PopSugar Must Have Box Review: May 2015

PopSugar Must Have Box Review - May 2015

I just received my May PopSugar Must Have Box! The inspiration behind the items for this month’s box were: glowing skin, Mother’s Day, fresh flowers, beach bum, colorful and California sun.

Not familiar with PopSugar Must Have Boxes? PopSugar Must Have Boxes are lifestyle subscription boxes geared towards women. The boxes include items related to beauty, fitness, fashion, home etc. In addition to their monthly box, they also offer Special Edition boxes which are variably priced and have a specific theme. To find out more about PopSugar Must Have Boxes and to sign up to get one of your own, click here to use my referral link.

Now let’s take a look at what came in the box!

Item #1: Sisters of Los Angeles Surf Sand Love Beach Towel

Sisters of Los Angeles Surf Sand Love Beach Towel - PopSugar Must Have Box May 2015

I am hoping that we will spend a lot of time at the beach this Summer and if that happens then this towel will get a lot of use. But even if we don’t become beach bums, the kids typically use beach towels after their showers because Chris and I greedily save the nice towels for ourselves. We are the parents, we can do that. ;)

On a side note, this beach towel retails for $40, that’s right 4 0! I personally would never pay $40 for a beach towel. The ones we have purchase typically fall around the $10 mark if memory serves me correctly. This towel does seem to be a bit fluffier than the ones that we have but still.

Retail Price: $40 

Item# 2: Middle Kingdom Mini Plum Vase in Coral Red

Middle Kingdom Mini Plum Vase in Coral Red - PopSugar Must Have Box May 2015

This bud vase is very cute and now has a home on my desk. PopSugar lists the retail value of the vase to be $20 but I did find a different colored one on Amazon for $17 but that’s not much of a difference in price.

Retail Value: $20

Item #3: Kitsch Tri’d & True Y-Shaped Necklace 

Kitsch Tri'd & True Y-Shaped Necklace  - PopSugar Must Have Box May 2015

I knew that this necklace was coming in the box as it was released as a spoiler. I don’t mind spoilers as it is fun to see one of the items and it helps to build the anticipation in my opinion. Unless of course you don’t care for the spoiler then that takes away the fun I suppose.

In this case, I was very excited to get the necklace as it is definitely me! Now that I finally have the necklace, I like it just as much in person and I can’t wait to wear it.

Retail Value: $32

Item #4: Sage & Row Bare Shave Cream

Sage & Row Bare Shave Cream - PopSugar Must Have Box May 2015

Shaving is my least favorite task but it must be done…. And thus I will definitely use this! Would I ever spend $17 on shave cream? Probably not. Unless it promised to shave away my hair forever. But that’s the fun of PopSugar! I get to try things that I normally wouldn’t purchase!

Retail Value: $17

Item #5: Batiste Dry Shampoo

Batiste Dry Shampoo - PopSugar Must Have Box May 2015

I am probably more excited about this dry shampoo than the average PopSugar subscriber. I’ve been wanting to try dry shampoo for a while but just hadn’t gotten around to it. I am thinking it may be the answer to my sweaty hair issue from my early morning workouts. Just don’t tell my co-workers that I don’t shower after those workouts. It’s our  little secret.

Retail Value: $4

Item #6: Hammond’s Candies McGraw’s Flat Taffy

Hammond's Candies McGraw's Flat Taffy - PopSugar Must Have Box May 2015

I love taffy and this taffy was delicious! And yes, it is already in my belly. It was research for the blog. I had to do it.

Retail Value: $1

Overall I really liked the items in this month’s box as I know that I will use everything that I received. I did however find the theme this month to be not as cohesive as other month’s but really that’s not a big deal to me.

My favorites from this month’s box are the necklace and the dry shampoo but again, everything will get used.

If you want more info on PopSugar Must Have Boxes or want to sign up to get one of your own, I would love it if you would use my referral link by clicking here.

What did you think of this month’s box?

Are you a PopSugar subscriber?

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My Signature Running Item

Headsweats Loudmouth Visor

I think every runner has that one item that they wear that becomes their signature running item. For me that signature item is a running visor. I am not sure when I started wearing visors but it has definitely been going on for many years because if you look back through my race recaps a common item you will see on me is a visor. Except in cold weather, of course. Even I have my limitations.

About a year ago I learned about Headsweats Visors and decided to give one a try. I selected a sparkly one that I would later use as part of my costume for the RunDisney Star Wars Race.

