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Hey friend, did you know… We are the average of the five people we spend the most time with.
Does that statement SCARE you? Or does it EXCITE you?
It’s true, I have an amazing group of friends and family in Raleigh, and my husband is my best friend.
AND I am working on building a network of entrepreneurial friends that are there to support me when the challenge of being self employed gets more intense. (New levels, new devils #amiright?)
If you’re not making the progress in life you want to be making – whether that’s in your health, fitness, mindset, career, relationships, or anything else you’re dreaming about achieving – first take a look at WHO you are spending your time with, and whether they are lifting you up or dragging you down.
You need people in your life who are speaking life and encouragement into you, and showing you the path forward (even when it looks totally overgrown and you have to hack your way through it.)
Building your tribe takes work, but it is SO worth it.
It’s hard for someone who’s not ahead of you to lift you up to new heights.
That’s why hiring a coach is SO important if you want to make progress in an area of your life. Sara Anna Powers is one of the few coaches and mentors I am working with currently to continue making progress in my business, and it was so wonderful to connect with my fellow Magnify Mastermind ladies in Nashville this past weekend!
PS – I’m taking on new private coaching clients! If you want to work with me to level up in YOUR life, click HERE to learn more.
And without further ado, here’s the #FedForReal recipe of the week! This will be my last recipe post for a while BUT the great news is my blog is going to be moving in a new direction with more content, so stay tuned!
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Recipe of the week:
Tropical Breakfast Bowl
Hang onto summer with this quick and sunny breakfast! It contains a delicious combination of slow release carbohydrates and gut-loving fiber, plus probiotics from the yogurt.
To bump up the gut health promoting effects of this breakfast, try using a less ripe banana. This helps to reduce how fast the sugar is broken down and released into your bloodstream, while also feeding the beneficial bacteria in your gut, thanks to the higher levels of resistant starch!
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Tropical Breakfast Bowl
Prep time: 5min /Total time: 5 minutes (Plus overnight soaking)
1 serving = 413 calories, 20g fat, 21g protein, 40g carbs, 9g fiber
- 4 oz Full fat greek yogurt
- 2 Scoops Collagen protein powder e.g. Vital Proteins
- ¼ cup Gluten Free Oats or Raw buckwheat groats
- ½ medium Banana, sliced
- 1 TB Slivered almonds
- 1 TB Unsweetened shredded coconut
- 1 fresh Passionfruit
- 1 tsp Chia seeds
- Scoop yogurt into a bowl or jar and stir through collagen powder and oats. Leave in fridge overnight to soak.
- Top with sliced banana, almonds and coconut.
- Cut passion fruit in half with a sharp knife and scoop out the fruit and seeds with a spoon. Combine yogurt, fruit, and nuts mixture with passionfruit and chia seeds.
- Serve and enjoy!
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