6.21 Friday Faves

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Hi friends! How are you? Happy Friday to ya! What’s going on this weekend? P has a basketball game, some friends are having a party, and Liv and I have a fun volunteer event. I’m planning on a Sculpt Society workout between the adventures. I hope you have a happy weekend ahead!

It’s time for the weekly Friday Faves party! This is where I share some of my favorite finds from the week and around the web. I always love to hear about your faves, too, so please shout out something you’re loving in the comments section below.

(the brisket king! We had fam over last weekend and made brisket, smoked chicken legs, salad, and my new favorite fruit tart – recipe coming next week)

6.21 Friday Faves

Read, watch, listen:

We took the crew to see Inside Out 2 and it was so good! It was better than I was expecting and we’d see it again.

Highly recommend this podcast episode.

Taking all of the parenting hacks I can get. 

Don’t forget to listen to this week’s podcast episode here!

Fitness, health, and good eats:

Olive Mush! I was waiting for this to be back in stock and snagged it up the second it was back. I can’t do regular caffinated coffee (I’ve been drinking decaf for years), and this is a great coffee alternative with 100% olive leaf/hydroxytyrosol, organic cacao, mediterranean herbs and functional mushrooms. It tastes chocolate-y and spiced (almost like a chai) and I love it with almond milk.

I’m a huge fan of adaptogens and functional mushrooms, and this is a great way to get in these superfoods with the benefits of olive leaf/hydroxytyrosol. You can get yours here!

Runnnnn to Costco for this meat! It has simple ingredients and is a great easy protein sour

163: Autoimmune, Lyme, and gut health with Dr. Casey Kelley, MD

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Hi friends! I have a new podcast episode live and today, I’m chatting with Dr. Casey Kelley.

163: Autoimmune, Lyme, and gut health with Dr. Casey Kelley, MD

Here are some of the things we talk about:

How to prevent and treat tick-borne disease

The autoimmune diseases impacting more than 24 million Americans, and recommendations for stabilizing and potentially reversing the course of these diseases

Steps for detoxing in an inherently toxic world

Gut health

and so much more.

Here’s more about Dr. Casey and her background:

Since the beginning of her medical career, Dr. Casey Kelley, M.D. continually asked questions about health, longevity, and healing that conventional medicine didn’t answer. Seeking those answers, she began studying Functional Medicine to complement her traditional medical studies. Utilizing this multi-disciplinary approach, Dr. Kelley has been at the forefront of Integrative Medicine, devoting her career to treating patients in a highly personalized manner that focuses as much on overall health and wellness as it does on specific issues and diagnoses.

Board Certified in Family Medicine, Dr. Kelley was among the first physicians to add a board certification in Integrative Medicine as well. She has studied the causes, effects, and treatments of Lyme Disease extensively, and lectures nationally on this and other topics.

Dr. Kelley graduated from The Ohio State University College of Medicine and completed her residency in Family Medicine at St. Joseph Hospital in Chicago. She is a ten-year member of the Institute of Functional Medicine (IFM), a Treasurer of The International Lyme and Associated Disease Society (ILADS), and is a Founding Member of the Academy of Integrative Health and Medicine (AIHM). Dr. Kelley is on the faculty at the Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University.

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Gadgets I tried at the Biohacking Conference (and things you can do at home)

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Sharing some of the best gadgets I tried at the Biohacking Conference, plus some things you can do at home. 

Hi friends! I hope that you’re having a wonderful week! Liv and I are getting our nails done (P is at camp) and we’ll all be swimming and hanging out today.

For today’s post, I wanted to share some of my favorite new products I tried at the Biohacking conference, plus some things you can do at home.

Gadgets I tried at the Biohacking Conference

The Tech Wonderland at the Biohacking Conference was literally a WONDERLAND. It was packed with so many amazing things, like saunas, red light, PEMF, IV infusions, coffee, food, supplements, cold plunges – basically anything you could ever want for your at-home health routine.

I was there with my friend Giselle, and we had a blast trying and doing all the things.

Here are some of my favorite things we tried:


The BallancerPRO is a state-of-the-art lymphatic drainage massage system designed to improve circulation, reduce swelling, and enhance overall body contouring. Utilizing advanced compression technology, it works by gently applying pressure to different parts of the body, promoting lymphatic flow and the removal of toxins. Regular use of BallancerPRO can lead to improved skin tone, reduced cellulite, and a boost in overall energy levels.


