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Hey Y’all!  Hope your 2017 is going amazingly already!  Now is about the time when we all start to hop on the struggle bus when it comes to our health and fitness resolutions (I mean, roasted cauliflower 5 ways is great and all, but let’s be real, delicious pizza is overdue).  I’m also already daydreaming about a beachy vacation (thus the photo, haha- #goals)- because back-to-work after holidays is no fun.  How are your goals/resolutions coming along?  Are you staying on track, or already starting to drop off a bit too?

Since I’ve started up this whole coaching and accountability thing, it’s had an amazingly positive impact on keeping ME accountable and focused on achieving my goals, while also helping others keep on track with theirs.  I definitely want to keep the momentum going, so I want to invite y’all to one of our free groups, so none of us will lose steam on our 2017 health and fitness goals!  SO.  I seriously want everyone who wants to, to be able to get involved and have some support.  After some thought, it seems like there’s no better way than to offer FREE entry into one of our next challenge groups! Continue reading

Entryway Wainscot- 1 Day DIY project!


This quick little DIY project made such a big impact on our entryway, that I wanted to share a quick how-to post on it!  Our entryway from downstairs is kind of a weird spot in our house, because we switched its location from the interior to the exterior when we built our staircase.  To do that, we blasted through an old closet into what is now the kitchen, but that resulted in a half-plaster, half-“needs to be sheetrocked” wall.  We’re quickly learning that plaster and sheetrock just never seem to meet up properly, and that fact combined with our terrible mudding skills (seriously, how do people learn to be good at it?  Those folks are worth their weight in gold, I swear it!) result in weird-looking walls.   This area was no exception, and it was starting to drive us both a little crazy looking at it.  It also is such a small space, and just needed a little more interest.   Continue reading