This weekend was exactly what I needed…I spent the whole weekend indoors and basically left the house just to get food. My poor boyfriend has been sick but I like to smother him so I sat in his house for three consecutive days while he was ill/in and out of sleeping/coughing/etc…You get it. He couldn’t do much and I really didn’t want to do much so we spent much needed time indoors doing a whole lot of nothing. It was SUCH a dream. LOL. We’re always doing SOMETHING…it’s the only time I’ve ever gotten him to sit still and do nothing. Some quick insight: Even when we’re laying out by the pool he has his laptop out doing work, or he’s going downstairs to get us boba or he’s playing with the dog…SIT DOWN. It was so nice to watch him relax…Sorry babe! 🙂

We watched lots of cool documentaries, some on interior design, algorithms, and even math (sounds boring but I PROMISE they were all interesting)…BUT MY FAVORITE ONE was the Tony Robbins Netflix documentary: I Am Not Your Guru. I’ve heard many people talk about it but I needed to see it for myself. Needless to say, I loved it. He talked about living a deeper life, being fulfilled and how to have more meaningful relationships. I don’t want to give too much away because I HIGHLY recommend everyone see it for themselves but I do want to share one thing from the documentary that stuck with me…


Tony describes a life changing moment where he “felt the grace of God.” Sometimes things happen by chance or because you put it in motion, but MANY times, we fail to see where God’s grace could be the real reason certain things happen for us. Tony describes a poem that was given to him by a professor (I won’t go into detail as to how this poem changed his life) but it is a poem I now love and wanted to share with you!

Read below and HAPPY MONDAY!

PS- I am looking to buy a book by Tony Robbins and I’m unsure which one to choose! Any suggestions?!

The Will To Win Speech

By Vince Lombardi

Winning is not a sometime thing; it’s an all the time thing. You don’t win
once in a while; you don’t do things right once in a while; you do them
right all the time. Winning is a habit. Unfortunately, so is losing.

There is no room for second place. There is only one place in my game, and
that’s first place. I have finished second twice in my time at Green Bay,
and I don’t ever want to finish second again. There is a second place bowl
game, but it is a game for losers played by losers. It is and always has
been an American zeal to be first in anything we do, and to win, and to win,
and to win.

Every time a football player goes to ply his trade he’s got to play from the
ground up – from the soles of his feet right up to his head. Every inch of
him has to play. Some guys play with their heads. That’s O.K. You’ve got to
be smart to be number one in any business. But more importantly, you’ve got
to play with your heart, with every fiber of your body. If you’re lucky
enough to find a guy with a lot of head and a lot of heart, he’s never going
to come off the field second.

Running a football team is no different than running any other kind of
organization – an army, a political party or a business. The principles are
the same. The object is to win – to beat the other guy. Maybe that sounds
hard or cruel. I don’t think it is.

It is a reality of life that men are competitive and the most competitive
games draw the most competitive men. That’s why they are there – to compete.
To know the rules and objectives when they get in the game. The object is to
win fairly, squarely, by the rules – but to win.

And in truth, I’ve never known a man worth his salt who in the long run,
deep down in his heart, didn’t appreciate the grind, the discipline. There
is something in good men that really yearns for discipline and the harsh
reality of head to head combat.

I don’t say these things because I believe in the “brute” nature of man or
that men must be brutalized to be combative. I believe in God, and I believe
in human decency. But I firmly believe that any man’s finest hour, the
greatest fulfillment of all that he holds dear, is that moment when he has
worked his heart out in a good cause and lies exhausted on the field of
battle – victorious.



SIX WEEKS LEFT OF SUMMER! I love this season, honestly, keep me in hot weather for the rest of my life. Sun worshiper over here! I wanted share some of my favorite books that are perfect for laying out under an umbrella and diving into. How often are you guys buying books? I just ordered a book on Amazon before I wrote this post. Honestly, I can’t help myself. Today happens to be National Book Lovers Day, so I thought I’d share five of my favorite summer reads at the moment. Check them out below.



