Picture books to use in your 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade classroom each fall to help teach students about determination, self growth, and even dive a little into character traits or writing pieces!
Everybody wants to lose weight, but what you actually want is to lose fat. The scale shows you every thing in your body in relation to how much it weighs. It doesn’t care if that means it’s fat, muscle, or your organs – it measures it all. When people come to me saying they want to lose weight, they really just want to lose the fat around their muscles so they look lean. In this blog I am going to give you 5 secrets to fat loss. If you do these 5, you’ll see progress.
I cannot believe I’m already setting up my room for the school year. Now that I’m in my second year of teaching, I have found some things I simply cannot live without in my room. If you are a new teacher, or maybe just want to mix up your own room – these are some of my must have items!!
The perfect balance between sweet and spicy. I made these in the crockpot this week and Cody and I were huge fans of it! It is definitely going to be in our weekly rotation. I thought it was so good over the fried rice but you could sub for any other asian noodle like chow mein or have on the side with some potatoes!
In college I used to have these HUGE cheat days on the weekends after a week of restrictive eating and I would just eat anything and everything in sight because I thought I ‘earned’ it for being good all week. However, through those cycles I actually started to have a terrible relationship with food and my own mindset around what it means to be healthy. Through a lot of trial and error, and lots of work on my own mentality – I love adding in intuitive days to my own week and in my clients. The word in itself helps us disconnect the word from meaning ‘cheating’ on our diet and turns it into simply being mindful of our food.
Try out this 30 day challenge with me to get back on track with our mindset and our goals! I’m committing to doing this every day for the next 30 days because I got complacent in my life and stopped focusing on the little things that truly do add up.