Freebies

I like to start by sharing this: prioritization works. So, give it a whirl — I have even created a template you can use to try it out! Just download, print a few copies, and spend part of each day this week focusing on the few things that matter most. I think you’ll be surprised by how much you actually get done.

My biggest piece of advice when it comes to nutrition is 100% meal planning, grocery shopping and food prep. Once you download and print off your planner, spend a little time each Sunday to plan for the week ahead and you’ll be setting yourself up for healthy eating success!

 

 

Stretching anytime is a great way to “awaken” your body and get it ready for action. Stretching loosens up your body while increasing blood flow to your muscles.


Look forward to your daily routine as a positive way to begin each day. Learn an easy and effective stretching & exercise program.

Today you’ll do your Monday workout, which means you will work as hard as you can while you are completing each exercise, then you get a rest before repeating. If you want more of a challenge, complete it twice for an intense 20 minute workout!

I have created this ultimate packing list to help you pack well every time. … 

Are you planning to take a camping adventure? If you are, have you ever been camping before? If this is yours first time perfect camping essentials.

3 thoughts on “Freebies

  1. I’ve just downloaded your productivity planner, can’t wait to try it! I always end my day jotting down the most important tasks I need to tackle the next day, I can barely function if I skip this step. Can you also create a weekly planner? I’ve used a million apps, from Todoist to ClickUp, but I always go back to the good ol’ pen and paper. I know some people swear by apps but it never seems to workout for me in the long run.

  2. Had no idea that stretching increased blood flow to the muscles! Now I’m going to go stretch, haha. I love that these lists are printable. For some reason, I seem to fulfill my goals when I have a hard copy (printed list) vs something digital. Anyone else feel like that?

    This is great though, thanks for sharing!

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