Posts by: laurenjette

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How to Track a Family Meal

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Feeling overwhelmed by tracking meals that aren’t strictly a protein, carb, and veggie? I used to be there and I wouldn’t even try to track a recipe because it was too confusing and I’d just take it as a loss for the day. In this blog, I share with you simple ideas on how to track your macros when eating a family meal!

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A few things to think about and do before painting your master. Plus my before and after of the paint colors in my room! Paint can be such a simple way to spice up a room and transform it for a cheap price!

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Bell training for puppies

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I don’t know if we got lucky or if I’m just that OCD about training, but our 6 week old puppy got trained using these bells in 1 day and only had 2 accidents in the house since we’ve gotten her (she’s now 8 weeks old). *I’m not a dog trainer, this is just what we did and it worked*

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When to adjust your macros?

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Breakdown of when to adjust your macros and by how much. I lay out 3 different scenarios: if you’re looking to maintain, build muscle, or lose fat. Everyone is very different when it comes to the food we require so make sure to listen to your own body first!

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Ya know those lazy mornings where you don’t want to cook a big meal? Or need a quick freezer meal? Don’t worry, I got everything you need! I love sandwiches because it’s so easy to switch up ingredients that you like/don’t like to make it your own!

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How I get up at 4am and workout

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We all complain about not having enough hours in the day, but I think the issue really isn’t about having enough but making the time. We can all complain about our work schedules, but if you just got up the hour and a half earlier, it would be fine. In this blog I share my tips on how to get up in the morning to workout.

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Monthly goal setting worksheet

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2021 resolutions are underway. Use this pdf to fill out your mindset shifts you want to make the new month! Year long goals are great, but we need to break them down into realistic smaller goals in order to achieve the larger one. Use this template to fill out what has worked in the past and where you hope to go next!