Disney Star Wars Race and Headsweats Visor

And guess what? I fell in love with Headweats! Not only did Headsweats fulfill my visor addiction but the visor was also very high quality. It kept the sweat out of my eyes and it came in a multitude of colors and patterns that satisfied the fashionista side of me!

Recently I was asked if I wanted to review an item from Headsweats newest line called the Loudmouth Collection. And while the collection has everything from hats to sweatbands I naturally gave a wholehearted yes when I saw their visors! And boy are they loud. If you do not want to stand out in a crowd the Loudmouth line is not for you. It is however for me because I say the louder the better!

Headsweats Running Visor

The Loudmouth Disco Balls visor that Headsweats was nice enough to send me was the same high quality visor that I was familiar with from my own purchase of their sparkly visor. I love the fun colors of my Loudmouth visor and I find myself reaching for it often when I head out for a run!

To see the Loudmouth visors or the other products in their line, click here. You won’t regret purchasing an item from Headsweats, they get my stamp of approval!

Do you wear any Headsweats items?

What is your signature running item?

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BerryCart Box Review

BerryCart Box Review April 2015

Thanks to the folks at BerryCart, I received the April BerryCart Box to review and share with you all!

Not familiar with the BerryCart Box? The BerryCart Box is a monthly subscription box that is full of healthy food and snacks! It costs $24.95 per month (with free shipping) and it includes 8-10 products in the box, 4 of which are full sized! Another unique feature of BerryCart is that you can earn cashback rebates when you buy any of the products from the box at your favorite stores. Earning the cashback rebates is simple. Just download the BerryCart app, purchase any or all of the items listed on your BerryCart info card and then scan the bar codes and receipts from your purchase into the app!

Ready to see what I got in my April box?

Item #1: Beanfields Bean & Rice Chips

Beanfields Bean & Rice Chips - BerryCart Box

This is one of the full sized items that I received in the box. They are dubbed as being healthy Doritos and while they tasted okay, they were not my favorite item from the box.

Item #2: I Heart Keenwah Quinoa Clusters

I Heart Keenwah Quinoa Clusters - BerryCart Box

This is the second full size item in the box and since I am not a fan of quinoa, it also was not a favorite. But I am sure lots of other people would find them tasty!

Item #3: Simple Squares

Simple Squares - BerryCart Box

This third size item in the box was a winner for me! I am a huge fan of coconut and this was super tasty! The only downside is that it was gone far too quickly. I’ll have to buy some and use the app to get my $1.00 cashback rebate!

Item #4: World Peas

World Peas - BerryCart Box

I haven’t tried these yet but I do like ranch so I am hopeful that they will be a good snack!

Item #5: Laughing Giraffe Organics Chocolate Snakaroons

Laughing Giraffe Organics Chocolate Snakaroons - BerryCart Box

OMG these are so good! They are easily my favorite item in the box. I am a bit of a chocolate fanatic and these satisfied my need for chocolate while still being a healthy snack.

Item #6: Ips Egg White Chips

Ips Egg White Chips - BerryCart Box

I had high hopes for these chips as I love white cheddar but I found the taste to be a bit bland.

Item #7: Manitoba Hemp Hearts

Manitoba Hemp Hearts - BerryCart Box

I haven’t opened these up yet but I have had these before so I already know that they will be good!

Item #8: Pyure Stevia

Pyure Stevia - BerryCart Box

I am probably one of the only people that hasn’t yet tried Stevia so I was excited to get some sample packets in the box!

Item #9: KUTOA Snack Bar

KUTOA Snack Bar - BerryCart Box

This was another one of my favorites (and the last full sized item) from the box! Very tasty and I loved knowing that every bar purchased helps to feed a child in need.

Overall I really enjoyed the BerryCart Box! I was introduced to some great healthy products and I love the cashback program offered through their app. In addition to offering cashback on all of the products in the box they also offered cashback on purchases of bananas! And while I don’t like bananas, B loves them so we always have them on hand.

Interested in trying BerryCart out for yourself? Click my referral link here to go to their website!

What item in my box would you be most interested in trying?

Have you tried BerryCart yet? What did you think of it?

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Up Next: Back to the Beach Half Marathon


Yep, it is another race weekend! Time seems to move much quicker now that the weather is warmer and my race calendar has more races on it.

I ran the Back to the Beach Half Marathon last year for the first time and I knew as soon as I ran it that I would be back again. The course for Back to the Beach is a great one! The race takes place at Stony Creek Metropark and a majority of the race is on trails. Ah be still my heart. :)

The volunteers at this race are excellent and the aid stations can’t be beat as one of them last year had orange slices and another had cold wet towels. Those little touches make all the difference.

