Lately, I’ve been thinking about the keys to fitstyle your life and one of the most important is pretty easy. Stand up more. Yep, it really is that simple. By standing up we engage all the muscles in our body.
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With the start of the new year, my intention is to find even more ways to #fitstyle my life (which, of course, I’ll share with you) and I hope you’ll join me. I’ve created some images based on the keys
It really starts in November and then keeps going on through December, you know what I’m talking about…the celebrations that all seem to center around sitting and grazing for hours on end. I’m not complaining as the holiday season is
We’re kicking off the new year in fitstyle! Come celebrate the book launch of FitStyle Your Life: 5 Simple Keys for Taking Exercise off Your To-Do List. I’ll be sharing some fashion tips about how you can bring exercise into
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