5 changes I'm making for a healthy pregnancy

Friday, February 26, 2016

This post was sponsored by Nature Made® as a part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central.

I love being a mom and a wife. I've always know that that's what I wanted to do with my life, but I didn't realize how challenging it could be too. I didn't realize how exhausting it would be sometimes, and how little time there would be to think about my own needs. I spent a good portion of 2015 tired and drained- I've been eating horribly for years and haven't done much for exercise in a really long time. I've been in this rut where I'm just always tired and fatigued, no matter how much sleep I get. It's time for a change, and it couldn't come soon enough since I'm now expecting baby number four! I made a little goal for myself that I would make my own personal well being and health more of priority in 2016, pregnant or not, and here's my plan for kicking my own butt back into gear this year.

Eat better. I'm so bad with food. Sure, I'm skinny, but that doesn't mean I can or should just eat what I want. A handful of toddler cookies and another cup of coffee is not a balanced lunch, but that's pretty typical of me. Now that I'm pregnant I obviously have more of an appetite, but my cravings aren't always healthy ones. Lots of fruits, fresh veggies, lean protein are what I should be reaching for during the day. I should also clean off my nightstand and get rid of the junk food and candy I keep hidden in my top drawer for late night snacks. 

Get moving. I won't lie- I absolutely hate exercising. I don't like to sweat and I hate feeling hot, but if I want to be around when my kids are older I should probably start doing some cardio and strength training to keep my heart and body healthy. Plus, it'll be easier to bounce back from this baby if I'm active during my pregnancy. Time to get that blood pumping! I do enjoy walking, so now that the weather is getting nicer I'm going to shoot for 3-4 long, brisk walks around the neighborhood with Harper in the stroller. Plus, the fresh air will do me good.

Drink water. This one is tough too. As I mentioned before, I love my coffee, but I'm trying to cut down a little while I'm pregnant. Growing a baby requires a lot of work, and with my body's blood volume increasing, I need to be drinking plenty of water. I found that it's easier to do when I have a cute water bottle to drink out of. 

Sleep well. As a mom, I'm usually the first one up in the morning and the last one to go to bed at night. Lately, I can barely keep my eyes open past dinnertime, so hitting the hay early is a must. It's exhausting growing a tiny human. I'm trying to force myself to be in bed earlier, and I'm making it a point to silence my phone and tablet when I curl up in bed. Those notifications going off all night can be so distracting and counterproductive for a good night's sleep.

Take vitamins. I'm taking Nature Made Prenatal + DHA vitamins to ensure I'm getting all of my daily nutritional needs as a pregnant woman, including 200mg of DHA. Nature Made vitamins are the #1 best-selling brand of vitamins, minerals, and supplements* and are the #1 pharmacist recommended supplement brand in 9 categories**, which is why I feel good about taking them while growing this tiny baby inside of me. They're specially formulated with age, gender, and life stage in mind and I can pick them up at Walmart for a great price every day. 

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Rethink Colour: maintaining your roots at home

Monday, February 22, 2016

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #RethinkColour #CollectiveBias

As a former hairstylist, keeping my roots touched up used to be a big priority in life. Like clockwork, I was in that salon chair every 2 weeks getting fresh color on my mousy brown new growth like my life depended on it. Nowadays, as a busy mom of 3 with one more on the way, my trips to the salon are pretty few and far between. My days of sitting in the salon chair are pretty limited, so oftentimes I'm left to deal with my roots myself at home until I can make it in for a hair appointment. Hats, headbands, and creative hairstyles can only do so much to hide them, but my favorite way to disguise my roots on a daily basis is with the new John Frieda Root Blur™ Colour Blending Concealer.

Root Blur is the product I've been searching for for years. I love the grown out, rooty, ombre look I've been sporting this last year because it lets me be blonde but without the high maintenance. I can go six months without bleach touching my hair, but my natural hair color does not match the rich, dark brown colored parts that melt into the blonde ends. Root Blur is the perfect solution for that, since obsessively coloring my roots now with all of these kids is out of the question. Ain't nobody got time for that!