The race swag last year was sweet as well. I received a tech shirt, a pint glass and a finishers medal. I am looking forward to adding to my Back to the Beach collection this year!

Like last year I am not fully trained for doing a half. With the new job, my workouts have been scaled back to almost none. But I can’t fully blame the new job either as I have only been there a few weeks now.

It is what it is and I plan to make the best of it and enjoy a great race. Chris will be there as well. He did the 10k last year but he decided to do the half this year. I think he was just jealous of my pint glass as that is for half marathon participants only.

Are you running or racing this weekend?

Do you have any other fun weekend plans?

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Breakfast At Tiffany’s Necklace Review

Breakfast At Tiffany's Necklace Review

One of my favorite ways to have fun with fashion is accessories!  And thanks to Tomoson and The Jewel Bar I recently received a beautiful accessory called the Breakfast At Tiffany’s Necklace.

As the name implies, the necklace is reminiscent of a more glamorous era. But despite it’s homage to a different time period, it is a timeless piece that is perfect for today. It is easily dressed up or down and it is a necklace  that you can be certain will be part of your accessories wardrobe for a long time.

The necklace also seems to be well made and durable which is important when spending money on accessories or anything really for that matter.

The necklace also comes with matching earrings but to be honest they are a bit big for my tastes. I know that some people like larger stones but I prefer my earrings to be daintier. But just because the earrings are not for me doesn’t mean that they are not for you.

Interested in adding the Breakfast At Tiffany’s Necklace to your accessory collection? Click here to go to the The Jewel Bar site to get more information on the Breakfast at Tiffany’s set or to check out their other great jewelry options!

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I Have A Disney Sized Secret!

Disney Wine and Dine Half MarathonI think it is finally time to let you in on a little secret that Chris and I have been keeping. Well, it not really a little secret. It is a giant Disney sized secret!

Chris and I will be running the Disney Wine and Dine Half Marathon in November!!

We signed up for the race a couple of months ago when registration first opened (and man did it sell out quickly!) but because I was unemployed at the time we decided that we weren’t going to make any official announcement about us doing it. Something just felt weird saying hey I just signed up for a Disney race but I don’t have a job right now. I did however add it to my 2015 race schedule here on my blog but nobody caught on to it. Or at least nobody said anything about it. I can’t believe that you all don’t constantly check for updates on my race schedule! ;)

We both had no doubt that I would have a job by November and we knew that this would be our best chance to attempt the Coast to Coast Challenge since we did the Star Wars race back in January. We have also heard great things about the race with most people saying that it is their favorite Disney race!

We’ve already decided on costumes for the race but I am going to make you wait for a bit before I reveal those. Stay tuned!

Have you ever participated in the Wine and Dine Race or another Disney Race?

I want to hear about it!

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Wantable Style Edit Review #1: May 2015

Wantable Style Edit Review Mayl 2015 - The Everyday Warrior

In case you haven’t already heard, Wantable just launched a Style Edit subscription box! It is very similar to Stitch Fix so naturally I couldn’t wait to try it out!

Not familiar with Wantable? They have several other subscription boxes in addition to their new Style Edit box. Those boxes include a make-up collection, an accessories collection, an intimates collections and a fitness edit box. I have not tried any of the others but I know people do like them.

As far as the Style Edit box goes there is a $20 monthly styling fee that is deducted from the cost of the items you keep. Like Stitch Fix you fill out a style profile and you are sent 5 items based upon your profile. The profile is a bit different than Stitch Fix as you can tell Wantable what you absolutely hate and then you will never get any items sent to you from your hate list. Unlike Stitch Fix you are not able to link your Pinterest account to your Wantable profile which I was a tad disappointed about as I think that can really help your stylist figure out what you like. But we will have to wait and see if it really does make any difference. Interested in signing up for the Wantable Style Edit box or any of their other subscription boxes? Click here to use my referral link to do so.

Ready to see what I got in my first Style Edit Box? ME. TOO.

Item #1: BB Dakota Striped Ponte Dress

BB Dakota Striped Ponte Dress - Wantable Style Edit

When I first saw this dress I thought it had a lot of potential as it looked figure flattering and you really can’t go wrong with black and white.

Wantable Style Edit - BB Dakota Striped Ponte Dress

After trying it on, I did like it but I didn’t feel like the dress was very flattering to the upper half of my body. I think it may have been because the neckline is so high. So although the dress was boyfriend approved, I decided that I wasn’t in love with it.