This is a book about being okay on the inside. It’s a book about being satisfied, stable, and healthy on a soul level. The author explores what it looks like to cultivate a healthy soul. This book takes you through the journey of realization where we come to terms with the fact that our soul’s only true home can be found in one person, God.



Details, details, details. This book is written so well. The way the author describes everything – using every sense – especially taste and smell…SO good! Sex, drugs, rock-n-roll, New York and a love triangle are all things you can expect to encounter in this book.



Some great things you’ll learn in this book (haven’t yet finished it):

  1. How to eliminate fifty percent of business worries immediately.
  2. Avoid fatigue — and keep looking young.
  3. Add one hour a day to your waking life.
  4. Find yourself and be yourself.

I hope these four reasons alone are enough to have you order this book NOW.



This mini book was given to me by mom a couple weeks ago. It’s a New York Times best seller, 150 pages long and truly breaks down what it means to take your influence to the next level. When she gave me this book the first thing I did was grab a pen and hit the nail salon! LOL. What better place to read and take notes? This book is broken down into 5 levels and each level is more important than the next!



I will write about this book over and over again until all of you have it in your hand/on your bookshelf. The one question this book always comes back to is this: Who are you? Are you a partner in a relationship? Are you a collection of experiences that have shaped you? Are you a teacher? A student?

So many of these questions can be answered if you think outside of yourself and truly look at yourself as an individual being with many experiences that have shaped you up until this very moment. When you think of who you are what you believe in, you become more in tune with who you are meant to be. A MUST READ.


If you have any questions regarding any of these books or others that I have blogged about, message me or comment below! XO.



The month of June (we’re halfway through!) has already been hectic for me. I feel like now, more than ever, I am trying to find REAL work/life balance. Most importantly for me, I have found that finding some time for rest and relaxation is Mission: Critical!

Last Saturday, I was in bed by 11 pm. Honestly, it was needed. I woke up Sunday morning refreshed, got a latte, and went on a hike. Whether it’s a massage, a manicure or some time out in the sun; taking some time for yourself will not only make you feel better, but it will have other people wanting to enjoy your company as well!

Here are some of my favorite things to do when life gets a little hectic:

  1. Go on a walk – Especially when it’s sunny! Get a tan, some vitamin D and hang out with Mother Nature!
  2. Get my nails done – Once a week, necessary!
  3. Get a blowout – I don’t do this very often but every once in a while I head over to Drybar and get a GOOD blowout.
  4. Book a massage – I got a massage on Monday and it kicked off my week perfectly. Sometimes you just need an hour of quiet time to relax the back.
  5. Read a book – On Saturday night I went to Barnes & Noble and bought 5 books LOL. I won’t lie, I am SO happy I did. I am already halfway through 3 of them! Reading also helps me wind down and get sleepy, it works like a charm every time.
  6. Listen to a guided meditation – I highly recommend the Insight Timer app! Get. On. It! 🙂
  7. Sleep early – This is my go-to stress reliever, nothing like a good night’s sleep.
  8. Go on a hike – I love being in nature, I went on a hike on Monday before my massage and it completely changed my mood after a busy day at work.

What are your favorite things to do when the world around you gets a little crazy?

PS- I did not mention yoga because lately I have not had time to go to yoga as much I’d like to, unfortunately. I like to take my best friend’s classes and our schedules conflict a lot. I absolutely love yoga and I HIGHLY recommend Corepower Yoga if you’re looking to find your inner Yogi 🙂 XO



Happy Monday everyone! I hope you all had an amazing weekend. I managed to have the perfect Sunday yesterday so I think I’m ready to get this week started. A lot is going on this week and I need to stay as focused as possible. I realized that for me, lists, calendars, agendas, apps — all of those things play a part in how I organize my life. A little over a year ago, I was teaching a college course and I knew that it was time for me to really kick it into high gear when it came to being organized. Lesson plans are NO JOKE. More importantly, I couldn’t look ill-prepared in front of my students. So I started researching apps, reading up on organizational tips, and figuring out key habits to incorporate into my lifestyle. I juggle many projects at work and I also strive for work/life balance; hence the need for organization. Check out the 7 organizational tips that I live by, below!

