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IMG 0262I am going to walk you through a day of meal choices I make for myself when I prepare at home and am in a pinch while out and about!

Blood Clot WinnerIt is not a surprise how much I love the sport kickboxing. How much I love to train hard. Those that know me know that training and working out hard is what I love to do aside from my family. It is my therapy and outlet.

 I do not know where most of you live, but here in Illinois it has been a boring winter. I am not one for the cold, but if it IS going to be winter I at least wish it would snow more for a little change of scenery and fun!!!IMG 2398

grFinally!!!! The moment we have all been waiting for.... To close the book on 2020. Putting it in an airtight sealed bag, adding Gorilla Glue to it, cement it shut and wrap it with the strongest duck tape known to man kind and then sling shot it into another galaxy never to be seen again!IMG 1923

Do you know how lucky you are to know your grandparents? Have you been blessed to be able to spend time with them?IMG 2088

I put together a Hair Tutorial on HOW to do your hair to keep it off of your face when you workout!FullSizeRender preview

Tonight as I was walking across our balcony upstairs I noticed my blinds. Nothing irritates me more than blinds that are up like this AND especially uneven.IMG 0645

Sometimes a much needed break from the pressure and stress we put on our bodies through our grueling workouts is much needed. Workingout is certainly amazing for our bodies. Although, even amazing things need a break to replenish. I don't know about you guys but I am always a little hesitant on taking that break for fear of losing my gains and what I will feel like when I return. As much of a workout enthusiast I am, this thought has even crossed my mind, that fear of being way too comfortable NOT working out. I always have that thought in the back of my head, what if my interest gets lost and my break turns into longer? IMG 2842 2

"Love what you do, it does not feel like work!" I love that quote. It is very true! I started working at Salon Lorrene in Palatine Illinois from age 24-40. I became a hairstylist at age 21. Growing up I loved to play with my own hair, my doll's hair and other people's hair. I always knew I wanted to be a hairstylist. I did get my Associates in Arts degree and then spent time at ISU in Bloomington Illinois and it was in my third year of college I couldn't take It anymore and just wanted to come home and do something I was passionate about. IMG 0556

I have been asked over the years to write a meal plan or a cook book. I also have been asked numerous times what diet do I follow? I do not follow any diet. I believe diets fail! Personally the word "diet" alone will send me running back for the hills I came from. I think we need to get the word "diet" out of our heads and change it to "life style" because that is exactly what it is.IMG 0152

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