Status: Returned

Item #2: BB Dakota Ponte Shift Dress

BB Dakota Ponte Shift Dress - Wantable Style Edit

This dress isn’t something that I would normally pick out for myself so I wasn’t too sure what to think of it. That is however, the appeal of these subscription boxes for me, so I tried it on with an open mind.

Wantable Style Edit - BB Dakota Ponte Shift Dress

I didn’t mind the dress on me but I felt it may have been one size too big. If it had been a size smaller I may have actually considered keeping it. So it just goes to show that you should always try on everything you get in your subscription box even if you don’t think it is something you would like. I can’t tell you how many times I have seen people say they didn’t even try all the items on because they didn’t like the look of them. Why even bother getting a subscription box if you can’t keep an open mind and have fun with it??

Status: Returned

Item #3: BB Dakota Camo Printed Shift Dress

Wantable Style Edit - BB Dakota Camo Printed Shift Dress

I am sure you know by now that flowy dresses and flowy clothes in general are just not my thing. I love them on other people, just not me. So when I saw this dress I had a feeling that it wasn’t going to work for me.

BB Dakota Camo Printed Shift Dress - Wantable Style Edit

By itself the dress does nothing for me. With a belt though, it does look better as it gives it some structure and once I added a blazer I actually really like it. However, for $90 I expect the dress to be awesome on its own instead of being doctored up to look good. So even though I liked the dress with the blazer and the belt, I decided to send it back.

BB Dakota Camo Printed Shift Dress from Wantable Style Edit

BB Dakota Camo Printed Shift Dress

Status: Returned

Item #4: DEX New York Heather Top with Lace

Wantable Style Edit - DEX New York Heather Top with Lace

I have to admit that although I love getting dressed up, I am a t-shirt and jeans girl at heart. So when I saw this top I was pretty excited as it is a dressier version of the basic t-shirt!

DEX New York Heather Top with Lace - Wantable Style Edit

Once I put it on, I knew that it was a keeper. It looked great and felt great! What more could you want?

Status: Kept!

Item #5: French Connection Kara Stretch Top

Wantable Style Edit - French Connection Kara Stretch Top

I know Michigan takes a while to warm up in the Spring but even so I still thought this was an odd piece to get in a May box. It seems like something that would come in handy during the colder months.

French Connection Kara Stretch Top - Wantable Style Edit

Despite the top seeming like it was not right for the season, it was actually very comfy on and it felt well made. It did feel a bit big on me and perhaps a size smaller would have fit better. I also liked the top better from the front than from the back as the hi-low hem seemed like a very drastic hi-low.

French Connection Kara Stretch Top

Status: Returned

So what did I think of my first Wantable Style Edit? I think it has potential. When I first started getting Stitch Fix it took a couple of months for my stylist to get it right and even now I sometimes get boxes where I only keep one thing. It’s just part of the process in my opinion. I thought what I received was almost me and that is pretty darn good for a first box.

Ready to sign up for the Wantable Style Edit and try it out for yourself? Click here to use my referral link to do so because it makes me happy. 

What did you think of the items I got in my Wantable box?

Have you already tried the Wantable Style Edit box? What did you think?

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Stitch Fix Review #10: May 2015

Stitch Fix Review Mayl 2015 - The Everyday Warrior

I love starting out the month with a Stitch Fix shipment! And is it just me or do you also find it hard to believe that I am on month 10?! Crazy how fast time flies. I love thinking about all of the fabulous items that Stitch Fix has added to my closet over the past 10 months. Makes me so glad I finally took the plunge and signed up after considering it for several months prior.

In case you are not familiar with Stitch Fix, let me bring you up to speed. Stitch Fix is a monthly subscription service (although you don’t have to get one every month, you pick how often) that sends you clothes and accessories based on a style profile that you fill out. You can keep what you like and send back what you don’t. There is a $20 styling fee but if you keep any of the items, the $20 fee is deducted from the total purchase price of the item(s) you keep. If you keep all 5 of the items from your fix you receive a 25% discount on EVERYTHING. Basically it is like playing dress up as an adult…..and it is both fun and addicting! To sign up to get a fix of your own, click here to use my referral link!

Every month you can also leave a note for your stylist. So if you have an event that you need some clothes for or if you just have an idea of what kind of pieces you want to add to your wardrobe you can pass that information along!