1. To-do list

Write everything down, don’t rely on memory. This is about as self explanatory as it gets. I no longer rely on my memory (my memory used to be spot on, not sure what happened LOL). I feel like it is MISSION CRITICAL to write down all of the important tasks for your day, week, month. Check back in on all of those tasks to make sure you’re on top of things!

2. An appealing agenda

Head over to Target and find a PRETTY calendar/agenda/daily planner, people! My cousin bought us matching Bloom daily planners that I am obsessed with. I use it for everything. It’s my favorite because every month you can add new goals for the month, there’s fun quotes, and most importantly: it’s pink.

3. Google Calendar

Maybe he’ll kill me for sharing — but my boyfriend and I have a shared calendar now (big step, big moves, we’re the real deal) LOL. It’s actually really exciting for me 🙂 I live for these things. I love that I am able to schedule things so we don’t forget anything. It’s not crazy detailed: weekly date nights, travel schedules, events — those type of things are on our calendar. Find you a man who indulges all the boring things you’re obsessed with. 🙂

4. Time blocking

Do. One. Thing. At. A. Time. I time block all day long (both at work and at home). For starters, I time block my time spent checking emails (first thing I do when I step into the office). Everyday at work I allow myself 2 hours of email time. Sounds crazy I know, but it’s not. My emails are always in the triple digits and I feel COMPLETELY on top of my game when I have under 20 unread emails. I also time block certain tasks to make sure I get everything done on my to-do list. Speaking of tasks, when I can’t finish everything, I resort to #5 below.

5. Don’t let things pile up!

Hence the reason I time block. I try to make sure I get through my to-do list each day. Granted, easier said than done. So in the instances where I fall behind, I have a rule – NO PILES. If that means, staying longer at work or going through the beginning stages of a pile at home, then so be it. I live for clean spaces and I am not afraid to throw things away. ::COUGH COUGH:: #6.

6. Don’t be scared to purge

I AM THE QUEEN OF PURGING. If there’s a box filled with things that I have not opened in a year, I will throw it out. It’s just a rule I live by. If I haven’t opened that box in a year then there’s NO point in me opening it now — Clearly, the contents are not that important. I think it’s important to declutter as much as possible. Whether it’s your office, your bedroom, your home — decluttering is good for the soul. 

7. Perfect your morning routine (separate blog post coming soon)

In a nutshell, having a morning ritual is everything. It sets the tone for your day. I always do the same. exact. thing. every morning before I pour myself my first cup of coffee. My skincare routine, my morning news apps, my puppy cuddles — all of those things fall into my morning routine. I will do a more detailed post on this soon 🙂

How do you stay organized? Enjoy your week everyone! XO



  • Better digestion
  • Happier muscles
  • A rock star immune system
  • Increased metabolism
  • Clearer Skin
  • Better sleep
  • Liver Tonic, anyone?

If you’re like me, you’re always looking for the next best thing to help you sleep better, have nicer skin, and keep you healthy. I may have found the proper remedy, although I have not tried it long enough to give a full results recap just yet! I bring to you: Golden Milk! Golden milk is basically a lightly spiced drink – similar to chai (yum!) – that has a ton of anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.

Try it out and let me know what you think! This recipe serves two.

  • 1 cup unsweetened non-dairy milk, preferably coconut milk beverage or almond milk
  • 1 (3-inch) cinnamon stick
  • 1 (1-inch) piece turmeric, unpeeled, thinly sliced, or 1/2 teaspoon dried turmeric
  • 1 (1/2-inch) piece ginger, unpeeled, thinly sliced
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • 1 tablespoon virgin coconut oil
  • 1/4 teaspoon whole black peppercorns
  • Ground cinnamon (for serving)

Whisk coconut milk, cinnamon, turmeric, ginger, honey, coconut oil, peppercorns, and 1 cup water in a small saucepan; bring to a low boil. Reduce heat and simmer until flavors have melded, about 10 minutes. Strain through a fine-mesh sieve into mugs and top with a dash of cinnamon.




