10 tips for raising healthy eaters (and overcoming picky eating)!

If you are a mama, chances are good you’ve spend some time wondering if your child is eating enough, eating the RIGHT foods, and maybe even wondering why the hell they are spitting out a food they loved yesterday.

After spending the last year coaching in a pediatric clinic and working with the author of a best selling picky eating book, I’ve picked up a few tips. If you want the full guide, click below to download!



Done for you Healthy Menu + Grocery List

Hey mama, 

I know how hard it can be to think up a meal plan, write out the grocery list, and figure out how you're going to execute the plan with a million things on your plate. 

I wish I could figure out how to execute the million things on your plate, but I can (and did) create the meal plan and shopping list ;)

This is for a family of three, so add as you have extra family members. 

I hate the concept of a "meal plan" so this is a menu. You can mix and match as you wish, depending on the day, and depending on what you feel like eating. 

Here's a preview of the menu! Click below to download the whole thing. xoxo 

Healthy Menu and Shopping list for the busy mom.. 7 day menu and grocery list for the busy family
Healthy menu and grocery list for the busy mom

Gift Guide for the athleisure-lover: the gear

If you are still looking for the perfect gift for the on-the-go mama in your life (or your bestie, or YOU...) then I have a few things in mind! And it's not too late to order online and have everything arrive before Christmas ;) 

gift guide for the athleisure-loving mom! Perfect gifts for the on the go mom.

The mini-habit challenge: the ANTI- new years resolution

With less than a month of 2017 left, I wanted to start thinking about a simple way to help busy mamas change their health habits.

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I was doing some research and found that even the tiniest action (i’m talking like a 5 minute walk, or flossing 2 teeth, or drinking 1 freaking glass of water) can really make an impact.



Two reasons.

The first is there is very little pressure. One glass of water seems WAY more doable than drinking 64 oz tomorrow right? And you could probably fit in a 5 minute walk, but if you have to go home after that… who cares… you did your 5 minutes!

And five minutes is WAY easier than telling yourself you will go to the gym everyday this week.

The second reason is because after you begin making tiny changes, you realize that you could probably handle a little more. And it’s the beginning of a major snowball effect (with little to no stress or pressure).


So how does this all go down??


Step 1: Pick something YOU have been wanting to improve. Don’t care about flossing?? Pick something else! This is for Y O U.

Step 2: Tie your action to something you already do.

  • Example: if you make coffee each morning, drink your water right after you turn on the  coffee machine.  You could also fill your bottle while the coffee is brewing. If your goal is to walk 5 minutes, you could go for your mini walk right after you take your kids to school, or right when your husband gets home from work.

  • Other options: after you take a shower, after you brush your teeth, while you're in the carpool line.....

Step 3: Do the mini goal for one week straight. When you sign up for the mini goal challenge (linked below), I’ll send you a cute little printable to check off your goals. Make sure to put your reminder page wherever your trigger is. (i.e. by the coffee machine, on the fridge, by the front door, etc.)

Easy peasy. Now you are on your way to improving your health one mini habit at a time!

Sign up here for the free 5-day-5-minute mini habit challenge! You get a cute printable AND a daily reminder to do your mini goal.

The mini habit challenge. The anti-new years resolution. Change your habits in 5 minutes per day. Perfect for busy moms. Plus a free printable check list.