When I first got pregnant, so many people made taking a prenatal seem like such a negative experience. They were described to me as “Huge horse pills that will make you SO Nauseous”, but what they didn’t know is I had already found (and had been taking) a prenatal that didn’t fit into any of those categories that I truly look forward to taking every single day.
The other week when I was on vacation I dropped my foundation on the ground shattering it to pieces!! I asked my amazing Instagram community what their favorite foundations are and it seemed that many people love and swear by the same ones!
I couldn’t have been more excited to touch down in LA last week with my sister Erica. As I get closer to my due date (January 8th) I just want to explore and travel as much as possible! My sister and I joked that this was our little “babymoon” together as sisters. For such an exciting trip I wanted test out a car that was equally as adventurous and exciting.
I know how stressful each day can be! We all have so much going on in our lives that it’s easy to be consumed with stress, anxiety or just not have enough time to take care of ourselves. Today I want to share 4 super easy self-care tips that you can incorporate into your everyday routine that will help you stop, drop and relax!
Do your feet hurt? After a long day on your feet you may notice that your feet might begin to swell, your toes feel crampy and the arches/heels of your feet feel achy! Don’t worry because today I am sharing 6 stretches that you can incorporate into your daily routine to soothe your achy feet!
Depending on how you’re feeling today you may opt to choose one squat over the other. Here are the benefits to each and how to properly practice!
Regular Squat: Aims to strengthen! You will feel these almost instantly in your glutes, hamstrings and abs. It also helps maintain mobility and balance in your body which is super important!
How to: 1. Stand with feet just over shoulder with apart, toes pointing forward. 2. Keep your spine straight, abs engaged as you begin to bend your knees and hips to a 90 degree angle. Keep knees in the center of your feet and weight in your heels. 3. Carefully stand and repeat!
The secret to increasing your flexibility, building strength and making yoga poses feel amazing are YOGA blocks!! If you’re not sure how to use them or why people would want to use them today I am going to break it down for you!!
Do you have knee pain?! If you wake up in the morning and your knees feel a bit achy and/or stiff, you need to spend a few minutes stretching and strengthening the muscles around them!! Today I am sharing 5 poses that you should incorporate into your daily routine to take the pressure off of your knees and increase their mobility!