So I’ve been MIA but with legitimate reasons, listed below, but what brought me back to the game (so to speak) is my Luv of food and sharing. In fact I’ve involved my children on this quest to fight the COVID bulge and hack the holiday eating frenzy. It’s back to food, fitness and family on MANA WAHINE FITNESS.
Here goes my, “Where I’ve been” and “What’s happening” list.
1. I didn’t know if I had anything left to share in this space.
2. Started working at a school creating, developing and co-hearting a program for preK-12th. (I’ll share a video below.)
3. Wrote an E-Book and didn’t know what to do with it after publishing. Walk Inn Beauty
4. Played around with a podcast Walk Inn Beauty and haven’t touched it in awhile.
5. Raising 7 children (4 are teens) and co-homeschooling with my husband.
It’s my WELCOME BACK 🥳 to blogging, which I missed.
I’m still teaching Zumba and my online classes are so much fun. I even bought new gear to celebrate the new sessions.
Tried VLOGMAS for a couple of days and it turned out pretty good. (pictures below) I talked my teenagers into joining me and they did a fantastic job. Speaking of youth, they currently join me during my online sessions since we turned our Ohana living room into a dance studio. Lol.
The BEST holiday hack is to meal prep because the goal is to jump into 2021… seriously! The sweet temptations are everywhere so you have to arm yourself with good food. So add that extra fiber and plant based proteins because the more you prep the easier it will be to say no.
Wild rice with greens and salmon.
It’s literally the same three ingredients styled differently. I adore these containers from ELLO and bought several at Costco.
Wild Rice: A mix of protein and fiber, low in calories. Contains Manganese an antioxidant, it aids in keeping the mitochondria in your cells healthy.
Brussels Sprouts, Kale, Broccoli & Purple Cabbage: You’ve seen those salad bag mixes at Costco and Cash & Carry. They’re time savers because one bag can do so much!
I added can salmon, not my usual choice but I was trying to create from a menu that could live in your pantry. Everything except the salad could keep for months. Video tutorial on the link below. Enjoy
This picture is in the gym at Chief Leschi Schools of the Puyallup Tribe, a PreK to 12th grade establishment.
I started fitness sessions back in March 2020 when the pandemic first hit. It was a way for teachers to keep moving and stay positive. My initial goal was to remain active until the students returned… but that didn’t happen. (Yet)
So far several of us have continued but I’m really concerned about the students. Every time I see them on screen 👩🏻💻 sitting back, sedentary and aloof I get worried.
If you have any ideas please comment.