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16 Weeks Pregnant

by Emily Saunders You asked for it so you get it!  Each month for the next 4 to 5 I will spill the beans about all things pregnancy, both good and bad! So here goes: Notes:  My bump is WAY bigger with Baby Boy #2 than it was with Adler.  I am already wearing maternity pants/shorts only.  There is no ... Read More »

First Month $1- 3 Day Sale

The kids are back to school and schedules are back in sync.  There is no more sleeping in (as if you ever do that anyway- you’re a MOM) and the regimen is back. What a perfect time to commit to MOM’s healthy goals not only for yourself but also for your FAMILY! We hear from a lot of moms who ... Read More »

Nutrition Tip: BCAAs

By Kate Horney I personally don’t use many, but one supplement I’ve come to love are BCAAs. For a busy Moms, BCAA supplements do wonders to help fight both hunger AND cravings… and they’re great for fat loss as well! Check out some benefits… —BCAAs lower cortisol. —BCAAs balance brain chemistry. —BCAAs control hunger. A photo posted by Kate Horney | ... Read More »

Guest Post: Balance & Joy — Discovering This Runner’s Trail

Momsanity Sister Jessica Moorefield shares her very raw, very real journey with fitness….. I grew up a runner.  I was a fairly “sporty” kid, tomboyish, I guess, played soccer on an otherwise all-boys team, loved to get involved in any physical challenge that presented itself.  My mom ran, my older brother ran – it was natural that I join those ... Read More »

Transitioning to Table Foods

By Kate Horney Warren is now at the age that we’re transitioning him to table foods.  He is still breastfeeding, but in addition to “mommy milk” he gets to explore “big boy” foods as well. At this age, most babies are great at eating pureed foods, cereals, etc that have been introduced as part of their diet along with breast milk ... Read More »

Coach Emily’s 11 Favorite Things- Summer Edition

I LOVE Summer- I mean I really love it.  I pray every winter that God would help me enjoy it, but I just don’t.  I don’t love cold weather activities or bulky clothes or brown everything.  I DO love bright Summery colors, tank tops, shorts, hiking, swimming, sunbathing, outside walking and playing and much much more! On this edition of ... Read More »

Banana Blueberry Protein Pancakes

By Kate Horney We LOVE protein pancakes at our house.  And while I’m a huge fan of our traditional Blueberry Protein Pancake recipe I was recently inspired to switch things up and add some banana (helps with texture as well as taste!).  These were a HUGE hit for the whole family…..  So today I wanted to share the recipe with YOU so ... Read More »


We’ve got a fun Summer series coming your way! Our awesome newsletter subscribers are about to receive 8 WEEKS of The GREAT 8 Nutrition Tips. There’s SO much information out there about nutrition. What should you trust?  Is it all about calories?  Can you eat fruit?  How much fat should you be eating?  Are all carbs bad?  Is protein really ... Read More »

Recipe Makeover: Strawberry Crock Pot Oatmeal

By Kate Horney I don’t know about you, but I LOVE anything strawberry. With fresh strawberries in season and a few local farms just miles from our house, we’ve been picking TONS and LIVING on fresh berries and I’ve been loving getting creative and adding them to EVERYTHING! So whether you pick your strawberries fresh or use frozen….. here’s a fun ... Read More »

Coach Debbie, The Hangover, Laziness, and White Chocolate

What does the inside of your mini-van look like? One of my babysitters says it looks like “The Hangover” and she is so right.  It’s embarrassingly disgusting at all times.  The front passenger side is filled with so much stuff like protein powder and fleece jackets and water bottles; the back is often loaded with hundreds of pounds of dumbbells.  ... Read More »

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