A busy schedule leaves little time to go to the gym. Sometimes no matter how much you try, getting to the gym can be difficult to do. What do you do when you want to work out but can't’ make it to the gym or can’t afford gym membership fees? Working out at home is an easy and cost effective way to stay fit. There are a few ways to get fit at home, and most involve little to no equipment at all.Read More
Single mom of three, income stretched to the max, overscheduled, full time job, owner and manager of two blogs…but I need to take better care of myself. How? I’ve known that I needed to take better care of myself for a long time but I’ve always struggled with how to make time to do it and to do it in a way that doesn’t break the bank.Read More
This week for #TransformationTuesday, we are talking about food. I’m pleased to introduce, Nieta from CleanCheating.com. Nieta is a Food/Fitness Blogger and former caterer. Her fitness journey began in 2006 when she joined Weight Watchers and lost 60 lbs. After a series of life events, she eventually gained all but 13lbs back, it was then that she made some lifestyle changes and began to live healthier. Her approach to fitness and food is extremely practical and easy to incorporate into a busy lifestyle. Follow her and learn more about her wellness journey on simplycleancheating.com. She has a wealth of wonderful information, fitness tips and great tasting recipes! Thank you Nieta for your contribution to “The Sum of Many Things”!Read More
This week, I partnered with my fellow Blogging Sister, Dana Harrell, Founder of La Curlista. She started blogging in 2013 as a natural hair blogger and now blogs about hair, fashion, lifestyle, and all things in-between. This week, Dana is talking about how to shop for healthly ingredients on a budget! Thank you Dana for helping us shop better, smarter and healthier!Read More
Today's post is brought to you by public health professional, Akeia Blue, MS, MPH from Be Health Literate. (www.behealthliterate.com). She is an advocate for promoting Health Literacy. She started Be Health Literate to provide practical information to help African American’s improve our healthcare interactions and outcomes. It’s her belief that if prepared with good information and confidence in our interactions we will be able to make the best healthcare decisions for ourselves. She also believes in finding your definition of health no matter where you are in life. I hope you enjoy her insight and tips on staying consistent on your wellness journey.
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