Thursday, December 31, 2015

A Holiday “Tini”

holiday tini2Here’s to a New Year!!

Sometimes you just have to celebrate and not worry about every little thing you put in your mouth. This new drink is a little easier on the waistline! So sit back and enjoy, remember the 2015 memories, and look forward to a new year filled with lots of love, light, and laughter. Happy New Year!!




  • 1 oz Top shelf Vodka
  • 1.5 oz Prosecco
  • 1/4 oz Ginger beer
  • splash of gooseberry juice, plus berries for garnish
  • sprig of rosemary
  • 2-3 currants for garnish


Using a small martini glass. Pour in vodka, then Prosecco, and ginger beer. Top with rosemary and currants. Add in the splash of gooseberry juice and use the berries for garnish. Sip and enjoy!

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Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Yoga Practice For Healthy Life & Living

With a full planner for the rest of the year, it’s difficult to pencil in an impromptu vacation—but after calories consumed over Thanksgiving and Christmas, detoxifying is an inevitable solution with Abundance Yoga Retreats in Italy.

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Tuesday, December 1, 2015

New Gardening & Cookbook for Kid’s Released! Plus a Cool Kit to Get Kids in the Kitchen this Holiday Season!

kids gc bookThis one has been on my list for the last year and after a busy summer season with the Pilates and Wellness Studio I have finally found some down time to bang it out and get it done. So I am excited to announce the next book in the Farm Foodie Fitness “Homegrown” series. This is the kids edition!!! Perfect for any age that wants or loves to cook and/or garden!

This book teaches kids to start, maintain, grow a garden, and then harvest what they’ve grown, come back in to the kitchen develop a recipe, prepare, cook and enjoy all their hard work! The book teaches kids to be hands on and aware of where their food comes from, how it’s grown and taken care of, the work that goes into growing food and the importance of eating well. It also teaches them to be able to come into the kitchen and learn how to take those ingredients, prepare and safely cook their harvest, and turn it into a nutritious and healthy meal.

Learning to garden and cook not only teaches a life long skill, it also teaches science, math and measuring, understanding cook and preparation times, the life cycle of a living thing, and how to take care, nurture, and gain responsibility for some thing. As well as learning how to make healthier choices, expand their palates, and become more open-minded to new things and nature.

You can order a copy of my new kids gardening and cookbook at either of these sites! Beach Pilates and Wellness or Farm Foodie Fitness.

Looking for something else fun and hands on to get the kids involved in the kitchen? You have to check out Kidstir!! I love this company! My little guy has gotten a couple kits to try new recipes and fun ways to get involved in the kitchen and they have a great program. You can sign up for a single kit, do one of their monthly plans, or even join for the full year! My little guy gets so excited for his box to come every month and he wants to get in the kitchen more and more every week!! Use this link and save 30% off your new subscription!!! It’s the perfect gift for the holidays!!


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