This time around I told my stylist Diana, that I was still looking to build up my Spring / Summer wardrobe and that I was interested in a denim jacket and a petite sized maxi. Ready to see what Diana sent me? Let’s take a look!

Stitch Fix Stylist Note May 2015

Item #1: Liverpool Sally Cuffed Short

Stitch Fix Liverpool Sally Cuffed Short

Liverpool Sally Cuffed Short -  Stitch Fix -  The Everyday Warrior

When I first pulled these shorts out of the box I thought that they looked huge although they were tagged with the size that I would normally buy. They also looked a bit like a bad pair of “Mom” shorts. No offense to those that like the shorts or to Moms as I am a Mom but you guys know what I am talking about right??

Liverpool Sally Cuffed Short Stitch Fix

Once I tried them on my opinion did not change. They were much too big on me and I felt very Mommish and not in a good way. I am sure someone else can pull them off a lot better than I can but they are just not for me.

Status: Returned

Item #2: 41Hawthorn Iris Striped A-Line Skirt

Stitch Fix 41Hawthorn Iris Striped A-Line Skirt

41Hawthorn Iris Striped A-Line Skirt - Stitch Fix

This has been a very popular skirt amongst Stitch Fixers as I have seen it in a lot of reveals either in this color or a pink color. From the pictures that I have seen I didn’t think I would be interested in the skirt because the material appeared to be a thin cotton making it a purely casual piece but the fabric is actually much thicker and durable so I was pleasantly surprised!

41Hawthorn Iris Striped A-Line Skirt - Stitch Fix - The Everyday Warrior

I love the skirt on me. The fit is good, the colors are perfect and the icing on the cake is that the skirt has POCKETS! Yes, I just yelled that because pockets are such a rare find in skirts and dresses and they are a cause for celebration! Another great part of the skirt is that I can wear it as casual wear or dress it up with a blazer and wear it to work. This skirt is definitely a winner!

Stitch Fix - 41Hawthorn Iris Striped A-Line Skirt

Status: Kept!

Item #3: Liverpool Kolten Denim Jacket

Stitch Fix Liverpool Kolten Denim Jacket

I asked Diana for a denim jacket and she sent me one! I am so grateful that she always reads my notes and pays attention to my Pinterest board. I really couldn’t ask for a better stylist, she spoils me. But back to the jacket.

Liverpool Kolten Denim Jacket - Stitch Fix

Liverpool Kolten Denim Jacket - Stitch Fix May

The jacket is super soft and has some stretch to it. And although I do like it on me, I don’t see myself reaching for it often enough to justify the $98 price tag. So despite Diana’s best intentions this jacket will be going back.

Status: Returned

Item #4: Papermoon Rosen Sheer Detail Blouse

Stitch Fix Papermoon Rosen Sheer Detail Blouse

I immediately fell in love with this top as soon as I saw it. I love the colors and the detailing and started planning ways I could wear it both at work and in my non-work life.

Papermoon Rosen Sheer Detail Blouse - Stitch Fix

Sadly the top did not fit me. It was tad too snug which is odd since it is the same size as all the other tops I have received from Stitch Fix. This brand or shirt must just run small. In my June fix I plan to ask Diana for this shirt in a size larger or a shirt similar to it. I realize that I could contact customer service to see if I could do a trade but I have never had any luck with that and it’s not like I am keeping all 5 items where I need to get the shirt so I can get the discount. I’ll just cross my fingers that I can get it in a bigger size next month.

Status: Returned

Item #5: Skies are Blue Ross Halter Dress

Stitch Fix Skies are Blue Ross Halter Dress (1)

Skies are Blue Ross Halter Dress - Stitch Fix

The color of this dress immediately caught my eye but the shape of it made me a bit cautious as flowy clothes don’t typically flatter my shape very well.

Skies are Blue Ross Halter Dress - Stitch Fix - The Everyday Warrior

And as I expected, once I tried it on, the color was great but the dress was too shapeless for my tastes and body shape.

Status: Returned

Although I only kept one item this month, I am still pleased with my fix. I definitely would have kept the Papermoon top if it had fit me and the denim jacket and halter dress were almost something I would have been interested in. Not to mention, Stitch Fix just isn’t about getting 5 pieces that I love every month, it is about the experience of having someone else style me and trying items that I wouldn’t normally pick out for myself. As I mentioned at the start of my post, Stitch Fix has been a great way to build my wardrobe and I would definitely recommend it if you haven’t already tried it!

Ready to get your own fix? Click HERE to sign up for Stitch Fix through my referral link. It makes me happy when you do!

