Between work, school functions, carpool, Girl Scouts, softball, track and whatever else three girls can come up with, our life is pretty chaotic. We set aside one day each month
I wrote this post while participating in a blog tour conducted by Clever Girls Collective on behalf of Claritin®. I have been compensated for my time commitment to the program,
If at-home workouts aren’t for you, the challenge will be finding a gym you like that is within your budget. Personally, I prefer to workout in the privacy of my
One of the most fun & motivating things has been my Zumba class with MFJ. We have fun together, and a set schedule keeps us coming back week after week.
When I started out on my fitness journey with Mamavation, I didn’t want to spend a lot of money. In fact, I worked hard to focus on at-home exercises I
I’d like to tell you I’ve never joined a gym because it isn’t in my budget. The truth is, I’ve just never been interested in exercise. I swam through high
As hard as we try to avoid the germs, someone will get sick this winter—and, likely, pass it on to the rest of the house! Since I can’t avoid everything,
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My patience is shot, my temper is fired up and when I stop to try and figure out why I have been yelling so much I remember what “everyone” has been telling me: TAKE ME TIME for yourself, Staci. Or you’re going to lose your mind and be no good to your kids or husband.
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