What I Learned from Traveling Abroad with my Sister

My sister and I got back from a trip abroad on Sunday and I literally had the best time ever. With all the quality time, I learned two really big lessons that I feel EVERY GIRL has to know. I definitely struggle with these things and I’m happy I got the opportunity to work on it!

 

 

 

Do you OUB?

Do you O-U-B? This is one of the biggest parts of my practice. OUB stands for: Out it. Use it. Bless it. Click play to hear how I use OUB in my everyday life.

 

How to Keep it Healthy Over the Holidays

I’m so ready for Thanksgiving! Pumpkin pie is one of my most favorite things in the world. I even asked for it once as my birthday cake (my birthday is in June) so I’m pretty pumped for dessert on Thursday. The holidays are so special but the amount of decadent food around can make us beg for a cleanse around New Years. In this video I share how to keep it healthy during the most wonderful time of the year.

 

 

 

 

 

My Weekend in Photos March Edition


How was everyone’s weekend? Mine was full of family, fun and food. Check out a few of my pictures below.

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Woke up to this little guy

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Ate delicious Easter candy

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California cousins visited the East Coast

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Spun around NYC

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Saw a friend perform in the Newsies

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Took pictures with the star backstage!

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Pretty flowers

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The first course of Easter dinner

Hope everyone had a lovely weekend!

Have your Cake and Eat it Too!


It doesn’t matter if you celebrate Easter or not, if you walk into any store there’s tons of candy all around tempting us into a sugar high! I’m all about healthy living and that means not depriving yourself of the things you love. Part of having your cake and eating it too is to make substitutions when you can so you enjoy a healthier treat. Candy is still candy, but when you make it yourself you know the ingredients that are going into it and can use portion control. Plus I love being in the kitchen! Dark chocolate peanut butter cups are one of my favorite candies so I decided to recreate my own. I used this recipe from the Sprouted Kitchen and substituted almond butter for peanut butter because that’s what I was craving.

 

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 Gooey melted chocolate!

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This can get messy… Don’t wear white!
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Make sure to press down the peanut butter mixture so that the chocolate on top dries flat.
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Enjoy your sweet treat!