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How to Stay Fit During the Holidays

How to Stay Fit During the Holidays

Hoodie and Leggings: ZAFUL c/o   Shoes: Vans (old)   Sunglasses: Urban Outfitters 

The Holidays are filled with many temptations. Christmas cookies, festive cocktails, and Holiday dinners are around every corner, and it can be difficult to stay on track. For some strange reason, I find myself to be more motivated to eat healthy during this time of year. Where as during the Summer months, I am more likely to slack off. You would think it would be the opposite since you don’t have to walk around in a bathing suit in the middle of Winter!  (more…)

Healthy Pumpkin Pie Smoothie Recipe

Pumpkin Pie Smoothie Recipe

Tis the season for pumpkin overload! You should be eating so many pumpkin related food items that your face begins to turn orange! Obviously, I am joking but my pumpkin spice latte to water ratio is a little disproportionate!  (more…)

What I Eat in a Day |Video|

Over the past few years I have become more and more interested in what I am eating and living a healthier lifestyle. Being healthy is one of my biggest passions. Even my husband will tell you that the inside of our fridge looks like the produce aisle at the grocery store! I think the most difficult aspect of eating right is actually trying to figure out what to eat in the first place!

When we feel stumped with what to make for a certain meal, we tend to make bad decisions. So I thought I would share with what I ate this particular day to give you some recipe idea to kick start a healthy day of eating! Watch the video to see what I like to eat in a day! Recipe details below!


Green Smoothie

Kale, Celery, Spinach, Cilantro, Apple, Banana, Ginger Root, Lemon Juice, Cinnamon

Coffee with Coconut Creamer and Liquid Stevia

Veggie Omelet 

Mushrooms, Red Pepper, Onion, Spinach, Avocado, Salsa and 2-3 eggs.


Almond Butter Sandwitch

Gluten Free Toast, Raw Almond Butter, Banana, and Raw Honey

Green Tea (Yogi)


Orange and/or Lara Bar


Quinoa Sweet Potato Medley 

Cubed Sweet Potato Baked at 375 for 30 Minutes

Quinoa |2 Parts Water 1 Part Quinoa| Let Simmer for 15-20 Minutes

Black Beans, Onion, Red Pepper, Kale Sautéed in a Pan with Olive Oil

Avocado Cream Sauce | Avocado, 2 Garlic Cloves, Salt, Pepper, Olive Oil, Lemon Juice, 1 T Water and Cilantro| Blended in a food processor until smooth

Place Cooked Quinoa in a Bowl. Then mix in the sautéd veggies and sweet potatoes. Place Avocado Cream sauce on top!

The Green Smoothie for Gorgeous Skin |Recipe|

The Green Smoothie for Gorgeous Skin |Recipe|In the past year or so, I have realized that a lot of my skin issues are related to how I take care of my body. If I am eating a lot of sugar, not sleeping, or super stressed, it shows up on my face in the form of an evil red monster. In the hopes to banish all acne, I began to introduce green smoothies into my diet. Although my skin is far from perfect, I have noticed a tremendous difference in my skin when I am drinking my green smoothie every morning!The Green Smoothie for Gorgeous Skin |Recipe|

The Green Smoothie for Gorgeous Skin |Recipe|

The Green Smoothie for Gorgeous Skin |Recipe|

Green smoothies are not only packed with tons of fruits and vegetables that provide our bodies with vitamins and minerals, but it also helps our bodies to rid itself of toxins. When our body has an excess build up of toxins, it attempts to release them in the form of waste, (Ew, I know. I’m sorry ladies, but I had to go there). And if it is not releasing toxins from your waste, then it tries to rid them through your skin! Green smoothies can help our bodies to detoxify, which in turn can give you gorgeous and glowing skin!

Today I wanted to share with you my personalized recipe for the gorgeous green smoothie. I originally discovered this recipe from Kimberly Snyder, who is a celebrity nutrient! I just added  a few of my favorite ingredients!

 Green Smoothie for Gorgeous Skin Recipe

1 Generous Handful of Spinach

1 Gala Apple

1 Pear

1 Frozen Banana

1 Handful of Frozen Pineapple

Juice of Half a Lemon

1 1/2 Cups of Almond Milk

*Sometimes I will add celery as well.

The day I photographed I did not have celery or pears on hand!


1. Take a handful of Spinach and place it in the blender.

2. Add almond milk and begin to blend.

3. Add the cut up pieces of apple, celery, and pear to the machine and blend again until smooth.

4. Once smooth, add the frozen banana and frozen pineapple.

5. Squeeze the juice of half a lemon into the blender.

6. Blend until smooth and serve.

Have you tried any recipes for green smoothies that you just can’t get enough of? I’d love to try your recipe! Leave the ingredients below!

Happy Blending!