Friday, August 16, 2019

Currently Loving

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Happy Friday! I hope you've had a great week! This is our first full week of school and it's been a good one. My girls are adjusting well to their back to school schedule but really are all really looking forward to some relaxation and fun this weekend! 

Today, I'm sharing my weekly roundup of what I'm currently loving. I am personally not ready for fall yet but I am thinking ahead to cooler weather and how to transition the items I am purchasing now into my fall wardrobe. If I can't make it work now and later, I'm not probably not going to buy it. I am seeing lots of leopard in my future. I can't get enough!


Which of this week's picks is your favorite?!

1. J E A N S | I am pair of these jeans from last fall and they are still one of my very favorite pairs. The fit is comfortable flattering! I sized down two sizes in this style for the best fit. Don't forget that you can trade a pair of old denim in at Madewell for $20 off a new pair! Find out more here.


2. D R E S S | This dress is $15 and such a great basic. Wear it now with sandals and pair it later with a denim jacket and ankle boots. Such a versatile piece!


3. S K I R T | How many leopard skirts are too many?! I am really loving this one. The leopard print is so much and I love the midi style.


4. M U L E S | I don't need another pair of mules but this pair is so cute! I love the woven design and the neutral color. I always size up a half size in Madewell mules.


5. S H I R T | This is one of my most recent purchases and one of my favorites in a long time. This shirt is a staple! I've already paired it with a white denim skirt but it will also be so good with skinny jeans as the weather cools off. It fits a little oversized so stay true to size for a relaxed fit or size down one if you prefer a more fitted look.


6. H E A D B A N D | I literally wear a headband pretty much every single day. These J. Crew headbands are definitely the most comfortable ones I have found! No discomfort at all. 


7. T E E | How cute is this budget friendly tee?! I love the flower design!


8. N E C K L A C E | I bought this necklace last weekend and I have worn it everyday since. It's such a pretty, simple design and goes with everything!


Thank so much for visiting! I hope you have a great weekend!

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Thursday, August 15, 2019

Back to School and Mom Hacks

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Hey y'all! One week ago, I sent my girls to their first day of school as a second and fourth grader! I can't believe I have a fourth grader. Y'all, time passes by just way too quickly! It seems like she was my sassy two year old just a few days ago and now she's an even sassier nine year old, lol. And my baby, needs to stop growing up too. How is she in second grade?!

Back to school was a little more hectic for us this year. They literally started school the day after we got back from our Disney trip! I neglected to double check their school calendar before planning our trip. I just didn't even stop to think that they would already be back in school this early in August. But, their school does half day Fridays (which I love) so they have to go back a little earlier than other schools around us. With them going back to school right after our trip, I had to get all of our shopping and back to school prep done before we left for our trip. Packing for a family to be away for a week and prepping for school was a little crazy but I did it! 

First of all, I do all of my back to school shopping online. Wondering around the school supply section with two little girls and half of my town, isn't really my idea of fun! It's just stressful. So, I park myself on my couch (or in my bed, like I did this year) with my phone and the school supply lists and hit up Target.com! Literally 20 minutes later, it's done. I let them girls give me feedback on which color folders they want or which pencil case is their favorite. If you don't already shop online for school supplies, try it! I am all about simplifying life and making stressful tasks a lot less stressful... plus shopping online keeps my spending under control because I can see how much I'm spending as I add things to my online shopping cart. Win-win!

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C L O T H E S  A N D  B O W S
Yep, we are still living in our matching outfits. Another way that I eliminate stress is by dressing them the same. I know this wouldn't necessarily work for every set of siblings or every family but it totally works for us. Laundry is simple. Getting dressed is quick. Also, it eliminates a lot of drama! Most of their clothes (actually almost all of them) are from Target, Old Navy, and H&M. I love the comfortable fabric, the fun designs, and the price (most of all)! Also, a fun fact: Cat and Jack line at Target has a one year warranty. If anything gets a hole in it, bring your receipt in with the item and they will give you your money back (if you have a Red Card, you don't have to save your receipt but I try to anyways). I have done this many times, especially when they wear a whole into the knees of their jeans! Also, since my kids dress the same everyday, we needed to simplify their wardrobes. I used to overbuy for them just because I saw something that was cute. Now, I'm more intentional about building a wardrobe for them that works well together. This means basics that mix and match. H&M is my go-to for great closet staples for my kiddos!

