Making a SPLASH at Big Splash WaterPark- My Review

As some of you may already know I have recently become Instagram famous with a repost by @bigsplashpark. ūüėȬ† With my new found fame I thought it would be the perfect opportunity for a FUN post. ¬†So if you are looking to make a ¬†splash this summer at the new and improved Big Splash WaterPark read on for my review.

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Valentines Gift Ideas for the Fitness Enthusiast

Valentines Gift ideas fitness enthusiastValentines day is next week, and if your significant other would rather spend their time hiking or hitting the gym,¬† chocolates aren’t going to cut it. Here is a list of gift ideas for the Fitness Enthusiast that holds your heart.¬†¬†

Those of  you enjoying single life, the following  can also be enjoyed  with your bestie.

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Moving- What Makes a House a Home?

profileWe had been renting a 1318ft2  three bedroom unit in a 4-plex for the last five years.  We were already bursting at the seams of our home before the arrival of our newest member, with the babies’ arrival it became just plain stressful.  With the Nursery in our living room sleep training was impossible. The windows were single pane making it stifling in the summers and FREEZING in the winter.  We shared laundry with three other families, leaving Sundays as our designated laundry day.  For a family of five none of this was ideal.

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Augusts Goal Check-In 2016

2016 goalsAt the beginning of this year, I declared my goals for 2016 with 5 categories; fitness, family, fun, business, and financial.  I did this with apprehension, uncertain what to expect for the new year with a baby.

We’re 8 months in, and at this point I can confidently say that I’m on the road to finding a hybrid between my past and my future. Continue reading

Postnatal Fitness- The Pelvic Floor Muscle

Who hasn’t peed themselves during or after pregnancy?!¬† We might not like to talk about it, but it happens.¬† Being pregnant can place a lot of stress on your pelvic floor muscles, which can lead to weakness before your baby is born. Your pelvic floor can become weak and stretched from as early as 12 weeks into your pregnancy, and this can result in incontinence.¬† As a Fitness Leader I made the¬† rehabilitation of my pelvic floor muscles a priority….. read on for more information.

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