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This post is sponsored by NOW Foods. All opinions are my own. This morning smoothie was a happy accident. When I visited NOW Foods back in May, Day 2 started with a sweaty workout and after we were treated to a make-your-own Smoothie Bar. This Smoothie Bar had every smoothie ingredient you could dream of […]

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10 Tips for Tantalizing Salads

July 10, 2018
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I don’t know about you, but in the Summer, I crave salads. Rising temperatures call for lighter, cooling foods and fewer meals offer the refreshment that salads. Whenever my husband and I make dinner together, he delegates me to the salad – he says it’s what I’m best at. With lots of salad-making practice under […]

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Body Confidence

July 5, 2018
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When I sat down to write this post I asked myself if I’m really cut out to be writing about body confidence. A few of my readers have requested posts on this topic but I’m hardly the poster girl for it. Like most women, I have insecurities about my body. You know, those voices in […]

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Recipe: Plant Bowl with Basil Avocado Dressing

July 3, 2018
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Last week in Miami, David and I ate at Seaspice, a restaurant that easily became one of my favorites in the area mostly because of their Plant Bowl but also because everything we ordered was just so good. And the outdoor table we had overlooking the river was pretty sweet too. When I saw the […]

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Miami: Two Incredible Seafood Restaurants in Brickell

June 28, 2018

Two trips to Florida in one month? I could get used to it. Earlier this month, we spent some time in Tampa and last week we spent a long weekend in Miami. A few years ago, David and I discovered that whenever we visit Miami, we prefer to stay in Brickell, a neighborhood in downtown […]

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Why You Don’t Have to Sweat to Get a Good Workout

June 26, 2018
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If you’re a fitness fanatic, someone who generally likes to exercise or are working toward a health or fitness goal, chances are you like a good sweat session. And I’m guessing that when it comes to your chosen workout, the more intense and sweatier the workout, the better – right? Not necessarily. As a barre […]

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Four Things to Know Before Quitting Your Full-Time Job

June 21, 2018
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You’re unhappy in the corporate world and thinking about quitting your full-time job to pursue your side hustle – that thing you’re truly passionate about. Believe me, I’ve been there and done that. In 2012, I quit my full-time job in Corporate Communications to pursue a full-time career in Health Coaching. Now, six years later, […]

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Two Historic Neighborhoods to Visit in Tampa

June 15, 2018
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Last week I needed a little escape from New York City. I had just launched my Real Food Detox and met a few other looming deadlines. After weeks of focused work on-end combined with feeling down about the barre studio closing, my body and mind were in need of a getaway. David had meetings in […]

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5 Healthy Coffee Alternatives

June 11, 2018
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I’ve never been a coffee drinker but many people – my clients included – have a love-hate relationship with the beverage. There’s no doubt it’s addictive and not just because of the caffeine. Many coffee-drinkers report that they’re just as tied to the experience of drinking coffee as they are the energy it gives them. […]

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