SewFatty’s Life Goals for 2015

Normally, I don’t make any New Years Resolutions. For the simple fact, that if I fail within days. That  feeling of failure is no fun. However, I do like to set goals. They are self accomplishments that I want to do within the year. Not sure if, that fits in as a resolution or what. For some reason I find goals different then a resolution šŸ™‚ 

My goals this year, is to be the Best Father and Mother to our munchkins. My hubby will be gone almost the entire year. Which means, I will be mom and dad. I’m praying for strength throughout this year. I will need it.

Secondly, just continuing to give my munchkins the healthiest foods. Stonyfield is a product that is , full of protein and vitamins for my kids. I don’t feel bad giving them more then one yogurt at a time. I want them to see that being healthy, fit is such an important thing. I want them to grow up having a healthy mentality. Does that make sense ? I have also have fitness goals. That, I will accomplish and i’m super excited to get back in the gym and do work. 

 I want to enjoy the small moments with family. Sometimes, we caught up with social media and our phones that we tend to forget to live in the moment. I want to soak up all those moments. For they will grow up and have their own lives to live. 

Lastly, I want to get closer to GOD. I was raised catholic and soon after my parents became born again Christian’s. God has always been a part of my life. I love him. Therefore, I want to know him better by reading the bible more and just becoming a better Christian? not sure, if that makes sense. It’s like when someone asks you something about the bible and you know there is a verse in the bible about that. However, you don’t know where its at. (yes, its easy to google) I don’t want to do that. I want to be able to respond back with “Yes it’s in so, and so book/verse”. 






Do you have goals for this year?? 



  I am a Stonyfield Blogger. All opinions are my own.

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Start 2015 with good health & fitness with Sara LeeĀ®

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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Sara LeeĀ®. All opinions are my own.

As many of you may know, that I’m on a fitness journey. Its not for a little while, its a total lifestyle.Sara Lee Bread It’s not easy, but seeing results and feeling great is what motivates me to continue doing what I’m doing. If you are also thinking of making a change for your life this coming year. My advice to you is “just do it” you’ll thank yourself later, and say “why didn’t i do this earlier? Feeling good about yourself and having that confidence you didn’t have is one of the best feelings ever. I encourage you to get your butt up, and kick some butt in 2015. Sara Lee wants to hear your story, by participating in the 45 Delightful People program found here:

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We are all winners!!! So, each participant in the 45 Delightful People program will automatically receive a free tee-shirt. YAY!! How awesome is that? 

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 Having a IIFYM diet allows me to eat whatever what I want, so long as it fits my MACROS. So, looking at the nutritional facts for me is always running through my head. Sara LeeĀ® Delightful Breads is only 45 calories per full-size slice. The Delightful breads are all heart-healthy and provide an excellent source of fiber in each serving (2 slices). There are no artificial colors or flavors, and no high fructose corn syrup. There is also new flavors in the Delightful line, 100% Whole Wheat (made with real honey), Healthy Multi-Grain and Wheat. So many to choose from to float your boat. 

There are so many ways to enjoy Sara LeeĀ® Delightful bread. Healthy french toast, PB & Jam, hummus, toasted with eggs the possibilities are endless. You can find the Delightful bread in all supermarkets nationwide and has an average price of $3.29 per 20 oz. package not bad for healthy eating.


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Fluff and Fitness Giveaway !!

Vote for Bert, Cloth Diaper Blogger

A Cloth Diaper Contest and Inspirational Message!

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Remember how, after your baby came along, you had to weed through your closet to find clothes that still fit? If you had a hard time getting back in your favorite jeans, you’re definitely not alone! Most of us have been there! Babies change your life for the better, but it can be so hard to find time for a shower, let alone a work-out!

Every now and then, someone comes into your life, and reminds you that taking care of yourself is important, too! For many of us, that person is Elizabeth “Bert” Anderson! Bert is participating in the Steele Fitness Challenge, and what she’s doing has been so inspirational!

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About Bert!

Bert is a mommy just like you and me! With two children under the age of 4, she struggled with her health and weight after her children were born. And, like many of us moms, she put her family ahead of her fitness! Just before she turned 30, she decided it was time to get fit, and she joined the Steele Fitness Challenge! You can find out more aboutwhy she wants to get fit here!

Bert got married in 2005, and started blogging in 2009 as a way to keep track of her thoughts on being a first time mom, especially her struggle with post-partum depression, and as a way of reaching out to other moms who struggle with the same things! Bert’s got a quirky sense of humor and an up-beat take on life. You can follow her adventures in mommyhood on her blog atFTM, where she maintains that no matter how many children you have, you will always be a “first time mom” because there’s a first time for everything.

Why Should YOU Vote for Bert?

Mommys Unite!We would love to see her win this challenge!Over the past 3 months, Bert has inspired many of us through-out the cloth diaper community to think about what type of fitness examples we set for our children! Let her inspire you too!

In typical Bert fashion, she tells us frequently that she’s so happy to have changed her life for the better, and that she doesn’t need to win this challenge because she’s already won back her health! And that’s why we would love to see her win – what an awesome way to end such a challenge!

So, please, vote for Bert!

About the Challenge

10 individuals are competing for 90 days as they attempt to change their lives and win an awesome grand prize. The winner will be selected by a judging panel based on how hard they work at the challenge, and by a popular vote!

We know how hard Bert has worked, but she is a bit behind right now in the voting, and we would love to give her a boost! Please vote for Bert and help us spread the word about her participation! You can place your vote for her here! I’ve gotten together with a bunch of other cloth diaper bloggers the contest below as our way of thanking you for supporting our friend during this journey to fitness! Be sure to enter, because you can win a mommy and baby prize pack!

Don’t forget you can vote daily!

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Disclaimer: Bert Anderson did not ask us to help her get votes, nor is she soliciting votes. Neither she nor FTM have played any role in sponsoring, soliciting, or administering this giveaway. As members of the #fluffybloggers group, we put this event together without any encouragement or support from Bert as a way to spread the word about the contest and hopefully help her get more votes! You are not required to vote for Bert, but we would love your support to help her win.

Please note: Neither Thinking About Cloth Diapers nor any of of the participating blogs are responsible for sponsors who do not fulfill their prize obligations.

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