The first month of 2017 is GONE! Ready to get relaxed? Try getting organized first. I am all about my new zen lifestyle. Yoga, being artsy LOL, hanging out with my nieces and nephews…all of it is so enriching. Before I started getting out there and doing all the fun stuff, I got real. I organized, rearranged and found my ZEN. Here are 17 tips to get organized and GET ZEN in 2017.

  1. Go through your inbox and unsubscribe from junk mail. #gamechanger
  2. Clean out your desk drawer. Only put essentials back in and trash the rest.
  3. Put all of your travel products into one case instead of randomly stuck all over your bathroom.
  4. While you’re at it, find cute bins at Home Goods for your bathroom. I have several bins now: A hair bin with hot tools and brushes. A skincare bin filled with BOSCIA. And a makeup bin!
  5. Keep a couple reusable bags in your trunk for groceries and errands.
  6. While watching TV, grab your computer and go through old files, pictures, etc. Do the same with your phone. Clear up that memory and data!
  7. Open your fridge and pantry – clear it out!
  8. Set up a MINT account and forget missing any monthly bills. MINT will alert you when it’s time to pay them!
  9. Each Sunday, write a grocery list and meal schedule.
  10. Clean out your sock and bra drawer. I have so many “sexy” bras I never wear. BYE BYE. LOL.
  11. Do you really need 865 pens? Pick your favorites, live minimally. I’m all about that minimalist lifestyle these days.
  12. Look in your medicine cabinet—I guarantee there’s expired medicine in there. Stock up on what you’ve thrown out.
  13. Look at your calendar and plan out haircuts and any other personal maintenance appointments – that includes massages, facials, mani/pedi’s, etc.
  14. Figure out a skincare routine that works for you, and only keep those products. I will be sharing my skin routine soon – everyone keeps saying I’m glowing. So it’s either the yoga or the BOSCIA 🙂
  15. Go through your social media platforms and unfollow the accounts you don’t care about.
  16. Speaking of social media, take a hiatus all together. Nothing feels better than not having your phone on you.
  17. Lastly, BUY CANDLES. I know this has nothing to do with getting organized but it has everything to do with finding your zen. I love candles, incense, sage, etc. I usually stick to candles because incense can be messy. If you’re into candles the way I am, make sure to check out dyptique Paris candles. A-MAZ-ING.




The weather outside is so beyond beautiful today my heart is literally bursting. LOL. I wanted to share another MUSIC post today. Lately, I’ve spent a lot of time at the yoga studio, taking different classes with different instructors. Needless to say, my favorite class is anything Victoria (one of my good friends) teaches. With that being said, the best part of yoga for me is the music. I happen to be so lucky when it comes to the instructors I pick…they all have bomb playlists. I compiled a list on Spotify called “YOGA 2017” – you can find me by searching for “natashatadros.” Feel free to check out all the amazing songs on that specific playlist. It’s a compilation of songs from July 2015-until now. (Side note: I started yoga back in July of 2015 and I haven’t looked back).

My favorite songs are usually the ones that remind me of Victoria’s classes, mainly because she’s the greatest instructor of all time. LOL. Feel free to add some of these songs to your workout playlist for a good warm up/cool down. Here are some of my favorites:

  1. Bonobo – Kerala
  2. Chet Faker – No Diggity
  3. Aaliyah – Back & Forth
  4. Saje – Lost Tonight
  5. ODESZA – How Did I Get Here
  6. Marian Hill – Breathe Into Me  (Victoria’s warm up song)
  7. ODESZA – Say My Name (Victoria’s song choice when I’m about to die 🙂 )
  8. Gorgon City – Imagination (One of my favorites that Victoria plays for the ABS segment LOL)
  9. Beyonce – XO (Victoria’s cool down song)

I hope you all have an AMAZING week filled with lots of light and laughter. XO



I noticed over the past two weeks that every single one of my friends and family members were going through something — family issues, boyfriend issues, best friend issues…you name it. Because I am not a therapist or emotionally-sound enough to give proper advice, I looked into seven different ways in which all of us can create a better day, and life, from here on out. Let’s dedicate 2017 to being kinder to ourselves and those around us, Lord knows we could all use a little love.

