Happy Fall {Hockey Season} and the best healthy foods for the season!

Happy Hockey Season!


Ya see most people see this time of year as when Autumn starts….but in this family its when the travel season begins! I am in no way complaining, I love watching my son on the ice. I enjoy watching him grow and develop his skills. What I most enjoy is watching him prove how determined he can be and that he doesn’t give up no matter how many shots are hit at him (literally, he’s a goalie!)??

Recently we had the opportunity to play at a showcase up in Rhode Island, for the of you who don’t know, that’s my hometown area!


It was so special to see many of my family & friends attend some of the games. Camryn was shocked and

I think it really pumped him up for the big game….which we won by the way!!



Here he is blocking the puck!! GO JUNIOR!!! (That’s his hockey nickname, lol)




I decided this year to get a jump start on my fall decorating. It is, by the way, my favorite season of the year….this year it was still 80-90 degrees outside and I’m like….where should I place this pumpkin and leaves!!

The first day the temp dropped below 70 was perfect for a dress and boots kinda weather!









They may argue often and not have the same taste in hobbies, but it’s always a major MOM WIN when they support each other.

Do you have multiple children?

Do they argue, but love each other immensely?

Is this a “brotherly love” thing?




Have you ever wondered which foods are best when in season? Here is a list of many health-promoting foods for the next couple months provided by my friends over at positivehealthwellness.com



  • Broccoli
  • Mushroom
  • Pumpkin
  • Spinach
  • Sweet potatoes
  • Winter squash


  • Cranberries
  • Oranges
  • Pears
  • Pomegranates
  • Tangerines

Mushroom: if you’re vegetarian then you can get your selenium from mushrooms. They lower cholesterol levels, treats anemia, prevents breast cancer and prostate cancer. Mushroomsprevent diabetes, boost bone health, and help in nutrient absorption.

They optimize your immune system, lowers blood pressure, increases iron absorption and aid in weight loss.

Pears: With a sweet taste and a fibrous center, pears are excellent sources of antioxidants, flavonoids, and dietary fiber. They pack these all in a fat-free, cholesterol free, 100 calorie packages. Pears help in treating diverticulosis and aids in weight loss, They fight cardiovascular disease and cholesterol and lower risk of diabetes. Pears substantially supports digestion and helps in detox.




  • Broccoli
  • Cauliflower
  • Mushrooms
  • Sweet potatoes


  • Grapefruit
  • Oranges
  • Tangerines

Cauliflower: Described as a superfood cauliflower fights cancer, boosts heart health, provides anti-inflammatory benefits and increases your brain health. It provides detoxification support and promotes digestive health. Cauliflower is rich in vitamins and minerals. It provides exceptional antioxidant and phytonutrients benefits.



The beauty of being a virtual health coaching advocate is that I chose when I work and where I work and who I am going to work with. I’m gonna just say this right now..I LOVE my clients…they are the best!

Because I get asked often “What do you do” and because most people truly need my services, stay tuned for a post all about a day in the life of a health coach coming soon!!!


Have a fantastic Week!



The Ultimate List Of Healthy Seasonal Foods

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