*serves 8
=210 calories per serve
(C10g |F10g | P20g)
  • 2 scoops Chocolate Shakeology Protein (PURCHASE HERE)
  • 250mL unsweetened Cashew Milk
  • 250g Low Fat 2% Greek Yoghurt
  • 0.25 cup Natural Creamy Peanut Butter
  • 1 Graham Cracker Pie Crust


  1. Combine yogurt, Shakeology, peanut butter, and cashew milk in a large bowl
  2. Mix well until it is even and smooth
  3. Pour pie mixture into pie crust
  4. Refrigerate for at least 1 hour, or until firm (store in freezer if needed)
  5. Cut into eight slices or use fun cookie cutters to create any shape you like!
  6. Serve whilst cold

  • chocolate shavings
  • reeces pieces
  • chocolate sauce
  • candy
  • whipped cream




MY 80 Day CHALLENGE STARTed LAST WEEK. With it brought a new TRAINING and nutrition program which gave me the opportunity TO RETHINK, REPLAN & REARRANGE MY EATING PLAN. so inevitably, my grocery shopPING LIST HAD TO CHANGE also! i’ve had the same list with my staple/ go-to foods on it for so long, i was nervous that this would mean an increase in my weekly shopping bill. 

Whilst getting the required nutrients and fitting in all my meals is super important to is the cost involved in eating and trying for success. I certainly don’t mind spending money on whole, clean & organic foods, but I need to make sure I am using the produce wisely so as to illiminate any unnecessary waste.

I am so pumped to be following a clearly STRUCTURED & TIMED nutrition plan, as it will allow me even better results than just training alone!


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“ROTTEN: The Truth is Hard to Swallow.”

Tell me you’ve heard about the new original documentary series from Netflix called Rotten? No? It’s about the business (and controversy) behind the food we eat!

It is a six-part series, with hour long episodes, that gives an insight into the groceries we are buying as consumers and where they originate from. It looks at how foods have changed over time and why we have a “warped” understanding of what is and is not healthy for us. It gives opinions as to why food allergies have escalated in the USA and why our “bee population” is now in the spotlight.

According to producers, the idea is to educate consumers about healthier and more responsible cuisine choices and about “doing the research” before just trusting what is written on a label or presented to us in the media.

“Rotten” became available on Netflix on January 5th – so be sure to check it out!

Are You Prepared for the Food You Eat?

Yesterday I was lucky enough to sit in on a Core Life Lesson at Core Life Eatery in Polaris. Core Life eatery is passionate about helping everyone take charge of their life through the food they eat. Once a month or so, Core Life hosts various local experts on food, health, fitness and wellbeing to create conversations about how great it feels to live a healthy lifestyle!  Yesterday’s CoreLife Lesson was led by Dr. Randy Wurts of InThrive Chiropractic! During his lecture, he spoke about how nerves, stress, and how we eat affects how the body uses food. It was not only an informational seminar but a wonderful reminder of how we can take charge of our health in all aspects of our life, INCLUDING THE HOLIDAYS, because after all…Health is a choice, not a chance!

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We work so hard everyday to improve our body and image, when we really should put as much time & focus on building a better attitude & mindset. When you remove negative influences and attitudes and focus on the positive, you open your mind to appreciate all the good things in your life, that might have otherwise gone unnoticed. Having a positive attitude can also reduce your stress levels, which will make you feel better in general.

But how can you have a positive disposition when you’re going through a rough patch in life? Having a positive attitude doesn’t come naturally for some & requires dedication, hard work & training to achieve it. But it’s worth it!

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5 Signs That You Need a Personal Trainer.

A personal trainer is an invaluable resource in reaching your HEALTH & fitness goals.

Most people consider personal trainers (PT’s) necessary for two groups of people: those who are new to the gym environment OR those interested in body building or competition prep. However, recruiting a PT either online or in person, could be the best decision you make towards reaching your fitness and health goals. A knowledgeable, dedicated and most importantly passionate PT could be all it takes to help you transform your body and mind and help push you in the right direction. Whether you train with him/her 3 times a week or once a month, everyone benefits from that added support, guidance and motivation.

Personal trainers can provide the following benefits:

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5 Reasons to Train with Resistance Bands.

    They essentially allow you to replicate cable -pulley movements at a fraction of the cost/ size/ accessibility etc. All you need to do is attach the band to a stationary object (or simply stand on it!) and pull to create resistance at the opposite end. The less lack in the band, the greater the tension and the harder the exercise will be. Resistance bands are versatile in that you can preform a wide range of exercises using them, hit various muscle groups and also modify the difficulty to suit limitations or provide challenges.
  2. They are PORTABLE.
    Unlike cables, resistance bands can be taken with you in your suitcase when traveling, used in a home gym, thrown into your gym bag and taken either to the gym or park or friends house…anywhere! They provide instant access to a workout!
  3. They are AFFORDABLE.
    For less than $50, you can find complete kits that provide a set of five colored tube style bands which would provide a variety of resistance/strengths. Some packages even come with detachable loops, handles, ankle straps etc.
  4. They are DURABLE.
    Quality bands can withstand over 20,000 stretches before they begin to lose elasticity. Under normal conditions, this is between 1-2 years of moderate use…for under $50, say what?
  5. The list of EXERCISES are ENDLESS.
    You can literally hit every muscle group with resistance bands and actually get a really good workout from bands and body weight alone. Don’t believe me? Put some of the following exercises to the test!


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Transformation Tuesday.

Today’s post is of a different kind. It doesn’t include a workout, a tip or piece of gym advice, nor is it a recipe or restaurant review. It is in fact, my own story. It is my journey of where I started, where I’ve been and where I’m at.  This incredible fitness journey so far has been filled with so much learning, new challenges, a new career, a hobby, a website, new motivation, rewards, new confidence, led me to meet so many new people- many of which have become my friends and most definitely a new life…and one for the better at that!

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