Also, let's talk about their hair bows. I got a pack of 20 bows for $13.99! These are the nice bows, too. The six inch ones with the alligator clips. The colors are gorgeous and the quality is amazing! I just couldn't believe the price! I was paying $3-$5 for one bow before! We have been wearing these bows for over a year and they really last. I love them and recommend them to all of my friends who also have little girls! Such a great deal.



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W A T E R  B OT T L E
My girls only drink water while they are at school so I always try to find them a fun water bottle to take to school with them. I love the style of this one and I also love that the lid is attached!



S H O E S
They have to have a pair of sneakers for PE class at school so I bought these. I love that they are black so they don't show dirt. Also, this style washes us great in the washing machine! They were super excited about them and they said they are very comfortable! They wore them in Disney for six days of walking and had zero complaints. 



P A C K I N G  L U N C H E S
Packing lunches isn't my favorite task but it's more fun with these budget friendly hacks. I love the idea of bento boxes but they can be so pricey so I found a budget friendly way to achieve the same organization. I use inexpensive (a four back is only $1.88) food storage containers from Walmart. You can find them in the kitchen supply aisle near the water bottles and lunch boxes. I have eight of these containers so that I can throw them in the dishwasher each day. I use four or five of the little silicone food cups in the box to organize their food. For example, we put cut up ham, crackers, grapes, cheese cubes, pretzels, strawberries, boiled eggs, etc. in the cups. This is a great alternative if you have kids who don't want to eat sandwiches. I love these reusable silicone cupcake liners because they can be used over and over and thrown in the dishwasher after each use!

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B A C K P A C K S  A N D  L U N C H  B O X E S
Next up is a total mom hack! I always use Scotch Gard on my shoes but I started using it on my kids' backpacks and lunch boxes a couple of years ago. It helps keep them so much cleaner! It's a must try! I have been buying backpacks and lunch boxes from Pottery Barn Kids since Julianna was going into kindergarten. My seven year old uses I always have small size backpack and my nine year old uses the large size backpack. We have had great luck with this brand and we can usually get at least two years of use out of their backpacks!

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T E A C H E R  G I F T S
And lastly, teacher gifts! I was a classroom teacher for four years so I fully understand how incredibly exhausting the beginning of the school year is. Since Julianna started school, I have put together back to school gifts for our teachers. I usually try to give it to them on the first day of school but with our trip ending the day before school started, I didn't get them together in time. I'm planning to give them some goodies tomorrow to celebrate the first full week of school. Last year's gift included: coffee, gum, sticky notes, chocolate, a face mask, hand sanitizer, and sharpies. I'll probably do something super similar this year, too!

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Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Instagram Roundup

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Happy Wednesday! I hope your week is going well! I seriously forgot how productive I can be when I'm not traveling and my kids are back in school. My girls have had a great first few days and I'll be sharing more about going back to school and a few of my personal mom hacks here on the blog tomorrow. 

Today, I'm sharing my an Instagram Roundup with a few outfits and photos from the past couple of weeks. Most of my recent outfits included mouse ears and I'll be sharing those next week in a Disney vacation post! I can't wait to share more about our trip!

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A white top and a denim skirt are closet staples for me! I love how simple yet put together this outfit is for casual summer days.


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But first, brunch! I need another meal like this in my life ASAP. So delicious.


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Yep, another white top and denim. You just can't go wrong! This is a great, easy mom uniform.


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The very best ears on the market! These were so comfortable, even my kids approved!


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Another day, another denim skirt. I added this black one to my closet recent and I have loved styling it. The fit is true to size.


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This skirt might be my most favorite purchase of the summer! The side slit is so flattering and fun. I paired it with a budget friendly graphic tee. I sized up one size in the skirt and tee.


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Tuesday, August 13, 2019

One Year of Intermittent Fasting

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Before I begin this post, I wanted to remind you to always check with your doctor before you start any sort of new diet program. Also, be sure to do your own research as well. This is simply my own experience and journey so yours may look different. Again, I am not a health or nutrition expert, what I'm sharing below is all based on my own personal experience.

Happy Tuesday! I hope you had a great weekend! Today is all about intermittent fasting! I began this journey of intermittent fasting on August 1, 2018 and today, I'm sharing my experience with intermittent fasting in the past year. I can't believe it's already been a year! When I first started fasting last year, I did it out of curiosity to see if I could do it and how it would make me feel. I never imagined that I would stick with it for a whole year. So in today's post, I'll be answering your questions that you sent me over on Instagram (and updated some old questions that have been asked previously) but if you have any additional questions that you don't see answered in this post, feel free to ask in the comments or send me an e-mail. I will be happy to answer any questions to the best of my ability and based on my own personal experiences!

