Three Delicious Alcohol-Free Mocktails

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Happy (Birthday) Friday! I’m writing you today from the other side of the halfway point to 70 years old. From the medical definition of “high-risk pregnancy.” From the ripe old age of 35! That’s right, you guys, I’m 29 weeks pregnant and 35 years old, so I’ve spent January celebrating … Continue reading

Iron: It Isn’t Just for Pumping!

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I’m 27 weeks pregnant. 27 weeks! Just look at this big ole beautiful baby belly, will you? Today we’re going to talk about this belly, this momma, and iron deficiency during pregnancy. En route, we’ll talk about everything from steak to poop, so keep reading! The 27 Week Bumpdate The … Continue reading

Announcing an Exciting New Brand Partnership with FittaMamma!

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Disclosure: This post is sponsored by FittaMamma, who has graciously outfitted me with maternity activewear for my active pregnancy. FittaMamma supports active Mammas by offering exercise tips, recipes, and maternity activewear that holds and supports your baby bump! Wait, what did you just say? MilliGFunk is pregnant?! Yes! When this post goes … Continue reading

Sign Up Today for the Military Spouse Wellness Summit!

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  Disclosure: I’m an unpaid event ambassador for the first-ever Military Spouse Wellness Summit: Invest In Yourself 2015! This post contains affiliate links. I won’t benefit monetarily from your clicks, but you can help me win prizes by using my links to register for the FREE summit. The Military Spouse … Continue reading

Soy-Free Cooking: Spinach and Feta Quinoa

The first soy-free recipe I made for myself after being diagnosed with a soy allergy was Spinach & Feta Quinoa. I found the recipe on one of my favorite websites for tracking nutrition and fitness and sharing healthy recipes; The best thing about this recipe was the ratio of … Continue reading

Being Strong During a Deployment Means Eating Well

Let’s be honest: when the husband is away, the temptation is to skip meals or eat junk. It’s easy to skip breakfast, eat Girl Scout cookies for lunch, and drink way too many cups of coffee during the day in hopes that the buzz they bring will lift our spirits … Continue reading

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