Katie Corr is a personal trainer and a happily married mother of two beautiful little girls. I interview her on how she has stayed so in shape and healthy, particularly after having two babies, one right after the other. She candidly shared her experiences as a mother and gave some great advice. Being so dedicated, she is a true inspiration and reminder that it takes hard work to look great after two babies, but it’s totally worth it and possible if you are willing to put in the effort. She has dedicated her life to helping others achieve their fitness goals and clearly lives and breathes what she has learned. She resides in Vero Beach, Florida and is currently a proud stay-at-home mom.
Whether it's summer, spring, fall, or winter, ice cream is one of my favourite treats to have for dessert. However, I've been trying to stay away from dairy lately so I've been experimenting with different kinds of non-dairy ice cream as a substitute and been very pleasantly surprised!
My tops 6 tips for glowing clear skin, bright eyes, strong shiny hair and a big beautiful smile.
Belief is an interesting topic. We either believe in something or we do not. The problem comes when what we believe is stopping us from getting the results we want. Consider this: The Journal of Clinical Psychology states that over 40% of adults will try to change their behavior at some point this year?
Yet 92% will fail to keep their commitment.
Hey guys, today I talk a little bit about my recent relationship with spirituality and personal development work and how it has opened up my life in a wonderful way. Every persons journey is different and individual and if its something that you're interested in too you can do it too in your own way.
By Kayla Danielle
Every since I was young, around the age of 11, I fought an endless battle with my weight. When I was 11 I was 50 pounds over-weight for my age and height. It was hard! I was the loner in those days. No one would talk to me and I was bullied because of my weight. I went to my mum for help but she said it was "baby weight", and how it would fall off as I got older.
Believing her, I thought it would go away as I became more active and started getting out more. Around the time I was 15 I weighed almost 300 pounds, obviously still struggled with my weight. I started hiding, surround myself with books and school work. I had very low self-esteem and little confidence. Even when I was invited to parties, I never ate in front of other people, and often I wouldn’t go at all, making lame excuses for not attending.
No one knew how much pain I felt inside, but I continue keeping to myself. When I had my sweet 16, I wore this beautiful dress and everyone began to notice that I was actually losing weight. I felt so good about myself at that point. My aunt supported me in continuing to lose weight and I did.
After a while, I changed my entire eating habits and became vegetarian. The results were amazing and I was so proud of myself! I wanted to keep going, so I switched to being a vegan about four months ago and now I am 17 and love it! I went from a size 22 to a 14 in jeans and a medium in shirts!
For anyone who is going through this, never give up because at the end of the long, dark road, there is a light waiting for you to embrace and enjoy! Even though the battle was heartbreaking, I overcame it and I can honestly say I LOVE the skin I am in!
Kayla Danielle enjoys reading and learning about the supernatural, as well as complex ideas! In my spare time I love to meditate to clear my head, horseback ride, and read Shakespeare. Get to know because I am funny, nice, and overwhelmingly interesting!
Years ago, before I was into raw food, superfoods, yoga or anything to do with ultimate
health, I was not a healthy person. I was not stricken with disease, but I was fatigued and
unhappy about my lack of vitality. Then a friend of mine mentioned a Tibetan berry that
the Taoist monks grew and ate as a spiritual superfood. I got him to bring some of these
berries to work so I could try them.
How to Be & Eat Healthy While Travelling
Congratulations! You have taken the step and booked a holiday to enjoy some well-deserved time off!
Sounds like fun… until you worry about how you will maintain a healthy lifestyle on your trip. No one wants to undo all the good work they have done to achieve their healthy and happy body and mind, so here are some of my top tips to help you to stay healthy while travelling:
As any health nut will know, travelling can be a tricky situation. When you pride yourself on filling your body with fresh, organic nutrients and have felt the benefits of eating this way, the prospect of time away where you can’t maintain the same eating routine can be a little daunting. I recently came back from a wonderful month long trip travelling through France - home of butter, cream and white bread – and was weary of the food prospects of restaurants which serve foie gras as the house specialty. However, I did manage to successfully eat my way through France, and had some of the best meals I have ever eaten, and would like to share some lessons I learnt along the way…
Today I talk about the growth through darkness and how by changing our perspective on what adversity is, we can use these opportunities as a chance to grow and learn.