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Kelly’s Fitness Journey

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  1. Marie says:

    Thank you for sharing your fitness and eating routine, Kelly. This was so helpful and instructive. Even if we can’t do everything you’re doing, what I take away from it is moderation in eating and consistency in exercising. There’s no getting around that if we want good health, especially as we age. I always enjoy your posts. Thanks for reminding us not to beat ourselves up if we don’t always get it right! Happy new year.

    • Hi Marie, Thanks so much for stopping by and leaving a comment. You got it exactly right; moderation in eating and consistency in exercising – and not getting hung up on perfection. Thanks again, Happy New Year! xo Kelly

  2. Betsy Cornell says:

    Kelly, I’ve often wondered how a foodie, such as yourself could remain so tiny and fit. Thanks for sharing what you do. I like that you set the guidelines for yourself, and feeling better through stretching, activities, and nutrition helps keep the “spondy” to a more mimimum state. Your food always looks so good, and the recipes I’ve tried certainly have been delish, so I’m glad you eat some of everything.

    • Hi Betsy! I am so glad you enjoyed the post and that I was able to shed some light on how I balance my food-centric work and my health and fitness. Thanks so much for stopping by and joining the conversation! xo Kelly

  3. Gai says:

    Hi Kelly—
    I’m sorry to hear about your chronic pain condition, but glad you’ve found healthy ways to manage it. Thank you for posting actual schedules for exercise (and what ones) and eating (what and when). Very helpful info!!

    • Hello Gai, I am really happy you found the exercise and eating schedules helpful. When I got serious about outlining a routine for myself I didn’t know where to start! Thank you so much for stopping by and joining the conversation! xo Kelly

  4. Susan says:

    This was interesting and informative.- thanks! I have ordered some think bars and look forward to trying them. Protein is the hardest macro for me to reach because I get tired of eating meat.
    It might be a challenge for me to eat such a small amount in a day but I will definitely be more mindful of portions for sure. Do you have suggestions for someone new to herbal tea?

    • Hi Susan! Thank you for your question. I really love the Think! Bars. Such a great protein boost. I go for teas from The Republic of Tea. I trust that brand and I have never been disappointed with the flavor and quality. I keep a wide variety of tea on hand and I have collected many of my favorites at Beth’s Amazon storefront, here is the link: https://www.amazon.com/shop/bethdjalali/list/26CJLHFDAGA0M?ref_=aip_sf_list_spv_ons_mixed_d
      I was never a tea drinker, but when I stopped drinking wine at home, tea was a perfect substitute, with so many great flavors and benefits, it’s really a wonderful routine to get into. Hope that helps! xo Kelly

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