Want to see my past fixes? Click on the links below.

Stitch Fix #1: August 2014

Stitch Fix #2: September 2014

Stitch Fix #3: October 2014

Stitch Fix #4: November 2014

Stitch Fix #5 December 2014

Stitch Fix #6: January 2015

Stitch Fix #7: February 2015

Stitch Fix #8: March 2015

Stitch Fix #9: April 2015

What did you think of my fix this month?

What would you have kept?

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Nadine West Review: April 2015

Remember last month when I told you about the Nadine West MyChoice Program? Well, that didn’t happen this month with my shipment so I am not exactly sure how that program works. This month I received a total surprise package so maybe they only offer the MyChoice Program if you have had a couple of months in a row where you have sent everything back? That’s just my guess. If you happen to have the details on the MyChoice Program, I would love some clarification.

And just in case you are not familiar with Nadine West, Nadine West is similar to Stitch Fix (and you all know how much I LOVE Stich Fix) but it dubs itself as being a more affordable alternative. Each month in your Nadine West package you will receive three clothing and / or accessory items based on your style profile. A perk of Nadine West is that there is no monthly styling fee, instead you just pay for the items that you decide to keep and send back (with free shipping) the items you do not like. It’s a no risk way to try out the subscription box craze to see if it is right for you!To learn more about Nadine West or to sign up, click here to use my referral link.

Ready to see what I got this month?

Before we get to the items, I have to mention that I hastily mailed back my returns with the packing slip before jotting down the names of the items so unfortunately I do not have the official names for this post.  I blame it on my starting a new job frenzy that I have been in lately. You understand, right?

Item #1: Pink Crochet Detail Blouse

Nadine West Pink Blouse

I immediately loved the color of this top as well as the crochet detailing on the sleeves. To me it just screamed happy and fun. I was concerned however that it would be a bit too flowy for me as I tend to like tops more fitted.

Nadine West Review

Once I put it on I was happy that I actually did like that fit of it. And while the top is a bit sheer, with a tank top under it I can still wear it to work and use it for casual wear. I love clothing items that can pull double duty!

Status: Kept!

Item #2: Heart Earrings

Nadine West Heat Earrings

These earrings  just didn’t excite me and I couldn’t see myself wearing them often. So back they went.

Status: Returned

Item #3: Bar Necklace

Nadine West Necklace

I wasn’t a fan of the necklace either. Just not my style and not of good quality either, in my opinion.

Status: Returned

Overall I was happy with my shipment this month because of the shirt. I do prefer their MyChoice Program that they offered to me in March over the complete surprise package but I will continue to get Nadine West regardless because there is no styling fee and thus there is really no risk to me.

Want to get your own Nadine West package? Click here to sign up using my referral link.

Want to see my past Nadine West shipments? Click on the links below.

Nadine West Review #1: September 2014

Nadine West Review #2: October 2014

Nadine West Review #3: March 2015

What did you think of what I received this month?

Have you tried Nadine West yet?

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Lorna Jane Fit Challenge Review

This post is sponsored by Lorna Jane through Fit Approach. All opinions are my own. 

Lorna Jane Fit Challenge Review - The Everyday Warrior

I just finished up the Lorna Jane Fit Challenge! Hard to believe that 90 days has already gone by!

Overall I really enjoyed the program. I think it is something that everyone regardless of fitness level can get something out of. I especially enjoyed Phase 2 and Phase 3 of the program the most as they were more accelerated than Phase 1.

I think the program is a good value as well. As a refresher,  the cost of the program is $100 and it includes the 12 week Move Guide, Clean and Simple Eating Book, a Lorna Jane inspirational tank, MNB Ultimate Fit Girl, and membership to Active Living Rewards.

I incorporated the LF Fit Challenge program into my running schedule so I used it a bit differently than intended. For the most part it was what I used for my cross training days. And although I did enjoy the program, I have to admit that by Phase 3 I was really starting to miss using weights for my cross training. The LJ Fit Challenge uses your own body weight which still gives an excellent workout and it makes it inexpensive and easy to do anywhere but I am accustomed to my cross training workouts being weight focused so it was something I was eager to get back to. I would love to see Lorna Jane come out with a follow up program that includes weight training into the challenge! That would be the best of both worlds!

Want to join in on the challenge too? It is not too late! You can start the Lorna Jane Fit Challenge any time. Click here to get more info and to sign up.

Have you done the Lorna Jane Fit Challenge?

What did you think of it?

If you haven’t done it, is it something that interests you?

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