Loving the Skin You're In

I recently watched a segment on a TV talk show, and it really resonated with me. It was all about women and how they are considered “brave” if they share their bodies and what some might consider flaws. The hosts of the show debated back and forth about society and how this has become our norm. However, it made me stop and think - why do we celebrate a particular shape and feel we must change if we don’t fit this mold?

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MindsetJenny Mire
How to Sneak in a Sweat

This time of year, it can be difficult to remember the goals we set forth for ourselves in January. On most of our lists though, I am sure “exercise more” was on there! Instead of waiting until next year, I’d love to share a few helpful tips to help you sneak in a sweat on the days that it may seem impossible. 

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Healthy Living, WorkoutsJenny Mire
What Makes Counting Macros Different

Have you counted calories, portion containers, and points and found little to no results? Have you felt deprived and out of sorts within a few days? I know I did when I tried those methods! It wasn’t until I tried counting macros and carb cycling together that I truly found the results that I was seeking that were also sustainable long-term. So, what makes counting macros different?

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Healthy Living, NutritionJenny Mire
Don't Skip the Struggle!

Today I’m here with some tough love. Lately I’ve been hearing alllll of the excuses. I don’t have time to workout. Eating healthy meals makes it hard to sit down as a family. I have this vacation coming up, so now isn’t the time. I tried for a week, and it just didn’t work for me. Friends, don’t skip the struggle! Making a lifestyle change is HARD

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Healthy Living, MindsetJenny Mire
The Comparison Game & How to Overcome It

In today’s world, it is so easy to fall into the rabbit hole of comparing ourselves to others. We look at others’ lives, jobs, and health and wish certain aspects were our own. However while doing so, we also disregard our own successes and the good in our own lives! Friends, Theodore Roosevelt said it best: Comparison is the thief of joy. 

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Healthy Living, MindsetJenny Mire
Motivation vs. Discipline

Happy Tuesday, friends! With summer vacation coming to a close, I challenge you to take a look at the last few months. Did you achieve the goals you set for yourself? If so, what kept you going? Chances are it was your discipline that kept you moving forward over motivation. If you have found that you’ve fallen short, lack of motivation and discipline most likely won.

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Five Tips for Navigating Restaurants

If you’re like me you love to go out to eat, try new restaurants, and spend some time outside of the house with family and friends. However when it comes to staying on track with nutrition, this may seem like a sacrifice that has to be made. Friends, I’m here to tell you that is NOT true! Today I’d like to share my top tips that help me survive the restaurant scene - leaving me in a place where I can spend time with my friends and family, but also enjoy the food! 

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Micronutrients: They're Important Too!

If you’ve been following me for a while, you know that I track my macronutrients to ensure my body is getting enough protein, carbs, and fat. These are the nutrients our bodies need for energy and to build and repair muscle. I like to think that I’m pretty consistent in reaching these macro goals, but a couple of days ago I took a look at my food diary and was amazed at how little iron I was getting in my diet! Though I had been doing well in hitting my macro goals, as I looked deeper I noticed I was struggling to meet many of my micronutrient goals - another important aspect to consider when striving to fuel my body well!

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Wear that Bikini!

Have you ever seen the image floating around social media that says, “How to have a bikini body: wear one”? This is such a powerful thought, and it is one that seems so simple to take into action. However, that is often not the case. A few weeks ago while I was at the pool with my girls, I noticed myself getting wrapped up into thoughts of things I needed to “work on” to feel more confident in my swimsuit while I hung out at the pool. Then I stopped and thought: WHY? Why am I picking myself apart? I am so much more than this.

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Fourth of July Dishes

In just a few short days, many of us will gather with our friends and family and enjoy a BBQ followed by fireworks. The Fourth of July is one of my very favorite holidays - I love getting together with everyone and enjoying the sunny weather! With that said, a lot of times this day also means big meals that have temptations lying left and right. Today I’d like to share a few ideas that will get you in and out of the kitchen fast, but the simplicity and whole food ingredients will also help you stay on track with your goals!

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RecipesJenny Mire
Leading a Healthy Lifestyle with Kids

Common excuses I hear day to day about why it is too hard to lead a healthy lifestyle is that clients have little ones running around. Friends, here is the honest truth: your kids should be the reason why you live a healthy lifestyle! Finding time to exercise and eat right is the best example you can set forth for them. Today, I’d like to share a few tips of how to do exactly so.

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Eating with Company - How to Say No

Have you ever been at a get together where you try to avoid eating the dessert on the table knowing it doesn’t fit your goals, but also worrying about offending your hosts by not indulging in it? Have you ever just eaten the cake and been bummed you did later in order to avoid the latter? If you’re like me, you’ve been in this place many times.

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Setting Lifestyle Habits in the Summer Months

As we head into the summer months, life gets busy. There are BBQs on the weekends, vacations, and other events that make it easy to steer away from the path of a healthy lifestyle. I often hear from my clients that they’ll jump back in “after the summer is over” or “when things slow down”. However if this is you, it may be time to stop and think: Does it have to be that way? Do we have to work hard January through May of each year, only to lose sight of our goals until after summer when we all know how quickly the holidays approach from there?

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Short & Sweet Workouts On The Go

Happy Tuesday, friends! With all of the travels I did last month and summertime literally just around the corner, my mind is definitely on enjoying the hot sun and some R&R. This may leave me feeling a little less motivated to head to the gym, whether it be because I’m short on time or because I want to hit the pool. Who’s with me?! That’s okay though - I DON’T have to spend hours at the gym to see results. Planning short and effective workouts is truly the way to maximize your time at the gym and maximize your results.

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WorkoutsJenny Mire
Protein for Women

Hi, friends! Do you eat enough protein day to day? Take a look at your diet. As women, we need at least 100 grams of protein each day.  If you’re not reaching this target, it may be time to take a look at your diet and add in a few extra servings here and there! Protein is the main building block of our bodies. It is used to build muscles and enzymes, regulate hormones, and it keeps us full! Without protein, a body cannot function efficiently.

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Intermittent Fasting and Autoimmune Disorders

Intermittent fasting is one of my favorite parts of the lifestyle I choose to live. It gives me the flexibility to eat within a certain time frame that works for my schedule, allow my body to heal and thrive, and I am able to focus upon hydration first and foremost during the day. However, starting out with a 16/8 intermittent fasting protocol  may not be for everyone - especially if you have an autoimmune disease.

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