This time of year can be really stressful with holiday social events, family gatherings, gifts to buy and cards to send in addition to the “normal busy.” It’s tempting to put your Bride Fit workouts and healthy eating on the back burner till January 1, which is what most women do! The feeling that we […]
Are you seeking a bronzed, glowing complexion for your big day? I attended a spray tan party last week given by my two friends who have an amazing spray tanning business servicing brides. Brides they met at bridal shows were invited to come get “sprayed” and experience their services to see if they wanted to […]
Most brides know that sugar is the enemy when it comes to unwanted fat on our bodies! Excess refined sugar not only is the culprit in weight gain but also plays a major role in chronic diseases such as digestive issues, heart disease and attention disorders. Sugar compromises immune function and depletes nutrients from the […]
There are many factors that affect a brides ability or inability to release fat such as sleep, stress, chemicals in your beauty products, quality of food, toxins in your home and hydration. I’m sure you’ve heard the “eat less and exercise more” advice for losing weight before wedding. The truth is “eating less and exercising […]
Did you know that hugging is has a powerful impact on lowing blood pressure, increasing happiness and feelings of security, even reducing physical pain? We know that activities like exercising, meditation, and keeping things simple have a positive affect on your physical and mental health, but Hugging? YEP!
I’ve been hearing more than ever from my clients that there doesn’t seem to ever be enough time to get it all done! I am writing on this “rushed bride” topic today because I know we can all relate to this feeling and we need reminders and idea’s about how to juggle it all and […]
My intention when creating a Bride Fit program and writing a weekly blog is to share information that (if applied) would not only get you wedding dress ready but also inspire you to create new habits that will facilitate a “happier & healthier ever after.”
I know there’s advice coming from all directions about how to get healthy and fit. The problem is that the advice is conflicting most of the time. “Carbohydrates are the enemy so don’t eat them!” Or “eat carbs, but only at night or before noon!” Workouts should be hard and exhausting, right?