Seriously, I cannot tell you how excited I was to see this product at Target. Anyone who knows me knows I love Target and frequent there on a weekly basis. On this particular trip, I was with one of my best gal pals when I saw the John Frieda end cap and ran over to it. I had just been telling her about this miracle product, Root Blur, and there it was in all its' glory.

At first glance, the John Frieda Root Blur™ Colour Blending Concealer looks a little like an eyeshadow palette, but it's so much more than that. Inside the cute little compact is a pressed mineral powder in two customizable shades- I chose the Chestnut to Espresso to match my dark brown root area. It's a light and weightless-feeling powder that stays right where you put it until your next shampoo and won't rub off, helping you extend the time between coloring. It's so quick and easy- anyone can apply it and it looks completely natural. The little brush that comes with it is the perfect little size to pick up the powder and apply it on your roots and blend into the rest of the hair. It took me less than 2 minutes to touch up my hairline and center part and the results were pretty startling. I had no obvious roots- no one could tell that I should have been at the salon about 4 months ago anymore.

Root Blur is definitely a hair staple for me now and I keep it in my purse at all times. Every once in a while I'll pull down the mirror in the driver's seat and notice my roots are popping out at me, and all it takes is a quick swipe of Root Blur to blend it away. I can skip the salon more often and extend the time in between my color appointments!

Make sure to take advantage of Target's current promotion: Buy 3 Products get a $5 Target Gift Card. It would be a great time to grab Root Blur in one of four great shades, ranging from light blonde to dark brown. Look for the end cap display at your local Target now through March 5th and figure out which shade is perfect for you!

What's your best tip for hiding your roots?
Learn more about Root Blur here

Super hero cereal

Thursday, February 18, 2016

The new Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice movie hits theaters on March 25th, 2016, and the boys in my house could not be more excited about it. We're big fans of super hero movies around here and it's tradition for my husband and son, Ayden, to see the midnight premiere of the latest blockbuster on the big screen together. They've already detailed their plan to see Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, from what snacks they're going to eat to what shirts they're going to wear (my son is going to wear a Batman™ shirt while dad is opting for Superman™). Ayden has always been a Batman fan!

In anticipation for the movie, we can now show our allegiance with the new General Mills super hero cereals: Batman™ Chocolate Strawberry and Superman™ Caramel Crunch. These two delicious flavors are available for a limited time, so make your choice- Batman or Superman?

Here's a little info on the super hero cereals:

• No colors from artificial sources
• No artificial flavors
• No high fructose corn syrup
• Only 9 grams of sugar per serving
• A good source of Calcium and Vitamin D
• 12g of whole grain per serving

Ayden obviously had to try Batman™ Chocolate Strawberry first, being the Batman fan that he is. I have to say, I'm a little biased for Batman too- I grew up watching the movies with my family. I remember playing Batman and Robin with my younger brother in our basement and watching Batman in my grandparent's living room with my cousins. My grandma even had a Batman sticker on her car. I always wanted to sit on the side next to that sticker because I thought it was so cool. Of course, the movies these days are way cooler than the ones I grew up watching. I can't wait to see Batman up against Superman in the new movie!

Along with the Batman™ Chocolate Strawberry and Superman™ Caramel Crunch cereal, you can also find specially marked boxes of other General Mills cereal that contain 1 of 4 custom comic books to get your family excited for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Collect them all now through March 7th, and grab a coupon for $1 off the new super hero cereals while you're at it.

Batman or Superman? Which do you choose?

Skincare Routine Favorites

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Hey lovelies! 

If you've followed my blog at all you know how much I love sharing my favorite products, especially beauty products, with my readers. I'm always sharing new things I've picked up or had a chance to try, as well as my old favorite standbys. This post is dedicated specifically to skincare. These are all skincare items that are in my current beauty routine that I swear by!

Before I get to the products, I wanted to let you know that this post is not sponsored in any way, but it does contain affiliate links, which means that if you happen to purchase an item through the link, I get compensation for it (a very,very small percentage). I've also included regular links to the brand websites too, but in cases where the item can be found cheaper somewhere else (like on Amazon) I let you know and linked you to the better deal (where I purchased it from). I'm just sharing a good deal when I see one!

