Several years ago, I read in Nancy Campbell’s Above Rubies magazine that two of her daughters, Serene and Pearl, were collaborating to write a book.
The topic? How these two mamas stay so healthy, energetic, and trim! Naturally, I was interested in what these gals had to say!
That was about five years ago, and I finally got my hands on Serene and Pearl’s brand new book, Trim Healthy Mama. Chances are, you’ve been seeing it all over the internet… and for good reason!
Along side Shoshanna’s Making Babies series, Trim Healthy Mama is one of the BEST resources for women’s health I’ve ever seen.
I received my copy of Serene and Pearl’s book in the mail just last week and I eagerly dove into the recipes. My family is loving the meals SO MUCH that I decided to give us all a little challenge:
30 days of eating the Trim Healthy Mama Way
I want to get rid of a little post-pregnancy “bulk”
I want to boost my metabolism and increase energy levels
I want to cook balanced, healthy, hearty meals for my husband
I want to introduce my children to healthy, delicious, sugar-free foods
I want to learn new delicious low-carb recipes
I want to help my sister stabilize her blood sugar
From the reviews I’ve read from other mamas, I fully expect to get these results (and more!) from Trim Healthy Mama recipes.
If any of my goals ring a bell with you, why don’t you join me in my thirty day challenge?
If you already own a copy of Trim Healthy Mama, then you’re all set to go! If not, grab the book from Amazon so you can get started.
If you want to join my Trim Healthy Mama Challenge, grab the button code below and slap it on your sidebar, link up your blog, and leave me a comment.
(If you’re not a blogger, you’re welcome to join too; just leave me a comment and let me know you’re on board!)
This will give us all a little accountability, plus it’s just fun knowing others are up for the challenge too!
I’ll be back every Monday during the month of June with an update and pictures of our family’s favorite Trim Healthy Mama recipes of the week.
Let’s do this together!
Kristy Howard is a pastor’s wife, second-generation homeschooling mom of five, and a passionate believer in friendship, coffee, and quiet time! Kristy writes about motherhood, ministry and life at KristysCottage.com.