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Sometimes being a mother and partner takes up the time we would like to spend on ourselves.  Currently, I am struggling with that.  If you follow my personal blog, The Talbert Zoo, you will know that my family and I will be experiencing some major changes in the near future and it has caused a lot of excitement and tension for me. I have been focused on this and have neglected myself. Usually I opt for a run at least three days a week and do a full body workout with weights once or twice a week.  I also take an range of vitamins and supplements every single day.  I have a pill box which I fill with two weeks worth of supplements frequently so I don’t forget to take them all. But, these past few weeks have been busy and I am failing to take care of myself.  This is humiliating and I know that I ought to not let the tension of life take over.  But, alas, it has.  I haven’t filled my pill case in over two weeks and my last workout was in May.  It is June 5.  I should get my butt back in gear.  I think we all go through these dry spells when taking care of our health. It is so easy to forget about ourselves when others demand much more of our attention.  With summer getaway for my kids in less than a week I am going to try harder to make time for myself.  How do you prioritize your “me-time?”  how much “me-time” do you set aside each week? 

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Visit every Friday and link up to your fitness Friday post or any post fitness related.

Put our fitness Friday button somewhere on your blog (code is above) or blog post and invite your readers to join us every Friday.

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Visit the other blogs linking up here and the other blogs that co-host fitness Friday every week.

Our talented co-hosts:Chandra Sullivan – Spark Your MotivationTere Scott – Teachable Scott Tots HomeschoolDanielle Nabozny – Lip Gloss and yoga PantsLisa Belanger – Inspire Me WellMaryann Mitchell – It’s Not Food, It’s MeAngela Barnets – fit PersonifiedWendi Barker – Wendi’s book CornerLacey Baker – love Lacey 365

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About Our Founder

Cascia Talbert is a busy blogger,  and mother of five children, living in Spokane, WA. With a B.A. in history and law and a passion for writing and staying healthy, she started The healthy mothers Magazine in 2007. The healthy mothers magazine is currently ranked the top health blog for moms. Ms. Talbert believes that if mothers are well educated on health issues and how to stay healthy, they can pass that information down to their children and reverse the childhood obesity statistics in the U.S.

Ms. Talbert  runs the Healthy mothers Social Network, is the founder of Healthy mothers Media, and also blogs at You can follow her on, and

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