Three Quick Tips to Spring Clean Your Life!

By Bridgette Binford | Apr 10, 2019 | 0 Comments

With spring in the air, do you start spring cleaning projects? What if you did the same thing with your habits? Time to clean out that pantry and fridge to make room for clean eating! Dust off the old exercise equipment and bicycle to start getting after it! Here are three quick tips to help […]

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Find Comfort Outside of Your Comfort Zone with Self Care Rituals

By Bridgette Binford | Feb 5, 2019 | 0 Comments
Find Comfort Outside of Your Comfort Zone

I hear a lot from women that they want to get outside of their comfort zone.  In fact, research has shown that if you are completely comfortable you aren’t growing.  I love to witness this ambition and drive to make a difference and succeed. But, here’s the thing: staying at this level of performance all […]

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5 Tips to Eat for More Energy

By Bridgette Binford | Jan 28, 2019 | 0 Comments
eat for more energy

What to eat can be so overwhelming!  Should you focus on brain health, heart health, weight loss, low fat, low carb…see what I mean?  A good place to start is to eat for more energy and to feel good. When you’re feeling energized, you’re able to accomplish what you need and want.  Not to mention […]

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5 Ways To Have More Fun at Work

By Bridgette Binford | Jan 28, 2019 | 0 Comments

January 28th is Have Fun at Work Day! Most of us spend more of our time at work than anywhere else.  Why not have a little fun? Incorporating fun into the workday can increase productivity, enhance innovation, reduce stress, and foster engagement – among other things. Here’s a quick list of five easy ways to […]

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Start the Day Stress-Free with Smoothie Prep

By Bridgette Binford | Jan 25, 2019 | 0 Comments

Smoothies are a great way to start your morning. I love them because they are easy to eat on the run. Also, you can pack them full of nutritious ingredients that will keep Godzilla mom/wife/partner/sister (or even dad) at bay. I’m also a big fan of prepping as much in advance as possible. Prepping in […]

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How to Hate Exercise and Still Workout Five Times Per Week

By Bridgette Binford | Jan 14, 2019 | 0 Comments

In my line of work, I hear “I hate to exercise” more often than you might think.  A lot of people ask me how to lose weight or have more energy despite hating exercise.  So, I’m excited to share my secret to hating exercising yet still working out five times per week (or however many […]

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3 Tips to Implement Rachel Hollis’ Health Tips in Real Life

By Bridgette Binford | Jan 3, 2019 | 0 Comments

Don’t you just love Rachel Hollis?  It’s hard not to. From her approachability, amazing hair, and catchy humor, I so appreciate her writing and unmatched ability to inspire people to take care of themselves.  If you haven’t read her book, “Girl, Wash Your Face” I definitely recommend it. I also love that she’s brought such […]

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Gluten Free Homemade Green Bean Casserole

By Bridgette Binford | Nov 18, 2018 | 0 Comments
gluten free home made green bean casserole

I love a good Thanksgiving casserole! One of my favorites is Green Bean Casserole. It’s hard to go wrong!   These days, my philosophy with holiday cooking is using as many whole food ingredients as possible. This means trying to make things from scratch and using less canned ingredients.  It takes longer to do and often […]

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5 Tips to Gain Less and Stress Less During the Holidays

By Bridgette Binford | Nov 12, 2018 | 0 Comments
stress less and gain less this holiday season

Did you know that 75% of all weight gained throughout the year is gained during the holidays (and the average amount gained is between 7-14 pounds)?  And, ⅔ of people say they look forward to the holidays, but when asked once the season is over say they didn’t get to do the things they were […]

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Gluten Free Pumpkin Spice Bread

By Bridgette Binford | Nov 10, 2018 | 0 Comments
gluten free pumpkin spice bread

I love taking the time to bake over the holidays.  It’s nice to see the smile on my kiddos’ faces when I whip up something special.  And, many holiday recipes are traditions or handed-down from family and friends adding some nostalgia to the experience. My philosophy on baked treats is to use as many whole […]

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