Hello Rebbl

Happy Tuesday!

I love finding convenient and healthy treats on the go. This summer, I got the chance to try drinks by Rebbl and fell in love!

When I find healthy foods I want to share, I look at more than the ingredients. I look at the reason for creating a product and the story behind the package.

After looking at the company’s website, I read about their product’s philosophy and their standards include-

  • True taste
  • Organic 
  • Fair trade 
  • Real ingredients 
  • Efficacy 
  • Driving Impact 

“At the end of the day, they sell elixirs to inspire healthy living, but they go further with their passion by driving impact…It is our calling to fight human trafficking through impact sourcing and supply chain in partnership with the non-profit Not For Sale. In doing so, we must address climate change, which is inextricably linked to human trafficking. This helps to protect vulnerable communities from ever being trafficked.  In addition, we donate 2.5% of the net sales of every bottle sold to Not For Sale to rehabilitate those who’ve already been affected.”

Amazing right?! If you want to read more into what the primary points above mean, read their full article and watch a video on their wholesome products here!

Their team is awesome and they wish their customers a “life of love and fullness.” Similar to my motto to love, create, inspire, share, their products were at the top of my list to taste test so the awesome Rebbl team sent me coupons to try and share with you all!

My two new favorites are above, the matcha latte and turmeric golden milk, made with fresh coconut milk. Their elixirs and proteins come in various flavors (as you see below) and they even have cold brew coffee that I have grabbed on many road trips.

A huge thank you to the Rebbl team and I hope you go and try!

My Wake Up Call


Hello beautiful! Today I get to share with you how I got here and why I want to help you!

Let me start with saying that I am 5’6 and have always loved being active. Starting my freshman year of college I was already tall, lean and did not need to worry about gaining weight, but I told myself that I was determined not to gain the “freshman 15”.

I was a competitive dancer my entire life and grew up around girls who cared a lot about their physical appearance. I was one of them and I remember one day one girl looked at me and told me I lost weight and from that day forward I strove to get more and more compliments like that.

When I got to college I began to run instead of dance and ran on a treadmill for 2 miles every day. I never ate a slice of pizza or drank a cup of beer at a party. I would maybe eat ice cream on a splurge day. My mindset grew more narrow when girls started referring to me as one of the healthiest girls they knew and saying, “wow I wish I could eat and look like you”.

As time went on I would refuse to eat certain things and when I did eat something bad I would feel awful about myself. Starting my sophomore year not much had changed until I noticed my body slowly weakening. My hip flexors lost muscle tissue and I had to stop running, my wrists became so weak that I had and continue to wear wrist braces when I sleep at night and my knees became so bony, I couldn’t kneel on the floor or get up a flight of stairs without them aching. Yes, I still have to wear braces that look like wrestling mitts and my knees ache every day. I’m a work in progress!

Most of my bone aches were caused because I was calcium deficiant and had no protein in my system. After several break downs later, I went to the doctor only a few months ago and was told I had secondary amenorrhea.


Amenorrhea is the absence of menstruation in women. There are two forms: primary and secondary. I had secondary, meaning that for six or more months, you stop menstruating. The most common cause to of secondary amenorrhea is hormone imbalance, where one’s estrogen levels are very low, over exercising or low body weight.

When I got tested, I was told that my estrogen levels were at the same level as a fifty year old woman after menopause…for a twenty year old this is not what you want to hear. You can be given certain medications, but in my case I was told that medicine was not the answer. Changing my mindset was the answer. I had to learn what my body needed and why my body needs it.

Below are pictures when I thought I looked amazing!! Looking back, I had no healthy fats on my body and realized this is not how God created me to look…



Well, after crying after eating a piece of pizza I decided to really research how I can eat healthy, feel good and add nutritious fats to my body because FATS ARE GOOD FOR YOU. Yes, I didn’t realize that either. From that day forward I chose to add lean meats, healthy fats and carbs to my diet every day. I HIGHLY recommend these organic, healthy options below:

  • Avocados (ate them with almost every meal!)
  • Grilled chicken
  • Salmon
  • Sautéed veggies in olive oil
  • Ezekiel bread with mashed avocados or almond butter with chia seeds and a banana!
  •  Eggs, eggs, and more eggs 🙂

Read a more extensive grocery list on how to buy all healthy options for over a week under $50!

Moving forward is probably one of the hardest things I’m going to get through because I thought I was doing everything right, but instead found myself beating myself up and hurting my body from the inside out. I was ready for the change and I couldn’t do that without taking a step of faith. Please continue to read other posts as I share how God has and is in the process of shaping my mindset.