Having been a recreational runner for awhile I didn’t really think anything of it when I found out I was pregnant and decided to continue to do as I had always done – exercise. My husband and I have been regularly going to a HIIT style bootcamp for almost a year pre-pregnancy so it just […]
Over the last year, my life has changed in more ways than I can count. The biggest change was the addition of a new member to our Ohana (meaning family in Hawaiian). Quick fact number one, we’re HUGE Disney fans. That’s a little Lilo and Stitch for you. Although I would consider this the most important […]
Pregnancy makes you do crazy things. For me being pregnant was easy. I know, I know – and I’m sorry to all of you who suffered through morning sickness, swelling, pain, fatigue and anything else that growing a tiny human throws at you. Truly, I am. I know I was blessed, and I am grateful […]
Fitness from a Young Age When I was younger, I did competitive gymnastics at a provincial level for almost 16 years. I trained 30 hours a week 52 weeks a year, so I was constantly exercising. But it was a sport I loved so I never really thought about it with the same negative connotation […]
Early morning runs have always been a challenge. I need some fuel to get going but don’t want to eat much before hitting the trails at 6am. These little energy bites are delicious, super quick to put together and will give you the boost you need when you don’t have the time. Check out the notes below for the substitutions we often make. Don’t be afraid to experiment yourself. You could easily substitute raisins, remove the chocolate chips, add in some dates, you name it!
Hi. We’re Sean and Arran. We live in Atlantic Canada with our 4-month old daughter, Cecilia. We enjoy things like travelling, reading, cooking, and absolutely love anything Disney. Sean is a technophile who follows everything Apple from his iPhone, apple watch or MacBook and Arran has way to many craft projects on the go to […]
When we are in our carbo-loading phase for a race, we need to increase our carbs (something we are not typically fond of) while keep our fat, fibre and protein intake very low. We’ve developed a strict routine of what to eat and what not to eat. These oatmeal cookies, modified to keep the fat […]