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Be A Fit Mama is dedicated to supporting women in every area of their lives. Here on the Be A Fit Mama blog you will find articles, videos and community posts to help you get even closer to reaching your physical and emotional well-being goals. Enjoy!

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July 17

Tea is a thing. What’s best for you?

Today, tea is in fact a thing. A big thing. Not just for those long summer days and outdoor bar-b-ques, but for just about every day, every meal and health condition you can think of.

July 15

5 Reasons to bring back amazing Summer salads

Summer is the perfect time to turn over a new you. With the arrival of warm weather, a relaxed schedule and summer vacations, this is the moment to invest in a new wardrobe and, of course, a new, healthier menu.

July 10

Be A Fit Mama: Jump Start Workout

Are you looking to start a fitness program, but not quite sure how to get started? Here is a short workout I have created to help get your body moving and  to jump start your fitness journey!  

January 10

Simple ways to keep skin healthy during cold weather

(ARA) – While the crisp, cool weather may leave a healthy-looking rosy glow on cheeks, colder seasons can be tremendously harsh on skin. Extreme changes and inclement weather during the fall and winter months can leave skin dry, chapped and even cracked.   “Keeping skin healthy during cold months isn’t complicated, but it does take […]

January 1

6 Tips to Make 2016 Your Best Year Yet

Welcome in the New Year with Kenya's 6 Tips to Make 2016 Your Best Year Yet. Find out  ways to move through the New Year with confidence, ease and joy.

September 17

How competition can sabotage the professional woman’s well-being

It occurred to me recently that not every professional woman holds the same ideas as myself in regards to competition. Recently, I reached out to a number of professional women who I admired in an effort to build our relationship and to create in collaboration. The response I received from 95% of those women was some variation of “sorry, I don't want you stealing my clients”. 

September 7

Inspiration Tip: Be Calm, Stay Silent

September 6

Inspiration Tip: Go with the flow

August 3


As a single mother who has had her share of life challenges, I have a deep connection and appreciation for all the women who often find themselves in a place of fear, isolation and confusion in regards to finding their passions and taking the next steps to achieving their dreams. When in a place of […]

July 4


As women, we tend to play hard in everything we do. From running businesses, companies, and supporting our growing families; we are quite powerful beings. But with that power often comes neglect. Neglect of our personal needs over others and slowly but surely we can find that we’ve lost the lightness and inspiration in our lives. […]


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April 13

A Coconut Water Review…Coco Libre

I have a confession to make. Are you ready for it? Well…I’m not a big fan of coconut water. I know, I know! What could possibly be wrong with me that I don’t enjoy the taste of this super-hydrating, potassium rich, naturally fat and cholesterol free drink? Truth be told, I don’t believe all coconut […]

March 25

5 Tips for National Health Month

The month of March is a special time of the year…This is the time where the seasons change and we take a moment to reevaluate our yearly, quarterly and lifetime goals. In addition, we celebrate National Nutrition Month, which allows us to look more closely at our current health condition and make plans for a […]

March 23

Why you’re not getting anything done

It's Monday morning and the kids are off (if you have them), the spouse is off (if you have one) and you find yourself sitting in front of your computer ready to get stuff done. But first you decide that you need that extra cup of coffee; you need to respond to that email from you mother; or you need to check-out that Facebook post you've been meaning to share. And before you know it...hours have gone by and no work has been done. Now, how did that happen, you ask? It's simple really. You are proscrastinating, avoiding, blind-siding yourself; and the results are always the same: You don't get anything done. 

March 2

Charlie Chaplin’s Love Yourself Manifesto

“Created from Charlie Chaplin’s poem “As I Began to Love Myself”, this Artwork shares some beautiful wisdom from his inspired life.” This artwork is courtesy of MindValley (

February 20

Say goodbye to fear, isolation and lack of clarity in 6 easy steps

As a single mother who has had her share of life challenges, I have a deep connection and appreciation for all the women who often find themselves in a place of fear, isolation and confusion in regards to finding their passions and taking the next steps to achieving their dreams. When in a place of transition and the world seems to be imploding on itself, we seek to find the (any, really) solution to our problems.

February 18

5 Amazing Quotes to Push You Into Greatness

If you ever find yourself in need of a little inspiration pick-me-up, then you will be delighted to know that there is no shortage of amazing quotes to help you along your journey. 

February 12

Embrace the gift of ‘no’

If I kept track of every 'no' I've received over the years in my work, it could quite possibly make me want to give up, pack my bags and move to a secluded island in no-man's land ( the pun is not lost on me :-)) But, because I have a very special relationship with the word 'no', and don't perceive it as a form of rejection or a reflection on my personality, work and services; I embrace it wholeheartedly, and my ideal clients and opportunities come to me effortlessly.

February 11

Book Review: Nom Nom Paleo: Food For Humans

  As a wellness and fitness coach I’m usually on top of the latest and greatest diets, fads and research out there. In 2013 the Paleo Diet took the world by storm and with the combined efforts of Cross Fit workouts, took on a life of its own. At first glance, I wasn’t impressed. This […]

August 1

Book Review: All is Well by Louise Hay & Dr. Mona Lisa Schultz

I must admit that I had some trepidation as I began reading the new collaborative project, All is Well by Louise Hay and Mona Lisa Schulz, M.D., PhD. I am what you could call a holistic health advocate who appreciates modern medicine practices, but who does not necessarily believe in the prescription based western medicine model that […]