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W H A T  I S  I N T E R M I T T E N T  F A S T I N G?
I heard another blogger mention intermittent fasting last summer and at that time, I had no clue what it was. I had never even heard of it so I immediately looked it up. I stumbled upon this article that was published literally a day before I first heard of IF. It simply explains what it is...

"Intermittent fasting (IF) is an eating pattern that cycles between periods of fasting and eating."

W H A T  I S  Y O U R  T I M E  F R A M E?
There are many ways to go about intermittent fasting but the most common methods are fasting for 24 hours, twice a week or the method I chose, fasting for 16 hours, everyday, How this works for me is, I stop eating at 9pm and then I break my fast at 1pm the next day. So basically, I fast while I'm sleeping and in the morning. This method worked best for me because I wasn't a big breakfast eater anyways. I rarely ate much before 11am prior to IF. Also, you don't have to dive right into trying to fast for 16 hours. You can do it gradually. My husband is actually doing intermittent fasting with me and this is how he started out last August. He's also stuck with it for almost a year, too!

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D I D  Y O U  F O R G E T  Y O U R  S T A R T  A N D  S T O P  T I M E S  A T  F I R S T?
I forgot my stop time more than anything the first couple of months. I would forget what time it was and mindlessly grab something else to eat after my stop time. I have definitely gotten so much better about this in the past year and I don't mindlessly snack when I'm bored anymore. Prior to IF, I was so bad at eating junk when I wasn't even hungry. Sometimes I do forget to eat. I know that sounds weird but I always start to feel hungry around 11:30 am. But, I usually get busy at work and sometimes don't even realize that it's already 1pm. This doesn't happen often but sometimes I have to set a reminder in my phone so that eat I remember to eat on time. I eat my first meal at 1pm, have a snack around 4pm, and dinner by 7pm. Sometimes, I'll also have a small, healthy snack right before I stop eating at 9pm. I honestly think I might eat more now that I'm fasting intermittently!

W H A T  A R E  T H E  B E N E F I T S  A N D  H O W  I S  Y O U R  
E N E R G Y  L E V E L  A F F E C T E D??
The personal benefits that I have noticed the most are increased energy and concentration. I was completely surprised by both of these because I assumed I would struggle with them both since I wasn't eating. But, the opposite happened! The first two weeks this wasn't the case but after I got past the those first fourteen days, I felt so much better and my body had adapted to it's new way of eating. I definitely had a lot less energy when I first started because my body was adjusting but now I have so much more energy overall. 

Other possible benefits are: weight loss, improved fat burning, reduces inflammation, and it also can lower your risk of heart disease, cancer, and type 2 diabetes.

After a year in, the biggest benefit for me has been discipline. Before doing IF, I wouldn't think twice about what I was eating. I would grab a piece of candy here or a cookie there anytime of day. But now, I don't snack out of boredom. Besides being more disciplined about my eating, I feel like I have become more disciplined overall. Since my concentration has improved, I feel like I am better able to complete tasks. I have been able to be more intentional about devotionals, exercise, errands, and other everyday tasks. I am also more hydrated (when I start to feel hungry, I grab some water), which definitely improves how I feel overall!

Also, I have learned to listen to my body. I have learned to eat what my body needs and to stop eating things that do not make me feel good. Having an eating window has helped me to be elevate what foods make me feel bloated or just lethargic instead of providing me with energy like they should. If it makes you feel bad, stop eating or drinking it. It's crazy how many things I have learned to just stop putting in my mouth through this IF journey! Also, during this process, I have started eating gluten free about 80% of the time. I don't celiac disease but my body definitely doesn't like gluten and I have really been able to realize that since I started intermittent fasting. 

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C A N  Y O U  H A V E  C O F F E E  I N  T H E  M O R N I N G?
Yes! I would actually 100% personally recommend coffee in the morning, mostly because I love coffee! I feel like it definitely helps curb your hunger and gives you a boost of energy. I usually start my morning with one cup of black coffee or a plain Americano. I literally don't feel hungry at all after a cup of either.

