What is the reality of post-divorce when raising kids? I find myself feeling like the emotional scars of children are the casualties of divorce. Children hide a lot and as they mature it stings really hard. How do you explain why you are a single parent especially when they see the other parent move on with another life. There is no amount of time or gifts that can undo how children feel about their new life. Each year is a challenge as
The new year is an opportunity to continue my consistent fitness regimen and eating right. A healthy lifestyle is about focus, commitment, and training. Below are some of my tips on how I plan to continue making my wellness a priority.
Tips for Healthy Living
- Preventative Office Visit and Lab Work – my insurance plan covers an annual preventative office visit and blood work. This is extremely helpful with implementing changes. I now take vitamins and fish oil supplements. This helps with providing me with additional nutrients and vitamins. Supplements are only helpful if eating the right foods. Fish oil is a supplement that has omega-3 fatty acids, which help to reduce triglycerides and protect against heart disease.
- Annual Eye Exam – My last eye exam was two years and I decided to add this my health to- do list. After my examination, the optometrist suggested I continue to schedule once a year based on my age. This was followed up by an exam and a new prescription. If it’s time for a new exam and prescription, if eligible you can try this new app from Warby Parker
- Once you have a new prescription, you can check out Warby for new eyeglasses
- Fitness Equipment
- YouTube is my go-to for free fitness videos. I have achieved a lot of progress with kettlebells, TRX, and resistance bands. I need to add more to my equipment with additional dumbbells, a heavier kettlebell, and a cycling bike. Also, I like to add other workouts to diversify my fitness regimen. Last month, I tried a boxing class and now I have to research adding a bag for boxing at home. Some of the other workouts I enjoy are Barre, Yoga, and Pilates.
- Food and Snacks – My favorite places for grocery shopping is either Wegmans or Whole Foods. I am learning that paying a bit more for quality is worth it.
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Fit Mom: Commitment to Fitness and Eating Right
Last year during my preventative office visit, I received my exam and a DPT vaccine. I can’t remember how many years since my last vaccine. My blood work showed I was deficient in Vitamin D and Vitamin B12. Also, my LDL was elevated. The nurse practitioner prescribed a prescription strength Vitamin D, started me on a B12 supplement and fish oil supplement. I continued the supplements for weeks after my exam in December.
An update to my preventative office visit and blood work for this year. In the past 17 weeks, I have consistently worked out for 3-4 times a week and changed my eating habits. My blood work last year showed elevated triglycerides, LDL level, high deficiency of Vitamin D and Vitamin B12. I am happy to report my LDL lowered from 122mg/dL to 113mg/dL, my overall cholesterol is 190 mg/dL. My Vitamin D and B12 are at good levels. I started taking vitamin supplements and continued to take my fish oil supplements. I attribute my improvements with managing my diet to include whole grains, veggies, fruit, and lean meat. My annual exam is now a part of my wellness regimen each year. Preventative blood work provides a good overview of physical health. My ob/gyn visits are scheduled annually as well as my mammogram. Definitely, consult with your doctor on an annual basis for your age group and if you plan to start an exercise regimen.
I have included an infographic from Hims which shares screenings, vaccines, and additional exams necessary for each group by age range.
A workout regimen with consistency brings results. Fitness is how I have transformed my body into a better fit machine. My eating regimen has become disciplined and more rigid. I do treat myself to special desserts in moderation and I keep my favorite dark chocolate, sea salt and almonds within reach. Again, it’s in moderation. I realize how much I use to overindulge with chips, chocolate, ice cream and expected it to not show up. I changed my diet and stuck to working out 4 times a week using my TRX, kettlebell and resistance bands. This is on left, where I started and right, 5 weeks later. The consistency is key and changing my eating habits. I do treat myself on the weekend if I want a small snack. In 5 weeks, I stopped drinking sugary drinks, juices, soda (not a frequent drinker), alcohol and coffee. I usually have my coffee with a sugar-free/fat-free but I replaced it with green tea. My tea is sweetened with honey and lemon or lime. Since starting 11 weeks ago I have increased band weight to medium and moved from a 5lb kettlebell to a 10lb kettlebell.
Some of the benefits of using each of these pieces of equipment:
TRX (total resistance exercise)
- burn fat
- builds core strength
- strength train
- muscle build
- heart healthy
- easy to use at home or if traveling
- plenty of workouts for all fitness levels
- provides a full body workout
- body weight creates resistance
Kettlebell(5lbs to 10lbs) – I use @fitbodybyAmy definitely watch her how to do kettlebell swings video. Form is very important.
