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Showing posts from January, 2018

Why I'm Weighing In

It's no secret that nutrition has been my struggle for several years now. As I type this I'm in the trenches of giving up sugar for 14 days ( I'm Giving Up Sugar For 14 Days ). I'm also doing a weight loss challenge with less than a week to go. The reason I am weighing in is because I'm experimenting to see if I have maybe found what works for me in regards to losing weight and then hopefully maintaining. So far, I've lost 7lbs since January 1. I'm

My Tips For Giving Up Sugar

If you've ever tried to give up sugar, then you know it's not an easy task. I've done it before, and I'm currently doing it again. When I re-introduced sugar back into my life, moderation became an issue again . I'm hoping this time around to get the moderation part right! So here are my personal tips for helping myself when giving up sugar.

I Am Giving Up Sugar For 14 Days

I did it before, and I plan to do it again. I'm giving up sugar for the next 14 days. Why? Because when I gave it up last time, I felt amazing! ( What Happened After 14 Days Free Of Sugar ) I saw TONS of personal health benefits. And then I re-introduced sugar back into my life. However, moderation became an issue. So I feel that I need a personal reset. I'm not sure resets even exist. I think it's just become a word that companies have used to convince people they are doing something good for their body. So maybe I need a different word? ha. But to me, I'm hoping that by eliminating sugary junk food for a couple of weeks that I can

Not 1 But 2 Noxgear Vest Giveaway

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Noxgear. All opinions expressed are my own and honest in nature. Use code AMYGLASS and save 35%. Oh yes, you read that title right. I'm giving away not 1 but 2 Noxgear vests. One for you, and one for a friend. (And keep in mind the Lighthound for your 4-legged friend). For those of you who aren't familiar with Noxgear, where have you been?!? Just kidding. ;) Noxgear has been my go-to vest since I laid eyes on one. It's bright. It's lightweight. I usually forget that I'm wearing it. It has several different color settings and modes, and the battery life has been great. Image Source Basically I don't run in dim/low light/darkness or fog without mine.

Why I Created A Vision Board

Just gotta put this out there, I've always thought the concept of vision boards was silly. I mean, do I really need to take magazine clippings and motivational quotes and put them on some board to visualize what my goals are?!?! But someone mentioned it in an accountability group that I am in. It piqued my interested and I put it on the maybe list. Then I was reading a fitness magazine about this lady who had gained 50lbs during pregnancy and she reached a point that she just had to make a change. The first thing that she did was make a vision board? What?!?! Yep, she took magazine clippings and quotes and put down her goals of what she wanted. So today,  partly because it's colder than cold and I refuse to go outside the house, and a little bit of boredom, I asked Lil Man

How I Am Incorporating Alert Caffeine Gum Into My Fitness Routine

Thank you Alert Caffeine Gum for sponsoring this post. All opinions and experiences are my own. Anyone else struggling with getting back into a routine after being off for the holidays? I know I have. Add in that Lil Man was sick an entire week before Christmas and daily naps became the norm, I'm really struggling to make it through a normal day. Although we haven't gone back to school yet, Hubby is back to work. And that means if I want to get in a workout or at least one without company and interruptions, I have to get up early and workout before Hubby goes to work. And the rest of the day is the usual go go go. Thankfully I've had the opportunity to try Alert Caffeine Gum . 1 piece of Alert Gum is about the equivalent of a half a cup of coffee. ( And for me that means no jitters ). It's just enough ooomph to give me the boost that I need.