Weekly sparks

by purelytwins

Highlights of our week and shout outs to our purely twins community.

weeklysparks

Highlights from our week: 

cute baby pic

Nothing beats this little face.

Hope she brings a smile to  your face like she does ours everyday.

mom daughter laughing

#blessed

testing recipes

We were busy this week with recipe testing. As we have mentioned before we are updating our purely classic recipes cookbook with new grain-free flours! Almost done!

chocolate chip cookies

Chocolate chip cookies made with plantain flour.

grain free donuts

Donuts made with tiger nut flour.

scones

Cinnamon raisin scones made with chestnut flour.

all pink baby clothes

In the midst of all the baking this week there was lots of play time.

laughing madison

We even enjoyed some days outside!

oakley sunglasses and mini mouse

The weather has been great here…most days.

carrot cake

Ended the week with one of our favorites from our cookbook carrot cake!!

madison and jax

Their bond is starting to form. #love

plantain and tahini

Michelle has been enjoying plantains this week!! Topped with tahini of course, one of our favorite ways to eat plantains is to stuff them with goodies.

As she mentioned in this video she had been avoiding them for many many months and now with her skin doing better it was time to try foods again.  So far so good!

purely fit life workout

Get ready purely fit sisters a new workout video coming next week to the club.

We wore our lift heavy things tanks as we worked hard with our 20 minute kettlebelll workout.

Purely Fit Life and Purely Twins Community shout outs:

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Love seeing you guys make our recipes and sharing them on instagram!!

LOVE YOU ALL

purelyfitsister

Love seeing our purely fit sisters working hard!! xoxoxo Ruth you are doing amazing!!

Comment love:

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Love for coconut flour cookies, DR workouts, marshmallows and plank workouts!!

Love reading your comments!

From around the internet:

Sorry guys we have not been reading much on the internet this past week. We have been working on some business things which we will share all about in PluggedIN.

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New blog post in the purely fit life club area: come and join the purely fit Life Movement to continue to encourage and inspire all our purely fit sisters. Quick and effective at home workouts for women.

  • New weekly workout schedule
  • New workout for post partum schedule
  • Our personal eats March 9th
  • New workouts
  • Weekly MANTRA
  • Post Parum update from Lori
  • Update from Michelle diet and supplements

xo

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2 comments

Sara G March 16, 2015 - 8:02 am

Hi Lori and Michelle,

First off, thank you for such a great blog! As someone who’s been dealing with undiagnosed stomach/intestinal issues for over a decade (so frustrating), it’s been really great to have your blog as a resource for new ideas and support.

I was wondering if you could address how you keep a food/symptom journal. I’ve started and stopped journaling about my gut issues numerous times but always get overwhelmed. Because I have numerous issues that I THINK stem from my gut (hormonal stuff, a little bit of anxiety/depression, etc.) it’s hard to keep straight what may be helping one thing but not another. It’s also hard to keep all of the food straight, i.e.: My stomach feels better today, is that because of the banana I ate yesterday afternoon? Or is the oatmeal I’ve had for breakfast for the past week helping? Or is it just a crazy fluke and will be back to hurting again tomorrow?

It sounds like you’ve had a lot of success keeping track of your food and your symptoms, so any pointers about what you focus on, whether certain journaling methods have made the process easier for you, even how you format your journal would be so appreciated.

Thanks again for providing such a great blog!

Sara

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purelytwins March 16, 2015 - 10:06 am

Awesome question Sara we will address this!!

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