- builds core strength
- burn fat
- strength train
- muscle build
- upper and lower body workouts
- builds grip and flexibility
Resistance Loop Bands
- muscle build
- workout for abs
- upper and lower body workout
- perfect for home workouts or if traveling
- can adjust the resistance
I start my morning with oatmeal and walnuts, a bottle of water and my multivitamin and fish oil capsule. On the weekends, I will have oatmeal but there are options. Egg white omelets, turkey sausage, turkey bacon, whole wheat pancakes or waffles. You can get creative making breakfast burritos with eggs, sausage, bacon add some avocado. I started buying the Real Food Made Simple brand of burritos. The sodium is not bad and for a frozen entree they are tasty. My morning snack consists of something such a Larabar, vanilla greek yogurt, almonds, fruit. If you add fruit to yogurt that makes it more filling. Fresh fruit is always a good morning snack. I keep it simple with grapes, bananas, berries, and pineapple.
Lunch is leftovers. I try to avoid cold cuts or any processed deli meat. In addition to the preservatives, the level of sodium is not good. Tuna is a good source of nutrients and easy to mix up with some vegetables. A spinach salad filled with veggies and a dash of balsamic vinegarette. I only like fresh pasta and wish there were more brands that sold whole wheat pasta.
For dinner, I try to have a whole grain, veggie, and protein. I do eat meat but try to reserve myself to chicken, fish (cod or salmon), turkey.
Snacks include fruit, greek yogurt, raw almonds(no salt), Larabars, rice rolls, natural peanut butter, whole wheat crackers.
The results are phenomenal especially when I see the amount of muscle mass I have vs. at the beginning of this journey. In spite of the Thanksgiving holiday, I tried to keep my servings to a minimum and sent away as many leftovers as possible including desserts. Now as Monday approaches, I am back to my regular routine.
You can follow my progress on IG @fit2fortyeight.
* received the mattress and accessories for review purposes only. All opinions shared are my own.
Sleep with the Right Mattress
I was in the market for a new mattress for my tween’s twin bed. There are so many brands and types of mattresses on the market to make shopping overwhelming. When I was given an opportunity to review the TomorrowSleep mattress, I was so excited. As a full-time working parent, our days start early and end late. I knew this was the perfect surprise for my tween. She struggles with getting a restful night’s sleep, especially after a weekend. I have resorted to unplugging the wifi and having her remove her phone from the room. Technology is the crux of her sleep issues. My goal is to try to make her room as relaxing as possible. Hopefully, the new mattress will encourage her to make her bed each morning. A well-made bed looks more inviting than one that is unmade. I will keep my fingers crossed.
Tomorrow Sleep Mattress- Unpacking
Just in time for the new year and after a long holiday break, it is perfect timing for unpacking my tween’s new mattress from Tomorrow Sleep. The TomorrowSleep hybrid mattress is available in medium soft or medium hard, my tween wanted the medium soft. We also received a mattress protector and 500 thread count sheets. I love the fact the mattress is packaged in a heavy-duty plastic so it is well protected before unpacking. The box also includes instructions for removing the mattress and unwrapping. There is no need to search for scissors to remove the exterior plastic because a cutter is provided to easily remove the packaging. The mattress is inside of a vacuum-packed bag, as soon as the bag is cut open, the mattress expands to its actual size.
The mattress protector was very easy to put on and is a perfect fit for the mattress. I love the fact it is waterproof and will protect the mattress from dust and dirt. My tween is always complaining about being too hot or too cold. The mattress protector helps to pull temperature from the body and work with the cooling system of the mattress to regulate body temperature. The 500 thread count sheets are extremely soft and were really easy to put on within a few minutes. Some of our old sheets were such a hassle to put on and none of the sets stayed on overnight. I really like the design of the fitted sheet with the elastic on each corner to ensure the sheet fits securely on the mattress.
She could not wait to test it out……..
Some of our Ideas to Prepare for a Good Night’s Sleep
- Cozy pair of pajamas
- Diffuser with lavender oil
- Freshly laundered bed linens
- Comfortable pillows(replace every 6 months), I buy hypoallergenic pillows for my tween due to her asthma
- Eye mask if comfortable
- Glass of warm milk
- Unplug, remove all devices for the night
- Nightlight, adjustable
- Make the bed each morning
An afternoon nap on the new mattress, I guess she gives the new mattress a huge thumbs up!
What is your bedtime routine to get a good night’s sleep?
