Recipes in there too! Aloha!
My kids and I love making this recipe. Now that they are 6 and 11, they can do it themselves 🙂 This is a fun and delicious recipe I used to make with my mom. I modified it to be healthier and have a wider variety of crunchy options! In Hawaii, we would add macadamia nuts (high in fat – beware but so good), coconut and dried fruit too! Enjoy! Psst: Fit Kids Recipe video to come 🙂