Clarisonic Mia Sonic Facial Cleansing System | $98

I love my Clarisonic Mia! I've been using it for about a year now and I feel like it's definitely helped improve the texture of my skin and improve the look of my pores. Plus, it's an amazing exfoliator and it feels like it cleans my face so much better than just my hands or a washcloth (it says it cleans 6 times better). The Mia is a very basic version of the Clarisonic with just one universal speed for normal skin, which is perfect for me. It's waterproof and rechargeable- I can go about 2 weeks without charging it and I take it on vacation with me and don't have to worry about bringing the charger. I debated on whether or not to get one of these for years and finally took the plunge. I'm so happy I did! I use my Clarisonic every night to thoroughly clean my skin at the end of the day.

Neutrogena Fresh Foaming Cleanser | $6.49

Years ago, when I was battling some major acne breakouts, a dermatologist recommended this face wash instead of the harsh, acne-medicated ones I was using. Ever since then, I've seen a huge change in my skin. I love this cleanser because it really cleans my face and gets rid of all traces of makeup, dirt, and oil without being harsh on my skin. It's soap-free, oil-free, won't clog pores, and is hypoallergenic. I use it with my Clarisonic every night.

I wrote this blog post about my amazing discovery of ACV as a great acne-fighting toner almost 4 years ago now, and I'm still using it to this day. Make sure to read the blog post on how to mix and dilute the ACV- you definitely don't want to start with straight ACV unless you like to feel the burn. It's seriously amazing. I use it every morning to keep breakouts from happening and it also makes my face less oily throughout the day.  If you're an acne sufferer, try it! It's the only thing that's worked for my problem skin and I rarely have a breakout at all anymore. 

L'oreal Youth Code Serum Intense | $24.99

Here's some inside info: I used to work for Lancome, which is a L'oreal company. Lancome and L'oreal have some very, very similar products with different names, different packaging, and almost identical ingredients. One of my favorite Lancome serums, Genifique, retails for $78/oz, and it's dupe, L'oreal Youth Code, is $24.99/oz. I've used both products and I can't tell the difference between them, and they both deliver virtually the same results! It makes my skin super soft and smooth, helps diminish fine lines and wrinkles, and evens out my skin tone. I really notice a difference in my skin when I use this Youth Code Serum! I use this morning and night before moisturizing.

Hey Honey Open Your Eyes eye contour lifting cream | $31

I recently added this eye cream to my beauty routine after receiving it in my January Ipsy Glam Bag, and since then it's also been featured in my latest Beauty Favorites post. Eye creams are generally one of those things on a constant rotation in my bathroom. I'm always trying new products and trying to find the best eye cream, and right now, Hey Honey is it. I love how lightweight this cream is- it's almost a mix between a serum and a cream, and it doesn't cake up under my makeup. I feel like it really does help relieve the puffiness under my eyes and and helps tighten the skin to improve the appearance of fine lines. I use this morning and night.

Aveeno Positively Radiant daily moisturizer | $12.79

This moisturizer made it into my rotation when I worked with AVEENO for a social media contest promotion last summer, and I stuck with it because I liked it so much. Because my skin tends to be a little oily, I need a lightweight moisturizer during the day to keep my skin from feeling tight and with SPF to protect my skin from the sun (so important all year round). This award winning daily moisturizer is clinically shown to improve texture, tone, dullness, brown spots, and blotchiness while still being oil-free, hypoallergenic, and non-comedogenic (doesn't clog pores). If you're looking for a basic moisturizer with SPF for daytime wear that doesn't feel heavy, this stuff is great! 

Kiehl's Midnight Recovery Concentrate | $46

I've been using this facial oil every night for about 3 years now and it's been amazing, even for my slightly oily skin. You'd think putting an oil on your face at night would make it more greasy, but it doesn't. It's amazing for regenerating, restoring, and replenishing for smooth and healthy looking skin

The following products are extras, or products I use as needed:

up & up Makeup Remover Cleansing Towelletes | $3.39

These little cleansing wipes are great to have when I'm extra tired and need to remove my makeup quickly and easily. They're also great for removing eye makeup! Pick some up next time you're at Target. 