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Fit Body Goals
My weekly schedule feels overwhelming at the time but I make it a priority to schedule in my workouts. I have learned in the past sixteen weeks of eating right and consistently exercising three to four times a week that all bodies are different. Someone asked me why was I exercising and it’s funny because people honestly believe a slender build requires no work. I’m here to tell you that I still have to work on being fit after the age of 45. What I eat impacts my wellness and the shape of my body especially around my middle. I was excited to have my annual exam followed up with my bloodwork. My triglyceride and LDL levels are down compared with last year which lowered my overall cholesterol level. I attribute this greatly to my diet combined with a consistent workout regimen. It is amazing how the body transforms with consistency and the ability to build muscle. My goal is not to lose weight but to become fit, reduce my fat % and build muscle. The improved strength and endurance make a huge difference in my physical and mental well-being. This is not a new year resolution as I am not a resolution person. Staying fit is a lifetime commitment. I leave room to enjoy foods I love but it is not on a daily basis. Moderation and treating
Today with my tween, I decided to try a thirty-minute boxing class at Title Boxing Club in Malvern, PA. The first class is free and the only thing we had to pay for were the wraps for our hands at $10 per pair. Before we started, Eva, the trainer went through the types of shots to the bag with us. The workout starts with a warmup of squats and jumping jacks to get the muscles warmed up, next we did a combination of exercises with jabs, hooks, and uppercuts. Lastly, we grabbed a medicine ball (6lbs) to do crunches(legs either under the bag or around the bag) and variations of the plank. I really enjoyed the class and would try again. It was a great combination of exercises for the abs, lower body, upper body, and cardio. The thirty-minute workout is perfect for a beginner.
As a member, the gym also provides free weights if you want to get a workout instead of a boxing or kickboxing class. There are also showers available as well.
Fitness is about setting goals that work for you and putting in the work to achieve those goals. It takes time and dedication!Things I Learned in Last
10 Fit Things I Learned in 16 Weeks
- Making healthier choices is a lifestyle change.
- Fitness and Eating right is a daily priority.
- You are what you eat. I feel less bloated when I fuel myself with the right foods.
- Drinking water is necessary, 64oz is my goal. It keeps me hydrated and my body feels more energized.
- It’s ok to eat a favorite food or snack as a treat occasionally not on daily basis.
- Weight-bearing exercises are the best for long-term health as I am getting older.
- Taking supplements with a balanced diet helps provided additional nutrients
- Replace foods with healthier options that taste good or find creative ways to season foods with nonsodium options.
- Make fitness fun and diversify workouts.
- My physical and mental wellness make a better me.
Fitness Motivation Using an App
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You have access to hundreds of classes, outdoor walking and running, indoor cycling, elliptical, treadmill, strength training, stretching, and yoga. There is also training for half and full marathons as well as 5k and 10k, HIIT training, monthly challenges and customized playlists for each workout.
*correction*You try 30 day trial of annual membership with the code GETFIT.
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Mom’s Guide to Getting Kids to Bed on Time
Being a single mom with two children involves a lot of creativity when it comes to solving many situations, getting the kids to sleep is one of those! When I first heard the saying “desperation is the mother of invention,” I smiled, but the truth is now I can’t think of more accurate words to describe my own experience.
When nothing else works, we try to come up with new ideas and sometimes they magically do the job! It would seem only fair to share them with other parents in need of inspiration. So if you’re having a hard time convincing the kids to go to bed on time, here’s what you can try:
Set a bedtime routine and stick to it
I know it seems impossible to impose a specific bedtime, but creating an elaborate slumber-time routine may help. Start it at least an hour before the time you would like the kids to go to sleep. It’s imperative to stick to this routine even during weekends, and one essential catch is to respect the program yourself! Kids are smart and observant: don’t try to trick them, they will know, and you’ll lose your credibility.
Blue lights out
One vital detail in setting the bedtime routine is turning off all blue light screens at least an hour before sack-time. Smart devices make our lives easier in many ways, but using them until late in the night will only disrupt sleep. So engage your kids in other fun or challenging activities, such as discussing the highlights of the day you all just had, playing an indoor game or going for a walk.
Bed is only for rest
Gently convince your children that their bed is only for sleep or sleep-related activities. Yes, it will take some time, so be patient. Don’t forget that they will always follow your example, so if they see you eating in bed or working on your laptop, they’ll tend to do the same. Explain to them the benefits of reserving that space only for rest time; talk to them about the effects their sleeping position has on their slumber and the way they’ll feel in the morning. One particularly helpful idea is to take them with you when shopping for bedding and let them try mattress after mattress until they feel comfortable with one.
No energizing drinks or heavy meals in the evening – that’s probably something any mom already knows, but I wanted to underline it. When you feel you can’t convince them to try a yogurt instead of a bubbly beverage, invent stories about healthy foods, especially when the children are still of young age. Better yet, come up with recipes based on fruits and yogurts and engage the kids in making them.