During my 16 hour fast, I don't go completely calorie free but I always stay under 50 calories. I do add a tablespoon of heavy whipping cream (so delicious) and a packet of stevia.

W H A T  D O  Y O U  E A T  W H E N  Y O U'R E  N O T  F A S T I N G  A N D  
H O W  D O  Y O U  P L A N  Y O U R  D A Y?
Since I'm only eating eight hours out of a 24 hour period, I have to be strategic about getting in my calories and making sure that I am eating the right kind of foods. Back in July, I gave up pretty much all bread and regular pasta. I do eat corn tortillas, potatoes, and I rarely say no to dessert. But, everything in moderation. That's one of my biggest takeaways from intermittent fasting. My normal meals also consist of a lot of protein and I feel like this is especially important because of my exercise regimen but it also helps give me energy. So, this is a sample meal plan for the week:

Lunch is pretty much whatever I can grab on the go. I go to work between 10:30 am and 12:30 pm so I always eat my lunch at work. I eat a lot of cheese, yogurt, nuts, salads, turkey pepperoni, ham, eggs, fruits, and raw veggies at lunch time since it's quick. I also try to save a portion from our dinner a couple of times a week to mix it up for lunch. I also make sure to eat at least one snack between my lunch at 1pm and my dinner around 7pm. I usually eat a high protein snack or fruit around 4pm (usually nuts or a banana) and I usually have another healthy snack around 9pm to finish the day.

Dinner is much more planned out since I meal plan and buy our groceries according to what we are having for dinner that week. This is a sample meal plan for our family:

Monday: Salad Night 
Spring mix then I add chicken, eggs, avocado, some type of cheese, bacon bits, fruit, etc. I mix this up a lot and add whatever toppings I have on hand.

Tuesday: Taco Night
Grilled shrimp with taco seasoning served with black beans, corn, guacamole, salsa, shredded cheese, and sour cream. I usually serve this in a bowl with tortilla chips or sometimes I eat it over sweet potatoes or with corn tortillas. The girls love taco night!

Wednesday: Italian Night
Ground Italian sausage served with pasta (we use gluten free), marinara sauce, mozzarella cheese, and ricotta cheese. We usually have a side salad as well or roasted broccoli/brussel sprouts.

Thursday: Salmon Night
Salmon with roasted veggies (I usually buy the steamable veggies, cook in microwave for normal time or slightly less then added olive oil and salt and pepper to roast them in the oven for 20 minutes at 350 degrees) and loaded mashed potatoes. 

Friday-Sunday
We typically dine out on the weekends. I get salads a lot when dining out and usually skip the bread and opt for a lettuce wrp when ordering a sandwich or a burger. I do splurge on pizza occasionally but only for really good pizza, lol.

It's super important that you don't overindulge during eating hours. It can be so tempting to say since I have to fast the next 16 hours, I'm going to eat whatever I want but that's just not a good idea. You should always be mindful of fat, sugar, and calories. Again, listen to your body.

W H A T  D O  Y O U  D O  W H E N  Y O U  G E T  
H U N G R Y  D U R I N G  Y O U R  F A S T?
The first couple of weeks, I honestly didn't think I was going to be able to do this. I definitely thought about quitting a lot during those first two weeks because it was rough even for someone like me who wasn't a breakfast eater before. However, once I got past those first two weeks, it was so much easier. I focused more on what I was eating during my eight hours and realized the first two weeks that I wasn't eating enough. Getting in enough calories and protein during your eating hours is essential. There are many calculators out there that can help you figure out how many calories you should be eating in a day or you can talk with your doctor to get an accurate number. 

I pretty much always feel some hunger around 11 or 11:30 am every single day. It's like clockwork. When I get hungry, I either drink a bottle of water (because a lot of times you when you think are hungry, you are actually just thirsty) or I grab some black coffee or I pray. I have used this time of fasting as a spiritual reminder that I need Jesus so I talk to Him instead of focusing on my own desire for food. If I'm able, I also likes to use my fasting time to do a devotional. It always works for me. Sometimes I even get to 1pm and forget that I can eat, like I mentioned already.

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C A N  Y O U  E X E R C I S E  W H I L E  F A S T I N G?
Yes! If I don't get my workout in before 11am then I will never get my workout in because of my work schedule. Working out at night just doesn't work for me. I was a little nervous to workout while fasting because I had always had at least a cup of yogurt or a granola bar before working out. But, I was totally fine! Be sure to drink water before, during, and after your workout to make sure you are hydrated. Also, adding protein to your coffee really helps you sustain your energy through exercise. This is also why I eat a lot of protein packed snacks during my eating hours.

