Happy Monday everyone! I posted this pic on Instagram the other day and so many of you asked for the recipe so here it is! It takes less than 20 minutes total to make, is so healthy but satisfies that yummy cheesy pizza craving. Let me know what you guys think! 


Happy Monday babes! I can't tell you how often I hear people say it is so hard to eat vegetables because they just don't like them. I mean I don't know anyone who wouldn't want to trade their kale salad for some pizza and french fries. We all know if we want to live a long, healthy life with a lot of energy and feel good, that is just not a smart choice. Not to mention, if you want clear glowing skin then you need clean food that will provide that. While it is always better to actually chew your veggies because there is an enzyme in there that is only released by actually chewing, drinking them is the perfect alternative. You are also getting about three times the amount of greens by drinking them than you would by simply eating them. So both are beneficial. I personally prefer the green juices that have some fruit like apple or pear in them so that it is a little sweeter but any variation will do. 

I tend to get mine from Pressed Juicery or Kreation juice but you can easily make your own green smoothie at home in a blender. Here is all you need:

2 cups of spinach or kale and some celery

2 cups of liquid (water, almond milk or coconut water)

some fruit (I personally like green apple, pear and half a banana)

optional: You can also add ginger, lemon or even some cinnamon if you like!

Blend your greens with the liquid first,, then add the fruit and blend again. So simple! Play around with this and find the blend you like best! Some prefer creamier options with banana, almond milk and cinnamon, others prefer more of the juice sticking with water as a base and just greens and fruit with lower sugar.

What kind of smoothies do you guys like? Let me know in the comments below!





Ok we have talked about the importance of meal prep. Here is a great recipe for a soup which I normally make on Sundays and it lasts me the whole week. It's great for lunch, snack or with dinner. It is so healthy and more important delicious!!! The original recipe is on but that one requires you to make your own broth and chicken which I just do not have the time to do. So this is a little simpler.

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We are day 2 of the challenge! How is it going for you guys? Anytime you start something new it may be challenging at first. You will find every excuse in the book not to do what you know you should be doing, but if you just did it, think of how great you will feel at the end of the day? They say it takes 21 days to form a habit and then it becomes a natural part of what you do, so technically that mean we have 19 days to go! I believe in you!! Take it one day at a time.

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