In this episode, we were strongly feeling the need to just catch up. We don’t necessarily answer questions, but more talk through a few things that are new with us and what we’ll be working through over the next couple of months.
We start out talking through training for the upcoming Broad Street Run (a 10-mile race in Philadelphia we’ve ran before). Stay tuned for how it goes!
Rose discusses her tips for getting out a rut. She talks through switching up her fitness routine, food, mindset, and sleep to all add up to feeling refocused.
Jenna is engaged! She catches us up on how wedding plans are going, specifically how she’s been balancing the planning with work and life.
This episode features one of our favorite people: Kate Markovitz.
A holistic nutritionist, Kate is on a mission to help women feel comfortable and confident in their skin through real food and gratitude.
Being two of her clients, we can attest that she knows what she’s talking about! Kate has helped each of us reach our health and wellness goals.
In this episode, we discuss:
- Two to three things you can incorporate into your lifestyle to improve overall health;
- Kate’s typical day of eats;
- The right balance of carbs, protein, and fat;
- The best way to determine foods that cause irritation;
- How to embark upon using programs like Whole 30 and the 21 Day Sugar Detox;
- How pregnancy changes nutrition; and
- Natural beauty products.
Waking up in her mid-20s, feeling stuck in a miserable, unhealthy relationship with food and her career, Kate ditched her high school math teaching job and disordered eating past for Paleo, holistic living, and a positive self-love mindset.
Now, Kate runs her own nutrition practice as a Nutritional Therapy Consultant and 21-Day Sugar Detox Certified Coach. Additionally, she is the Content Coordinator for Team Diane/Balanced Bites and co-hosts the popular health & wellness podcast, “The Ladies Dish. “
This episode epitomizes what this blog + podcast are all about: achieving balance!
Whether it’s while traveling, trying to find a work/life balance or taking a step back from the constant news cycle, you can find the balance that’s right for you.
In this episode we break down:
- Staying healthy while traveling for work + pleasure
- Staying healthy once you’re at your destination
- How to have a healthy work/life balance
- Ways to break free from the constant news cycle
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Rose & Jenna
PS: We have finally fixed the sound issues we’ve been having in the past two episodes. We apologize if it’s been hard on your ears! We are newbies. 🙂
In this episode, we discuss how to budget for food, fitness and life. Unsurprisingly, it comes down to a lot of diligence and list-making, but it is doable! And in the end, you’ll feel much better about how much you’re spending and saving.
- Stock up on produce.
- Shop the outer edge of the grocery store.
- Avoid buying food that comes in boxes or packaging (usually more expensive/not healthy).
- Set up a food budget and stick with it.
Making an Overall Budget
- Make use of Google Docs to track your spending. Here’s a Budget Template.
- Use an application/website like Mint to track spending, or Digit to save money.
- Be realistic about how you spend and what you buy.
- Try out free classes at every nearby gym.
- Spend money on the fitness programs or classes you love.
- You could try a service like Beachbody On Demand (streaming of workouts for $40/quarterly).
- Or go outside and exercise for free!
In this episode, Rose interviews Alison Cox, curator of @phdbalance, an Instagram feed about staying happy + healthy while pursuing higher education.
Alison is a full-time graduate student at Michigan State University, where she studies criminal justice. Outside of the ivory tower, she is a fitness instructor and volunteers at the local Garden House in her community. She loves to read, cook, listen to music and go on road trips.
In this episode, Rose and Alison discuss social media detoxing (and why you may want to do it in the first place!), becoming more self-aware and spiritual as well as how to stay on point when life seems overwhelming.
We apologize for any technical issues you may encounter as you listen to this episode. Please be patient! We are limited on our recording devices.