W H A T  I S  Y O U R  E X E R C I S E  R O U T I N E?
I exercise three to four days a week, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday (sometimes Thursday, as well). On these days, I take a one hour Les Mills Body Pump class at my local YMCA. I have been doing this workout for almost two years and I absolutely love it! You can read more about what it is here but basically it is a barbell workout that use high reps and lightweight. It's a motivating workout that gets your heart rate up while lifting and toning. I personally cannot run. I have uneven hips and running is just painful for me so that's really why I fell I love in love with this program. It's such a great workout! I also add in a cycle class on Thursday mornings when my schedule allows.

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D O  Y O U  D O  I N T E R M I T T E N T  F A S T I N G   E V E R Y D A Y?
I intermittent fast every single day but I do allow for exceptions. IF does not rule my life so I do eat when I need to eat. For example, if I have an event or party or meeting, I'll eat earlier. It's not the end of the world. Also, when we vacationed in Puerto Rico and went to Disney World, I did not do intermittent fasting. I pretty much ate all day, every day while we were in both of those places!

H A V E  Y O U  L O S T  W E I G H T  A N D  D I D  Y O U   S E E  R E S U L T S?
This was by far the most asked question! And the answer is YES! When I started this journey, it wasn't just about losing weight, it was about improving my overall health but losing weight is definitely an added bonus. I rarely step on a scale because who likes doing that but for the purposes of IF, I did weigh myself at the beginning, after six weeks, and after 90 days. I have lost over ten pounds during this journey. Most of this weight was belly fat that I was just holding onto after babies and bread, lol. Ater the first 90 days, I never stepped back on the scale so I couldn’t tell you if I have lost any more weight than that. I don't personally recommend anyone standing a scale. Pretty much ever. I usually judge my overall health and wellness on whether or not I can fit into my favorite jeans. It's been six months since I have stepped on the scale. I may or may not have lost any more weight and that is okay. I have gained so much strength from my workouts (which equals muscle) and I feel great so I don't think it's necessary to find out exactly how much I weigh. The way I feel is the scale I use.

Your worth is never found in the number on a scale.

I praise you, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made. 
Wonderful are your works; my soul knows it very well.
Psalm 139:14 ESV

So, the biggest takeaways for me have been: everything in moderation, self-control happens when you make it an intentional part of your daily routine, and listen to your body. Intermittent fasting isn't for everyone however, listening to what your body is telling you when it comes to food, drink, and exercise is totally feasible for everyone. I wish I would have listened a long time ago!

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Monday, August 12, 2019

Puerto Rico Travel Diary Day 5 & 6

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Hey y'all! I'm back to sharing more about our trip to Puerto Rico. Back in June, we packed up and flew to Puerto Rico for the trip of a lifetime. In case you missed it, this was the girls first time flying and we stayed with Josh's grandmother. So many firsts! You can read more about the background story about this trip in my first travel diary post here.

Day four in Puerto Rico was a dedicated beach day for us because honestly, we were just tired. After walking all around Old San Juan and then exploring El Yunque National Forest, we needed a day of pure relaxation. We wanted to go to Crash Boat Beach since we had heard it was a great one so that was really our only play for day five in Puerto Rico. Crash Boat Beach is located in Aguadilla.

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We stayed at Crash Boat for a little while but we loved Jobos Beach so much that we packed up and headed back there to spend the rest of the day. This was our third visit to Jobos! We had a lot of fun... until the storms rolled in. We waited it out for awhile and stayed in the water while it was raining. But, once the lightning came, we packed up. Since our beach day got rained out, we headed back to Jobos Beach for the fourth time on day six. Thankfully, the weather on day six was much prettier! Lots of sunshine and seashells.

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We also had our first experience trying limbers, which is an icy, frozen treat that is typically filled with fruit juice and fruits. I tried the mixed fruit but my husband is always the adventurous one. He had the corn one! I tasted it but I wasn't a fan of the corn. My mixed fruit was way better!

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We had a traditional Puerto Rico lunch on the beach. There was a little food place super close by so we got to try more fritters and mofongo balls.

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After all that fried food for lunch, we opted for a healthier dinner. We went to the cutest açaí bowl place that was just minutes away from Josh's grandmother's house. It was delicious! 

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