Sunday, March 20, 2016


For the past thirty days, I only ate whole foods and I feel amazing. According to my latest blood work, my thyroid levels are perfect. My hubby, who was suffering from painful indigestion, hasn't had to take an antacid once. Our energy levels are through the roof, we feel happier and we're sleeping better. Another non-scale victory:

I crossed the finish line of the 5K St. Patrick Day race with a smile. My mom and I trained for ten weeks together and we were supposed to run it together, but she hurt her back a day before the event. It was really disappointing, but we plan to keep running together once her back has healed. I've been loving our quality mother-daughter time. Thankfully, my husband offered to run it with me and it turned out to be a great day date!

After completing the Whole30, I stepped on the scale for the first time in thirty days and I was excited to see that I lost 10.5 lbs and I didn't have to count one calorie! When I went spring shopping, I was also pleased to see that I lost one jean size. I am so glad I completed the Whole30 and I would recommend it to everyone.

Other recent happies:

More green! Henry got a Shamrock Shake on St. Patrick's Day because we Celebrate.All.the.Things!

I am excited to announce that I am going back to school! I was accepted into the Forest School Practitioner's Course and I will be headed to Sussex, New Brunswick this summer for training.
We explored Chinatown with some friends this week. We admired the different murals and tried bubble tea.

Sugar shacking and taffy tasting.


We got a dog! Meet Henry. He's housetrained.

Now it's time to get into festive mode as we plan and prepare for a fun Easter holiday with our family.

Happy weekend, friends!


  1. Congratulations, and I hope you enjoy your time in Sussex. It is a quaint little town with lots of history and beautiful murals.


    1. Thanks Natasha! I lived in Moncton for three years with my hubby and we're so excited to take our kids this summer. We miss the east coast. Thank you for reading!