The 411: What Happened in Wellness This Week
2 days ago - By Nutrition Stripped
Happy FRIDAY! I wanted to share the week recap today instead of tomorrow to make room for some exciting news Monday about the Society! Until then, I hope you're getting in time to soak in some sunshine and get some fresh air this weekend and maybe meal prep. We're finally unpacking the last of boxes from our move- it's been a whirlwind of a week from remodeling the kitchen to moving in at the same time so we're looking to settle in and relax. On top of that, Sunday will be the first day I'll batch cook in our new home to prep for the week- did you catch my post earlier this week about why...
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