Fun news here! We’re partnering up with the good peeps at PaleoHacks to bring you some new recipes (like this immunity-boosting soup), workouts, tips, and more! PaleoHacks is a top source for amazing Paleo recipes, fitness tips, and wellness advice to help you live life to the fullest. Read on for a leg workout that you can do at home — and stay tuned for more healthy content from them in the coming weeks.  Some would say that nothing feels better than a good leg day. You feel a little sore, but sweaty and strong, like you can take on…

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Inspired by “Tidying Up” on Netflix? Us, too! And today, we have tips on how to get your KonMari on at home from Cathy Hannah Pérez, the 159th worldwide certified KonMari Organizing Consultant. Cathy coaches her clients through organizing projects (professional or personal) to create their best lives imaginable. You can reach her at cathyhannahperez@gmail.com or checkout her website, cathyhannahperez.com. Organized Home + Gratitude = Happy Life, by Cathy Hannah Pérez Who believes an organized home equates to a happier life? Who believes organizing one’s home leads to a more grateful attitude? Both statements are true. Organizing may sound mundane, but…

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We talk a lot about how being fit doesn’t “look” a certain way. And this guest post from Kim Holmes, an online fitness coach and founder of My Fit Coach, drills down into why exactly that is. There’s a lot of pressure to look fit — especially “bouncing back” after birth — and Kim helps busy working moms care for their bodies (and minds) through online fitness, nutrition and mindset coaching. As a mom of two young sons herself, Kim understands that you don’t have hours to spend at the gym or meal-prepping. Check out and join her free Facebook…

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We all want to get more done in less time, but could the answer to doing just that be ditching the multitasking altogether and putting our focus on just one thing at a time? Straight from the book Enjoy Time: Stop Rushing, Get More Done by Catherine Blyth, we have the deets on monotasking — and why you should seriously give it a go. (And if you love Catherine’s work as much as we do, be sure to read her other guest post on how to stop procrastinating and stay tuned to our podcast — she’ll be featured as a guest in the coming months!)…

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Arlene Santiago is a Transformational Health Coach and mom of three. She helps moms who struggle with time (because there’s never enough, right?!) and low energy to discover a life of confidence and vitality. Arlene also helps those over age 50 who want to prevent injury, improve balance, and mobility. And today she’s sharing ways to simplify healthy living — not only for you, but for your whole family, too!     Let’s face it — life with a list of to-dos and work is stressful. It can seem impossible to have a healthy lifestyle, even if you really, truly…

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There’s living. And then there’s living with intention. To help us all do that a little bit better, here are a few tips straight from the book, How to Live with Intention by Meera Lester, which is a real-life guide to infusing daily activities with purpose, helping you to improve your sense of peace, gratitude and health, and eliminate thoughts of what is lacking. 1. Assert Yourself Your personal power doesn’t have much to do with your unappreciative boss, a lack of recognition by your spouse for how hard you work, or an economy that makes it difficult to rise on the socioeconomic ladder. These…

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Cheryl L. Mitchell, AKA Miss Doyle, is the maker of Inspire Bath and Body natural deodorant line and other essential oil-based products under her Miss Doyle’s Soapery brand. Inspire Bath and Body deodorant products are made with natural ingredients that help to motivate or calm through essential oils, while also controlling odor on the body. You’ve probably heard Inspire Bath and Body featured on our podcast, as the brand is a long-time sponsor of the show (and we are SO grateful)! With 16 years of education and natural-product development experience, Cheryl is also a pro at creating new and different…

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If you’re interested in adding a new plant-based recipe to your arsenal and want to make sure it’s one that’s full of flavor and sure to please everyone at your table, you’re going to love today’s guest post from Brandi Doming, creator of The Vegan 8 blog and author of the new cookbook, The Vegan 8: 100 Simple, Delicious Recipes Made with 8 Ingredients or Less.  These Teriyaki Patties are my best-loved patties to date and make the most delicious burgers. They are flavored with teriyaki sauce, sweet caramelized onions, toasted sesame seeds, and garlic. They are so hearty and…

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Erin Wathen is a holistic health coach and author of Why Can’t I Stick to My Diet?: How to End the Food Drama. We’ll have her on our podcast as a guest soon, but in the meantime, she’s doing a special guest post for us today on how to practice radical self-love. With it being Valentine’s Day soon, we figured the timing couldn’t be better, whether you’re in a relationship or not … How to Practice Radical Self-Love by Erin Wathen Like many of us, I am a product of the media I absorb. When I was dating, Sex and…

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  Yes, you read that headline right. Stress can actually be a positive thing if we respond to it in a mindful way, says mindfulness and leadership expert Laurie J. Cameron. She’s the founder and CEO of PurposeBlue and the author of the The Mindful Day: Practical Ways to Find Focus, Calm, and Joy From Morning to Evening, and today we have her three tips for using those stressors to your advantage. 3 Mindfulness Keys to Turn Stress to Your Advantage The body’s response to stress — rapid heartbeat and breathing, narrowed vision, and a jolt of adrenaline — is…

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