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Things That Will Make My 2015 AMAZING!

Stuff is just stuff.  If I didn't have any, I would still be happy.  
BUT some stuff can be super cool awesome and amazing and make life fun.  Some are things, some are lifestyle choices and some are just cuz.

So taking me into 2015 smoothly, satisfyingly and stylish are these amazing STUFFS that I am so happy about.  Share in the joy with me!

My Roommate's VerturoLine Nespresso Machine

If you love amazing frothy espresso and coffee, 
this is your new best friend!
My favorite coffee flavor is: Melozio
My Favorite Espresso Flavor is: Voltesso
I don't even need to add milk or sugar, 
its amazing just the way it is! MMMMM


Trying new recipes with clean ingredients like this

Tomato, Mozzarella, and Basil Quinoa Salad

I plan to work on my fitness and my wellness. I don't want to feel like it's a punishment. Wellness can only be achieved when you take pride in treating your inside and outside with respect and love.  I aim to eat less processed foods and sugars. I want to get better at making salads and different types of meals.  


This guide is amazing!  I has a diet guide and daily circuit workouts.  I have been trying the workouts and have seen results.  I also like that it doesn't seem toooo hard but is still a challenge.  
To get the guide you can purchase from the link below
The 28 DAY JUMPSTART includes
* Easy-to-make recipes
* Tons of substitution options
* Grocery lists for each week
* Meal prep schedules
* Flat tummy eating
* Vegan, vegetarian & gluten-free friendly

* Beginner-friendly
* No gym required
* No equipment required
* Full body toning
* Burn more calories throughout the day

The Instagram feed offers new workouts all the time and it totally convinced me to get the 28 Day Jumpstart.  
It's pretty awesome.  Good Luck!

      HAPPY 2015! 
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