FlipBelt Review & Discount Code

I always have a hard time figuring out what to do with my phone when I want to run. For me, music is a must-have while doing any sort of outdoor activity, but I can't stand wearing my phone on my arm in a holder so I usually end up holding it in a hand. Running and holding a phone never ends up well, so you can guess how many times my phone has skidded across the pavement. Recently, as part of … [Read more...]

Ready for a challenge? Join me for the Whole Life Challenge.

  This has been one of the best summers in my life. I've spent days watching my kids make lasting memories at camp and many hours poolside as they learn how to swim. However, one thing that has suffered this summer though is my fitness and health goals. Less time at the moms group in CrossFit and more time at the pool snack bar this summer means I need to get back on track.   Last … [Read more...]

Ready for anything with Reebok CrossFit Nano 4.0: Review & Giveaway

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The following post is sponsored by FitFluential LLC on behalf of Reebok. When I started CrossFit last year, I quickly realized the importance of proper footwear. One of our first WODs included deadlifts and it only took a few lifts to realized that my fat-soled running shoes I had worn for years were not going to cut it in CrossFit. After asking my coach and other members of the class what … [Read more...]

Why you should join a team for your next Spartan Race

Last weekend, I ran the Spartan Sprint in Amesbury, MA. It was my third Spartan and the first time I *truly* ran with a team. For the first two races I ran with a team but we weren't a team besides the matching shirts and carpooling to the race. Everyone had their own goals and once we passed the start line, racers scattered and we met up afterwards for a post-race beer and to laugh about our … [Read more...]

Summer Stages of Life

I love summer. Some of my fondest childhood memories are summer days filled with early morning swim practice, tennis camp then more swim practice. When I became a high schooler, summers were spent at the barn and horse shows until I moved away to college and summers became a blur of moving back in with my parents and catching up with old friends. I was a nanny to twins in the morning while their … [Read more...]