The Body Shop Vitamin C Microdermabrasion | $23

I've mentioned this microdermabrasion scrub a few times on my blog before and it's one of my favorites. I love to use it once or twice a week in the shower when I need some extra exfoliation. 

Biore Deep Cleansing Pore Strips | $7.49

These strips are great to have when I feel like my pores need a really, really deep clean. I use one every couple of weeks on my nose to remove those pesky blackheads! 

Boots Botanics Ionic Clay Mask | $9.39

I use this mask once every week or two as needed to control extra oil. It's made with willowbark, which literally sucks up the excess oil in my pores and helps to draw out impurities wthout overdrying my skin. 

Have you tried any of these skincare products?
What are some of your favorites I should check out?

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The Cozy Collection- curl up with Starbucks

Friday, February 12, 2016

This post was sponsored by Starbucks as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central. I received compensation and complimentary products to facilitate my review.

In the cold, dreary Pacific Northwest, wintertime can be downright miserable. It's wet, it's snowy, and sometimes we don't see the sun for weeks. This time of year means a lot of long days at home just trying to stay warm. One of my favorite ways to get cozy is with soft blanket, a good book, and a big mug of hot chocolate. Who has the best hot chocolate? Starbucks, of course! Starbucks is pretty much a staple around here. My husband hits the Starbucks drive thru every single day on his way to work, and I find myself there at least a couple of times a week too. Now you can get their rich, chocolaty hot chocolate at home with just the press of a button with their new Hot Cocoa K-Cups.

The Starbucks Hot Cocoa K-Cups are rich and creamy indulgent favorite inspired by Starbucks handcrafted hot cocoa. They come in two flavors: Classic, made with real cocoa and non-fat milk, and Salted Caramel, with sea salt and natural caramel flavor. Warming up with a mug of my favorite decadent cocoa at home has never been easier! These little K-Cup pods were created for convenience- I can pick them up at the grocery store and pop them right in my Keurig brewer when I want to curl up on the couch and get cozy.

Speaking of cozy, I recently received the Starbucks Cozy Collection, featuring Starbucks Hot Cocoa K-Cups and all kinds of goodies to go along with it. The Cozy Collection includes:
  • A plush, plaid blanket, for snuggling and snoozing on the couch.
  • A gorgeous Starbucks mug to fill with their yummy hot chocolate.
  • Starbucks® Classic and Salted Carmel K-Cup® pods
  • Marshmallows and shortbreads to pair with Starbucks Hot Cocoa
  • $5 Starbucks Card and exclusive offer on Starbucks® Hot Cocoa K Cup® pods

My Starbucks Cozy Collection arrived at the perfect time. It was in the middle of nap time on a really long, trying day at home. I was so excited for this package that I think I actually squealed as I opened up the box- I was practically giddy! The blanket was so soft and is actually big enough for 2 people to cuddle up with. The mug is the perfect size and the shortbread and marshmallows compliment the hot cocoa wonderfully. I brewed up a cup of the Salted Caramel, grabbed my treats, a book, and got cozy in my recliner. Perfection! Just the perfect little indulgent treat. The Salted Caramel hot cocoa was perfectly sweet and really rich and creamy. The marshmallows were so yummy! They were soft and gooey and melted nicely into the hot cocoa. Those are definitely a treat I'm hiding from my kids- they're too good to share. I'm going to have a really hard time sharing any of my cozy goodies!

Win your own Cozy Collection from Starbucks!

How do you like to stay warm and get cozy? Is it with Starbucks Hot Cocoa K-Cups? Make sure to check out the Starbucks Contest happening right now to win your very own Cozy Collection! Learn more about Starbucks Hot Cocoa K-Cups here.

Never miss a moment

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

As a veteran mom of 3 (with one more on the way) I guess you could say I've seen my fair share of precious moments with my children. Sure, I've seen all of the "firsts"- first time rolling over, first tooth, first crawl, first word, first name it, I've seen it. But as my kids get older and our family grows, it's a struggle to balance my attention with all of them. I'm constantly pulled in different directions and I only have two eyes- I can't watch them all at the same time and not miss something.

