Can we talk very honestly and frankly about health, fitness, and our cultural standards around how we look for a moment? I decided to put a photo collage of myself together at various moments in my life. I've lived every side of the "weight" spectrum, and each different time in my life, I've had a
December 31st, 2010, just fourteen months after the untimely death of my healthy and young husband, and I realized life was never going to improve, change or move forward unless I did the work to make something happen. I sat by myself at around 11 pm, and I felt something move, something shift
I've been in the fitness industry for over ten years now. I've coached thousands of people, I've written for significant publications like the HuffPost and Prevention Magazine and been so blessed to be featured in Shape and Fitness. With all that experience, I'm here to tell you; I'm so tired of all the fitness fads
It's time we STOP believing that all trauma healing work happens in our minds, we must reconnect the body, and it's rightful place on our healing journey. ~Michelle Steinke-Baumgard, One Fit Widow When I got a phone call that would forever shape my world, I instinctively turned to fitness to handle my stress, trauma, and
These are the fastest, easiest and tastiest pancakes you will ever make. Less than 5-minutes for a healthy breakfast!
Who doesn't love cookies? I mean, my kiddos could LIVE on them…literally. What's not to love? They are so soft, yummy, and if you are like me, just the right amount of sweet. Even though we love cookies they aren't the pinnacle of health food so here is my favorite recipe that takes a twist
Photo of ruptured silicone implants and their capsules.
Sometimes you just know something isn't right. I've learned to listen to my inner voice since becoming a widow in October of 2009. Life has taught me that my inner voice is there for a reason and I should heed what it's telling me. In 2017 and 2018, I just didn't feel good. Truth be
Don’t be fooled! Next time you’re out shopping, watch for the words “Healthy”, “Low fat”, “Reduced Sugar”, and “Natural” on your food packaging. They are all buzzwords geared to sell products to those wanting to make better choices for themselves and their family. Sadly, they can be quite misleading. Healthy is subjective and can be used
I spent years at war with my body. At the time, I believed the war was external, caught up within numbers on scales, clothing brands and measurements. My value, my worth, and my life seemed to fluctuate with the rise and fall of numbers that nobody knew, or honestly cared about, except for me. As