I am super excited that as y’all are reading this we are welcoming home my husband after a little over 6 months of being gone. The last 6 months we’ve had to figure out a new routine especially with growing a human being, raising a toddler, and doing normal things (grocery shopping, doctor appointments, work ect…). Now we have to transition to having someone back into the household along with getting ready for another little gal arriving in a little over a month. A huge help during this time is having meals planned out so we can focus on family and finding our new routine but staying healthy. Also, we always have to remember that The Boss is always watching and she’s imitating us now as well. We always want to show her positive ways of welcoming change. Luckily, this is something we can plan for so we are able to plan fun but active things for us to do together as a family.
We go through so many changes and transitions in our life (family, health, or something more personal). These changes can be exciting, scary or a mix. We need to welcome changes into our life and find ways to make them work without sacrificing those things that are important for our well-being. If it is something we know that’s coming, try making a plan of action to help you ease into them. If it isn’t something expected take a deep breath, (you’ve totally got this!) tackle them and don’t be afraid to ask for help. Most importantly don’t forget about you. Do what you need to do to keep you less stressed during these changes… make sure to get into the gym, have easy go to meals ready so you don’t fall back on bad habits… taking care yourself is still the priority.
” Take Five”
Buy-In: 25/35 Calorie Assault Bike
12 Deadlifts (135/185)
12 Lateral Barbell Burpees
Rest 5 Minutes
Buy-In: 20/25 Calorie Assault Bike
9 Deadlifts (155/225)
9 Lateral Barbell Burpees
Rest 5 Minutes
Buy-In: 10/15 Calorie Assault Bike
6 Deadlifts (185/275)
6 Lateral Barbell Burpees