While trying to always be present, I think it's also important to give kids a little independence. Even a child as young as Harper, my 18-month-old daughter, enjoys her solo time more and more every day. Lately, I've been using my video baby monitor to keep a close eye on her and to allow her the freedom to think she's little Miss Independent while also giving me peace of mind knowing she's OK. 

The VTech VM343 video baby monitor has been a game-changer for me. Seriously- how did I survive this long without a video baby monitor? I can scan Harper's room and keep an eye on her with the remote pan and tilt camera, and I can even zoom in on her while she sleeps or plays. It's equipped with automatic night vision, so when the lights go out I can still see her on the large 4.3 inch LCD screen. I love watching her at night! It's so funny to see how much she rolls around and scoots all over her crib before finally succumbing to sleep. I feel so much more relieved being able to see what's going on in there. With 1,000 feet of range, I can watch her from any room in the house, and even take it with me when I'm in the backyard. This is going to be great for when spring and summer roll around! 

I've been using the VTech VM343 video monitor a lot more during the day too. It's really helping me relinquish a little bit of control and let Harper try to have more independent play without disturbing her. Lately, she loves to go in her room and shut the door. Fun for her, but scary for mom. I don't like not knowing what she's doing. Is she pulling all of the clothes out of her dresser? Pinching her fingers in the closet door? Pulling the curtains down on herself? Trying to climb into her crib? It gives me too much anxiety, but she loves having the door shut and will repeatedly shut it every time I prop it open. Now, I can stay at my desk when I hear her door click shut and watch her on the monitor. What I actually saw her doing was pretty adorable. 

No funny business here- she just wanted to play some music and read a book!

A few minutes later, my other daughter, Lily, walked by and opened her door. She saw that Harper was still looking at her book, so she decided to go in and read it to her. This is a precious moment between my two daughters that I probably would have missed if it weren't for the VTech VM343 video baby monitor. It just melted my heart to watch and hear!

I have the VTech VM343 mounted on Harper's wall in her room, and I can pan 270 degrees from side to side and 120 degrees up and down, which means I can see just about every inch of her room while she plays. If she goes over to the dresser and starts opening the drawers or fiddling with the closet door, I can push a button on my screen and talk to her through the monitor. It kind of startles her sometimes, and she looks around, like, "Mommy? Is that you?" It gets her to stop, and I'm able to continue on with what I'm busy doing while also keeping a close eye on her. In the evenings, I can easily take the camera off the wall mount and move it into the living room while I make dinner and still keep an eye on all 3 kiddos as they play and do homework. It's so much easier than constantly popping into the other room to check on them- I can't tell you how many times I've nearly ruined dinner by leaving things on the stove unattended to check on the kids. Now I an observe from afar and monitor how closely the older siblings watch their baby sister when I'm not in the room. They do a pretty good job!

Like I said, this video monitor is a game-changer for me as a parent. I am so happy to feel so secure and connected with my toddler and her new-found independence. I'm also thankful to capture the sweet moments I've seen through the screen of the monitor. This is definitely going to come in handy when baby number four arrives in September! The VTech VM343 monitor can expand up to four cameras, which means I can keep an eye on everyone at the same time if I want to. How did I survive parenting this long without it? 

I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.

Four kids

Monday, February 8, 2016

Random thoughts from Friday night. Yes, it took me 2 1/2 days to proofread & finally hit publish. So tired. So pregnant:

I'm sitting here at 5:56pm on a Friday night, pondering life. It's just me and my 3 kids while my husband is still working (and probably will be for many more hours- Friday nights are usually late ones in the tattoo business). We've already eaten dinner and I cleaned up the kitchen, which is shocking, considering the tired state I'm in. I am, however, excited at the prospect of putting my crazy, overly-tired, grouchy 18-month-old to bed early, so maybe that's why I so eagerly tidied up the kitchen in a happy little frenzy. It's been a long day. My two oldest kids, Ayden and Lily, are furiously clicking the buttons on their XBOX controllers while they argue about the mystical world they are building together in Minecraft. I don't get the fascination with this game, but it's giving me a moment's peace while Harper happily bangs her head on the floor next to her toys and throws blocks across the room. It's almost bedtime...

