I get a lot of questions about my routines from diet to keeping it up with it all. Read on for some tips!
To avoid getting hangry, I take two scoops of Vital Proteins Collagen Powder (non-flavored) in my almond milk latte every morning.
The benefits of collagen are many. It’s the most abundant protein in your body. It can relieve joint pain and improving skin health. I’ve personally noticed better hair quality and stronger nails. After all, increased skin hydration leads to less wrinkles. Do I have your attention now?
Multi tasking is key.
I drink Dandelion Tea with almond milk and snack on salted almonds and kale chips as I respond to e-mails.
I work on my pilates ring while I help the kids with their homework. Yes they think I’m crazy. The pilates ring tones my inner thighs. I even bring it in my suitcase when we travel.
1 big bunch of organic kale, washed and dried
pinch off the leaves from the stalk into small pieces
drizzle with avocado oil and sea salt
Bake for 15 min on 350 degrees
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Magnesiam powder // D3 Gummies // Sheets for the Arrowhead Cabin // Baby Pacifier (yet he doesn’t take one right now, unfortunately) // Hand Sanitizer for traveling with kids! // Aspartame Free Gum (I buy a 3 pack for traveling)
Tonight we are having lemon chicken and oregano potatoes tonight. We have a ton of meyer lemons on our bush in our yard so I’m making that with oregano. It’s delicious. I’m making it in the crock pot because I tend to burn everything. Want the recipe? Look below:
Chicken and Potatoes
1 whole chicken or a couple chicken breasts (whatever I have on hand)
4 lemons freshly squeezed
1 cup of water or enough to cover the potatoes
4 large potatoes peeled and chopped
If it’s a crazy busy day ahead, start in the morning and throw it in a crock pot. If not, place all ingredients in a 9×13 dish and cook for 1 hour in 350 degrees or until chicken and potatoes are tender. The lemon makes the sauce amazing! Serve with rolls and a green salad. Top off the salad with my homemade salad dressing here!
Oh the dreaded word!! But seriously it HAS to be done. Other things that help laundry and organization are giving each of my kids a chore that is age specific. My oldest does the laundry, second daughter loads/unloads the dishwasher, oldest boy (#3) takes out the trash and the 5 year old takes out the small trash cans from the upstairs bathrooms. I will not claim that my kids do their chores without reminders (nagging) or without some bribing and I’ll admit I have to do lots of incentives, but it eventually gets done. For example, a popular incentive in my house are healthy lollipops. I use those candy on a stick for everything and MANY TIMES A DAY !! :)))