Cera is a high-tech wellness device focused on enhancing brain function and mental clarity. CERA is the first FDA-listed device to support the Gut-Brain Axis with photobiomodulation. It can stimulate brain activity, improve focus, and can support cognitive health. Users often experience benefits such as reduced stress, better sleep quality, and enhanced mental performance after consistent use of the Cera devices, which you can use for gut and brain wellness.

Pure Wave

Pure Wave is a VEMI (Vibroaccoustic eletromagnetic infrared) biosynchronizer bed designed to promote relaxation, reduce stress, and enhance overall well-being. By emitting electromagnetic waves that interact with the body’s cells, the Pure Wave bed helps to improve cellular health, boost mood, and support recovery. Regular sessions on the Pure Wave bed can lead to deeper meditation, better sleep, and a heightened sense of calm and balance.

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OneSkin review and if it’s worth the price

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Sharing my thoughts on OneSkin; a new line of products I’ve tried. I’m excited to share my review with you! You can browse everything here and use FITNESSISTA15 for 15% off! 

Hi friends! How are you? I hope you’re enjoying the day and that you had a lovely weekend.

For today’s post, I wanted to share something new that I’ve tried recently: OneSkin. I’m always interested in trying new skincare brands, and when I found out about this during the Biohacking Conference, I was intrigued.

OneSkin is a brand that has been gaining attention for its science-backed approach to skincare, particularly in anti-aging. Today I wanted to chat about what OneSkin is all about, highlight some of their top products, discuss the costs, and weigh the pros and cons.

OneSkin review and if it’s worth the price

What Is OneSkin?

OneSkin is a biotechnology company focused on developing skincare solutions that target the root causes of skin aging at the molecular level. The brand’s mission is to extend skin health and longevity by reducing the biological age of the skin. Founded by a team of scientists with expertise in stem cell research, OneSkin combines cutting-edge research with high-quality ingredients to create products that promote healthier, more youthful skin.

I was able to hear founder Carolina Oilveira speak at the Biohacking Conference, and she was amazing! She talked about habits for healthy skin and how the OneSkin technology worked. They use what they’ve dubbed OS-01, which is a novel peptide that targets senescent cells. Dr. Cabral refers to these types of cells as “zombie cells,” as they cause oxidation, which in turn leads to inflammation and accelerated again.

Top Products

OneSkin offers a range of products designed to address various aspects of skin aging. I was definitely interested in trying the body products, like the SPF moisturizer and the body lotion.

Here are some of their standout offerings:

1. OS-01 Face

The flagship product, OS-01 Face, is a topical supplement designed to improve skin health and appearance. It contains the OS-01 proprietary peptide that targets senescent cell

6.14 Friday Faves

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Hi friends! How are you? The weekend is heeere! What do you have going on? We have some plans with friends and are looking forward to celebrating our favorite guy on Father’s Day. I’d love to hear what you have going on!

Huge congrats to the winners of last week’s giveaway:




Check your inboxes and I’ll get your prizes on the way 🙂

It’s time for the weekly Friday Faves party! This is where I share some of my favorite finds from the week and around the web. I always love ot hear about your faves, too, so please shout out something you’re loving in the comments section below.

(Flower Child date with the crew)

6.14 Friday Faves

Read, watch, listen:

Why did the Moana 2 trailer make me emotional lol.

YOU GUYSSSSSS. I started this… and wow. Booktok did not lie. I don’t know why I fought it for so long, but I’m immersed.

Solo meal ideas.

The big impact we don’t realize we make every day. 

An excellent podcast about breast cancer screening methods.

Fitness, health, and good eats:

Totally making these two huge cookies for the girls. 

How to be a polite group fitness participant.

Blackberry pie bars with oat crumble crust. 

Why cardio is still important.

Got these water bottles for the girls and they’re so good! I love that they don’t leak. I’m going to order one for travel because my hydroflask always leaks, and the Stanley is too huge (and makes a giant mess).

What’s the difference between Orangetheory and F45?

Fashion + beauty:

Been loving this comfy Rails dress. This is one of my favorite brands and they always have great fabric and quality.

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