See, I'm sitting here typing as quickly as I can while I still have the energy to type it, and before I succumb to the oncoming wave of exhaustion that comes along with being in your first trimester of pregnancy. I have thoughts in my head and I know if I don't get them out now I never will. I'll be too tired, or I'll be nauseous, or I'll second guess myself and forget about it, burying those feelings deep down with the rest of my crazy, hormonally, irrational thoughts. 

Four kids. Holy shit, it's really hitting me. My husband and I have been talking about the prospect of a fourth baby pretty much since Harper came along 18 months ago. We just weren't sure she was our last one, and I liked the idea of her having a sibling close in age to her (rather than 7 & 10 years apart). So we talked, and dreamed, and finally said "whatever happens, happens." Well, it happened...earlier than I thought it would. Really, I had JUST stopped breast feeding about 3 months ago when Harper randomly weened herself from the boob. It took me forever to get pregnant with her- hence the 7 year age gap between her and Lily. I don't think I ovulated for a number of years, and the fact that I'm considered under weight probably didn't help matters. Somehow, though, after just a few months of not nursing anymore, I got those double lines on a pregnancy test a few weeks ago and shit got real.

I guess it's taken a little bit of time for the reality to set in. I'm pregnant. Like, I'm so pregnant that I'm going to have 4 kids in just a short while. Four kids. Damn. I really need that minivan now- no way around that. Along with all kinds of other half-joking wow, I'm going to have 4 kids thoughts are the serious ones that are starting to creep in too. Like, can I afford 4 kids? Do I have room for 4 kids? Do I have the energy for 4 kids? Can I seriously handle 4 kids? Then I think things like OMG what did I do? Why did I upset the delicate balance we have going on right now? 

I mean, seriously, these last 18 months have been a challenge for me. After being a mom of two for so long, especially now that they are both in school, adding another baby to the mix definitely threw me for a loop. It's been a whole new family dynamic, and I love it, but it's also definitely trying at times. We've just kind of found our sweet spot, my husband and I, both in our relationship together and as parents. We co-parent well, and we each have our "zones" and specialties. We're just figuring out how three kids works. Is adding another baby to that going to put a strain on things? Totally. I know we can handle it, but again, it's going to be a challenge. The thought of facing it seems daunting...and of course, exhausting. When is my energy going to come back? Will I ever not be tired again? 

I wish I had answers to all of these crazy-sounding questions, but at the moment, I don't. There's a huge chance this is all hormonal and just pregnancy nerves or something. I mean, I know baby number four is coming, so either way, I have to pull it together and figure it out! Don't get me wrong, I'm really excited, but I needed a momentary freak out.

Time to go ponder life some more...

The Choice

Thursday, February 4, 2016

This post was sponsored by Lionsgate as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central. I received complimentary products to facilitate my review.

Anyone who knows me knows that I love to read. I'm a huge book lover, and reading is one of my favorite past times, going all the way back to when I was an early teen and fell in love with my first novel. That's when I realized I could escape in a book. An amazing book will sweep you away and get you wrapped up in the storyline and character development, and will vividly come to life in your mind and imagination. It's an amazing thing, really! I could get lost for hours in a really good book. 

One of my favorites is when a book is made into a movie. I love seeing how things translate from a page in a book to the big screen. One of my recently read favorites, The Choice, by Nicholas Sparks, is getting ready to hit theaters this Friday, February 5th! 

The Choice is another great love story set in North Carolina, where two unlikely neighbors meet and eventually fall in love. Gabby, a feisty medical student preparing to settle down with her long-term boyfriend, and Travis, the ladies man who thinks a serious relationship would cramp his lifestyle, embark on a surprising romantic journey neither thought possible. After a whirlwind weekend together and an irresistible attraction neither of them expected, a choice has to be made. How far would you go to keep the hope of love alive? This story definitely resonates with everyone, because who hasn't wondered about the choices they've made in life and how that got them to where they are now? 

Check out a sneak peek of the trailer for The Choice below. Doesn't it look like the perfect Valentine's Day date movie or night out with the girls? 

Learn more about The Choice here.

Are you a Nicholas Sparks fan? Which books and movies are your favorite? Will you read or watch this one? 
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