Move, Nourish, Believe Challenge- Week 2 (NOURISH) Recap

Week two of Lorna Jane and Sweat Pink’s “Move, Nourish, Believe Challenge” is already complete! I really can’t believe how quickly time has gone by.

During the first week, participants focused on “Move,” with a variety of physical challenges. This week our Nourish challenges were:

  • MondayGo Meatless. Try vegetarian or vegan meals.
  • TuesdayTake Your Lunch to Work Today. Choose a recipe from to inspire your packed lunch.
  • WednesdayWrite it Down. Keep a food journal today.
  • ThursdaySmoothie Day. Make a healthy smoothie.
  • FridayGo Raw Today. Choose a recipe from and go raw.

Here’s my photo recap of the week:

#pbemegburg photo YIQAXKDFLP3_zpswmtoazvk.jpg

Meatless Monday was actually really easy for me. I don’t eat a lot of meat, for both health and budget reasons. Don’t get me wrong, I think there’s plenty of nutritional benefits from lean meats and fish, but it’s easy for me to go overboard. We had quinoa burgers, potato/veggie stir fry, lentils, yogurt, and fruit.

As a Stay-At-Home-Mom, every day is a take your lunch to work day. Coincidentally, it was another meatless meal on Tuesday! We had mini veggie pizzas.

Wednesday I just filled out MyFitnessPal is usual. Again, that was part of my normal routine. Easy peasy!

On Thursday I made a delicious, healthy smoothie for Baby J and I as an after-dinner treat. I used plain Greek yogurt, honey, frozen berries, bananas, whole milk, and natural peanut butter. Packed full of nutrition and filling.

Friday wrapped up the week with raw foods. I had plenty of fresh carrots, celery, chick peas, arugula, almonds, peanuts, apples, and cucumbers to go around. Fiber’s always a good thing, right? 🙂

Follow me on Instagram and Twitter for more photos of the challenge! And feel free to visit my latest Fitness Friday post. Every week I link up with other bloggers to share and motivate each other on our fitness and/or weight loss journeys. If you’re a blogger, you’re welcome to link up with us. If not a blogger, please feel free to share your goals and successes in the comments section of each Fitness Friday post.

Have a happy weekend!

You may also like


  1. I like to make a couple of meatless meals every week too. We make smoothies almost everyday, but what you do that I don’t (and probably should) is keep a food journal. That is next on my healthy to do list.

    1. Hi Kim, MyFitnessPal is super easy to use! I have it on my iPhone, iPad, and laptop. Lose It! is also a popular food diary app, but I haven’t spent much time figuring that one out.

  2. That looks like a fun challenge, and awww to your sweetie w/a smoothie picture. I never thought to use Greek Yogurt in a smoothie, but of course that’s the perfect base!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.