Invent a special activity
If bedtime stories don’t work, let your imagination go free and invent something to do with your kids before going to sleep. Let it be your private ritual, every evening and make them feel special because they are part of it. It can be anything, from sharing thoughts and feelings to creating original stories, from playing a game to solving funny riddles or quizzes.
*This is a guest blog post by Will@blogondirt.com*
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Holiday Cookie Tradition
Every year cookie baking is our holiday tradition before Christmas day. I have the kids pick out their favorite recipe and the baking begins. Baking is therapeutic and I enjoy it during the holiday season. This year I only baked three varieties that included our favorite chewy chocolate chip, vanishing oatmeal raisin and a new sugar cookie recipe. Last year, I started substituting sea salt in all of my cookie recipes. We love the combination of extra salty and sweet. This was a very easy recipe and no refrigeration is required.
I found that after rolling cookies in sugar to try and keep the cookies slightly round. When I pressed down the dough the batch was flat.
I found the recipe on Pinterest, from AddAPinch.com:
- 1 cup (2 sticks) butter, softened
- 1½ cups granulated sugar
- 1 egg
- 2¼ cups all-purpose flour
- ½ teaspoon baking powder
Recipe Credit here
Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies
I found the best chewy chocolate chip cookie recipe. What is the perfect chewy chocolate chip cookie? I love a homemade chewy cookie that remains chewy days after baking. On Pinterest, there are hundreds of recipes for a “chewy” chocolate chip cookie and it varies depending on the combination of ingredients. I found the perfect recipe that incorporates cornstarch(this was a first for me) and this was from GrandBabyCakes. This year I added my sea salt in place of regular salt.
This was my first time using any of these recipes and this was clearly a great recipe and KID APPROVED! My kids could not stop eating.
The recipe begins below, PERFECT CHOCOLATE CHIPS
- 2 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
- 2 teaspoons cornstarch
- 3/4 teaspoon salt(I used sea salt)
- 1 teaspoon baking powder
- 1 teaspoon baking soda
- 1 cup unsalted butter, softened to room temperature
- 1/2 cup granulated sugar
- 1 1/2 cups packed brown sugar
- 1 large egg plus 2 egg yolks at room temperature
- 1 tablespoon pure vanilla extract
- 2 cups chocolate chips
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees.In a medium sized bowl, whisk together flour, cornstarch, salt, baking powder and baking soda and put aside.
- In the bowl of your mixer, add butter and both granulated and brown sugars and cream together for 3-4 minutes on high until light and fluffy…………
There are some really great tips on how to get a perfectly chewy cookie. One tip includes under baking the cookie for a chewy cookie. I wanted to stick as close as possible to the recipe, however, on my next batch I am definitely going to remove from the oven a few minutes before the full baking time.
Tips*: Refrigerate for 2 hours instead of 1 hour. Watch the time closely!
We are now adding this cookie to our recipe box under COOKIES.
Chocolate Chip Cookie Batter….
I hope you enjoy with a cold glass of milk….
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Sneakers Monthly Subscription with EasyKicks
Sneakers are a major purchase for my tween. My tween is tough on sneakers and I find myself purchasing at least 2 pairs during the school year. I try to save the last pair for summer camp. We have tried multiple brands and most are worn within a few months. She is also very picky when it comes to styles which make purchasing very time-consuming. I discovered Easy Kicks in my email and decided to try one of the monthly subscription options. Easy Kicks offers sizes up to 7Y and two brands Converse and Nike. There is a nice selection of styles to choose from so hopefully, my grade schooler will find a pair every few months. I selected the monthly subscription at $20/month to see if this works for us.
EasyKicks offers the following:
Update**** Since I posted my post, EasyKicks now offers one plan $20.00/month subscription. We have ordered at least 7 pairs and this is far less expensive than going to store and purchasing at full price.
- Sign up for subscription. The price is $20/month. After selecting the plan, include your child’s name, age and shoe size.
- Next, order sneakers. The monthly subscription is per child. They are shipped in a personalized package that includes stickers and addressed to your child. Check the sneakers for a perfect fit. If the fit is not correct, you can select a new size and return in the green pre-paid return bag.
- Sizes change every three months, Easy Kicks will send a reminder email to check size. If the size has changed, reorder new size.
- Your next order comes with a green pre-paid return bag for the sneakers being replaced. You can even ship back other old shoes in the large return bag.
I love to support companies with social good in their mission. My first question, what happens to all of the return sneakers? Easy Kicks recycles the returned sneakers. If the sneakers are in good condition, they are donated to children in need. The worn sneakers are turned into sports courts.
If you decide to subscribe, $5 off first month with code ezgift at checkout.
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Here are a few of our cozy faves.
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