Jenna Wolfe’s Thinner in 30 Book Giveaway!

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I recently reviewed Jenna Wolfe’s Thinner in 30 book. It really should be titled “Healthier in 30” or “Better in 30” because although weight-loss is a component, it really emphasizes overall health and self-improvement and strength, which of course we love. Jenna takes “getting healthy” from an all-or-nothing approach to a manageable reality. She breaks it down into baby steps to help you incorporate healthy habits every day that build up to something great. (The approach is very familiar!)

As moms, getting healthy or losing weight can be daunting. It’s hard in the new-baby days and even through the toddler years to have any time to focus on ourselves. When days off from working out turn into weeks and months, or even years, it can be struggle to get back into active habits or even know where to start. If you’re reading this thinking, “That sounds like me!” comment below to enter to win one of two copies of the book that we’re giving away. You’ll be back on track in no time.

Just tell me what you find to be your biggest challenge when it comes to getting more active and consider yourself entered to win. Winners will be notified in about a week. U.S. residents only, please. —Erin

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  1. My greatest challenge when it comes to working out regularly is making the time. I know I need to wake up earlier to do it, but dragging myself out of bed is tough!

  2. My biggest challenge getting back into the habit it realizing that I have to make time. As a busy mom of two I am always on the run. Whether it be to my kids events, my own job or my volunteer activities, it is hard to get it all in and make sure I am getting enough sleep etc. While I use to workout out all the time, I got out of the routine and it is very hard to get back into it. I have to realize that hour a day is for me and in the end for my family to make sure I am healthy and around for a long time. But, getting back at it is very hard to do.

  3. I have trouble getting everything lined up…I can get my eating straightened out but my activity level sinks, or I cut back on sugar but my sodium increases, etc. Having healthy habits broken into small chunks that can build on each other seems like an effective way to help me get myself on track for once and for all!