I don’t know about you, but in my life, carpet and kids typically should not co-exist.
Maybe your kids always sit at the table to eat, maybe your toddler never wanders around the house with a green smoothie they managed to pull off the counter or a popsicle they snatched out of the freezer, or maybe your kids know it’s not a good idea to chase after their siblings while carrying a bowl full of cereal and milk.
Not so lucky in my house, nor the houses of most of my friends. Continue reading
Summer is right around the corner! Are you ready to don a bathing suit? If the answer is yes, then pat yourself on the back, because you are awesome! If the answer is no, don’t worry, you’re in good company.
Back when I used to think I knew what it meant to be busy, (balancing job, boyfriend, friends, shopping, and fun) I was actually a personal trainer. I loved working out and loved fitness. I still do, but now as a wife, mother of 3, business owner (Planted Juice), and laugh seeker (Laughing Moms), I can’t even keep my house in order, let alone my body.
Fortunately, (I suppose) due to food allergies I eat pretty well, so my weight is within a healthy range. Unfortunately, my muscles left this body for fitter pastures long ago. I’m pretty sure my 5 year old is already stronger than me. In my defense, she is a quarter Samoan, and my husband is a freakishly strong man who passed on his strong genes.
So, as I sat and planned a calisthenic comeback, inspiration struck! I grabbed my computer and did some keystroke reps, getting my fingers in the shape of their lives. “New Lifestyle” was the result of this workout. It’s a parody of “Style” by Taylor Swift, and it would help me laugh my way to flatter abs. Come get your workout in with me! For best results, repeat 5x/week for 25 minutes minimum.
xo – Alisha
What are your thoughts on this fitness regime? Share your comments below, we’d love to hear your ideas!
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