Wow wow wow! Kaitie Purssell is back in the kitchen impressing us with her INCREDIBLE meal prep! This time the mum-of-two has made 50 freezable meals from the 28 Day Weight Loss Challenge and it cost her under £55– that works out at just over £1 per serving!
If you’ve got access to a decent spice cupboard at home, you don’t need to buy curry paste to make a hearty curry like this one from the 28 Day Weight Loss Challenge. It’s curry meets satay in this dish, packed full of warming spices to fill even the hungriest […]
Kaire Konton-Smith, a busy mum of 2 from Scotland, has successfully lost 14lb thanks to the 28 Day Weight Loss Challenge. And Kaire is PUMPED about February’s 15 Minute Meal Prep theme for the 28 Day Weight Loss Challenge, as it helps her get food on the table FAST. Kaire […]
‘Success’ on our 28 Day Weight Loss Challenge plans isn’t just defined by weight loss alone. We LOVE sharing great news like this. After years of suffering, Healthy Mummy Elizabeth says she hasn’t had any migraines or anxiety attacks since joining the 28 Day Weight Loss Challenge. Elizabeth came across the […]
Unfortunately, a lot of women that are trying to lose weight on the 28 Day Weight Loss Challenge suffer from low self-esteem, which can often leave them vulnerable to depression, emotional eating and maladaptive thinking. While there may be various causes to your low self-esteem, you can start dismantling the layers of self-loathing you have felt for so long to appreciate and eventually be comfortable with who you are.
If you want to get started on the 28 Day Weight Loss Challenge, or you’re powering through on your weight loss journey already – you’re in the right place!
We’ve got FIVE mums here who are following the 28 Day Weight Loss Challenge right now who want to share their progress with you, in the hope that it will keep you motivated.
Here’s a good way to encourage your kids to help out with the housework – tell them if they do it, it will help them reach their goals. Scratching your head? Well, according to a recent study, children who help around the house with chores are better at maths and science than those who don’t help out.