Kelli Careathers

Kelli Careathers
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Hi! My name is Kelli, I am a mama bear to one daughter, her name is Adrianna! My family and I live in East Lansing and are a true Spartan family! I am a health and wellness coach, who works with women daily to empower them to live their best lives and be their support along their journey. In my spare time I love to workout, cook and catch up on my DVR shows!

Happy Heavenly Mother’s Day, Mom

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I dreaded writing this post for one main reason: the topic is about my mom. I knew when I signed up to talk about how I get through another Mother's Day without my mom,...

Navigating the Pre-Tween Years

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I spent a lot of time in the newborn phase waiting for the next big thing to happen. I couldn't wait for her to sleep through the night. For her to be able to...

The Best Margaritas In + Around Lansing

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February 22 is National Margarita Day, and it arrives at just the right time. The cold, gray, winter months in Michigan have us longing for an escape. I admit, before writing this post I...

Soup Season is Here

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Winter season is my cozy season. And for me, cozy season means soup season. There is nothing better than warming up on a cold night with a warm bowl of soup. Having soup for...

Setting Realistic New Years Goals

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New Year - New Me! Does anyone else feel this at the beginning of a new year? Around December 31, you sit down and think about what did or did not happen in the...

Tips for Easy Holiday Hosting

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Holiday hosting can be so fun yet so overwhelming at the same time. About five years ago when we moved into our house I decided to host Thanksgiving for my family. I was so...

Setting Boundaries During the Holidays

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As a child, I remember the holiday season being the best time ever. I was with all of my cousins and surrounded by all of my family. We played games, ate all of the...

Tips for a Gluten and Dairy Free Thanksgiving

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I love everything about Thanksgiving: football, family, the start of the holiday season, and especially the food. Five years ago, I became gluten and dairy free. When Thanksgiving rolled around the first year I...

Adopted and Proud to Be!

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I was adopted at six week old. My biological parents were fifteen and sixteen when they got pregnant with me. They were just teenagers at the local high school. Young, innocent, and having to...

Mommy Needs a Timeout

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I always thought being a mom meant putting myself last on the priority list. I thought I needed to do all of the things, go to bed late, get up early, and be super...