Remember when I took a Flybarre class and almost died?
I’ll admit, working out hasn’t always been a priority for me–but as the season ends and the boys head back to school, I know my health habits need to change.
I want to be there, cheering at the top of my lungs when the 2Live Crew graduates from high school, university, and med school. I need to be there as they enter new classrooms, continuing on to the next grade and the next and the next–so that means making responsible choices, both in the kitchen and in the gym.
Since becoming a certified pregnancy health coach, I’ve started to make choices that affect my physical and mental health.
I’ve swapped out my daily iced caramel latte for a cup of hot green tea, started meditating, and even tried some new sustainable workout wear from prAna–because if I’m going to sweat, I might as well look and feel good while I’m doing it!
prAna’s mission is to inspire healthy, active, and free spirited living. From city streets to mountain peaks, their versatile, stylish, and sustainable clothing and accessories are comfortable enough that you can wear them during every activity, every adventure, every day. Based in Carlsbad, CA, the company makes cozy active wear for everyone from the head standing Instayogi to the mom standing in line at Trader Joe’s.
While prAna clothing is made for any adventure, the items are first and foremost mindfully made in order to support fair trade and sustainable practices. prAna actually has only one core belief– to give back more than they take from the world.
I liked that all of prAna’s leggings, shorts, tanks, hoodies, swimwear, dresses and more are made with organic cotton, recycled wool, hemp, recycled polyester and responsible down–and the brand partners with fair trade and labor associations to produce clothing that’s ethically good, not just good looking.@prana makes clothes that look good & are good for your soul. #MyPrana #ad Click To Tweet
I wore my prAna clothing to a workout session in the park, and on my flight to #BlogHer17. The soft, stretchy material helped me keep my cool on the long TSA lines. I was warm enough to fight off the chill in the airplane’s cabin but not gross and sticky in the Florida heat once I landed.
For everyday adventures (like a Target run), prAna’s leggings can’t be beat. I got tons of compliments on my printed pants as I picked up the fresh fruits and veggies I needed for a green smoothie–just one more habit I’m starting so that I can be around every new school year.
Want to try prAna’s cozy clothes for yourself? MyMommyVents readers can use code S17BLTG to save 15% on sustainable clothing and accessories at prAna.com.
What do you wear to work out? Are you trying any new habits this school year?
All photos by TwoOneNine Photos.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of The bLink Marketing Network and prAna. The opinions and text are all mine.