Fitbit Versa Review, Quinn’s Favorite Meals & What Happened With Designed to Fit

Hi, friends! Happy Sunday and happy Father’s Day to all of the dads out there!

Here’s the next edition of the CNC Instagram Live series. If you missed the video on Thursday (and Friday), here it is for your viewing pleasure!

In this episode, I talk about:

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  1. Are the glass straws ok for hot coffee? I tried the stainless steel ones but they just didn’t feel right with hot coffee

  2. No video in this post for me either. Using Chrome. Not that I can watch videos at work when I’m usually reading blogs anyway….

  3. You got me into those glass straws, Tina. We use them daily and now feel “guilty” when we are out and use a plastic straw. we are indeed saving the environment by switching to glass in our households so a little prevention (in dumping all of that plastic into our environment/ends up in the ocean) goes a long way. As a long time reader and fan, I’m happy you explained the Designed to Fit situation. One minute you’re endorsing it and the other, you are directing us to this other endeavor, so thanks for clarifying. I wish you the best in the new business.
    On another note, I have a blog topic that I’d love to read about; it’s one that sneaks in and sabotages all my great intentions and efforts into healthy eating and staying fit. It’s emotional/picky eating; picking on food around the table after I eat or while cooking or preparing lunches or standing up in the kitchen because there is a bag of nuts or (healthy) chips laying around. Most of the time I have it under control, but it’s always out there and I’m teaching my daughters who are lean and healthy to do the same, focus on one snack a day – put it in a ramekin or small bowl instead of eating it out of the bag, etc.So, it probably goes under the heading of mindful eating — or mindless eating/picking. I’d love to hear how you combat that. Thanks

  4. (I had to tell my browser to stop blocking them to get them to work.) Also- you go girl! I think it’s great that you two can part ways amicably and pursue new goals. I’ve been involved with huge undertakings like that, and when it was time to go- I was relieved, but valued the lessons learned so much. You seems much more free and lighter with the invigorating winds of new projects!

  5. Thank you Tina for answering my question about what Quinn likes to eat for meals, you provided some great ideas. (I forgot about hummus and fish sticks, trader joes has some great fish sticks I forgot about!) And you have the right mindset about just keep trying!

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