LANA’S TWO WEEK PROGRESS FROM 21 DAY FIX

Lana and I were basketball co-captains our Jr. and Sr. year in high school.  Now we both homeschool large amounts of rambunctious kids.  We also used to be finny (looked thin but it’s all fat) and spend our evenings grazing on less than nutritious food.  Like me, Lana wanted a change and to get healthy.  Like me, her kids have been inspired and wanted to be like Mom and eat their veggies.  And, to no surprise of mine, she also, like me, has seen results after just two weeks.

Lana has cleaned up her diet and prioritized the right foods and portions as well as worked out 30 minutes everyday following the 21 Day Fix program.  She’s lost 4 lbs and 5.5 inches in one week and is feeling energized and happy.  I’m so super proud of Lana and the commitment she has made. 

***Lana gave me permission to share her progress. I would never publicly share anyone’s result or progress pictures unless they gave me permission.  Privacy and and vulnerability are just as important in our challenge groups as is fun and encouragement.



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Pomegranate Bite Bursts: Shakeology Hack

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This is so yum! Those of you that like mixed food textures (I know some don’t) I recently discovered the deliciousness of adding some frozen pomegranate seeds to your Shakeology!

There’s a restaurant in downtown Greenville called “Pomegranates” and they told us that in the fall, when the fruit is I’m season they de-seed and store giant tubs of frozen pomegranate seeds to use throughout the rest if the year! This is so brilliant and I have loved utilizing this idea.

The frozen seeds added to the blended Shakeology are slightly reminiscent of bubble tea (in concept- not taste.). Try it!

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Ideas For Our Bedroom: Floating Wall

Sam and I decided to take the downstairs large bedroom as the master. Unfortunately every wall has doors or windows which make for an awkward backdrop and orientation.

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Our solution came from my wise and talented mom. We are going to build a partial wall to act as a new smooth back drop for the bed and side tables. Something like this:

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http://makezine.com/craft/diy_headboard_inspiration/

Or this:

http://archrecord.construction.com/residential/recordHouses/2012/Heavy-Metal-House-slideshow.asp?slide=4

Any other ideas?

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