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Before you read on, make a couple of promises to yourself: Don’t take yourself too seriously, keep a positive attitude, and let go of any unproductive thoughts that may deter you from any goals you set today.

Here we go…

1. Just smile.

It’s literally the easiest thing you can do as human. It’s infectious and I swear on my life, it can make a world of difference.

2. My life, my rules.

No matter what mantra(s) you turn to, perhaps the most powerful notion and common thread between all of them is realizing you are in control. Your thoughts, moods, reactions, behaviors and decisions all lie within your power. Which, when you really sit back and think about it — control — it’s a beautiful thing that no one else gets to have, but you.

3. Make a genuine difference.

Taking care of yourself and nurturing who you are as an individual is just as important as taking care of business at work. To make a difference in your life, or in anyone’s life, you have to work on being sure of who you are. Not only will it help you be more productive, but by taking time from your day to celebrate the things that make you who you are outside of the office, you will remain inspired as well.

4. No negative thinking. 

Life is like a mirror; we get the best results when we smile.  So talk about your blessings more than you talk about your problems.  Just because you’re struggling doesn’t mean you’re failing.  Every great success requires some type of worthy struggle to get there.

5. Stop comparing.

Social comparison is the thief of happiness.  You could spend a lifetime worrying about what others have, but it wouldn’t get you anything. I personally have a major issue with this when I see many bloggers gaining a mass following (and quickly); I start to wonder where I am going wrong. Because I know this about myself, I’ve gotten pretty good at talking myself down 🙂

6. Stop worrying about mistakes you’ve made.

It’s OK if you mess up; that’s how you get wiser.  Give yourself a break.  Don’t give up.  Great things take time, and you’re getting there.  Let your mistakes be your motivation, not your excuses.  Decide right now that negative experiences from your past won’t predict your future. And remember, always remember, if something is meant to be yours, it will always come back to you.

7. No temporary fixes.

You can’t change what you refuse to confront.  You can’t find peace by avoiding things.  Deal with problems directly before they deal with your happiness.


Sending you all some extra love today! XO



I read an article and wanted to share what I learned with my readers. I am super excited lately because I see my stats booming on here and it’s really exciting to see more and more people checking out my blog. I decided that I should start writing about the main things I like to read about as well. I wanted to share the 10 morning habits that successful women implement daily. Just so you know, every single one of these habits can be implemented by men too 🙂

1. Wake up early

CHECK. Okay, so I am working on it. I usually get up about an hour before I leave for work but I’m now waking up an hour and a half earlier to get some things done. That includes: cleaning my room, mapping out blog content, reading, etc.

2. Be mindful

Meditating is something I have actively been trying to get into. Unfortunately, I’ve put it into practice maybe twice this year. It’s really hard for me to quiet my mind lately but I am definitely going to continue working on it.

3. Make the bed 


4. Visualize your perfect day

“When we can “see” ourselves in our mind’s eye as our own best versions, it’s much easier for our actions to follow suit.” — I have not tried this…yet! I am going to try this tomorrow as I get ready for work and report back!

5. Conquer the most important item on your to-do list

I NEVER do this. I really do think this habit will make your day much, much easier. I sometimes put things off until the end of the day and I know that’s a terrible idea — time to be proactive!

6. Eat an energy packed breakfast

CHECK. I usually stick to coffee/hot tea and hard boiled eggs for breakfast and that holds me over until my mid-morning snack.

7. Workout – before any excuses get in the way

Sad face. That’s my response…for now. 😦

8. Connect with someone you love

Does my dog count? If so, then CHECK! Lately I’ve been in odd moods so in the morning my mom opens my door and let’s my little girl in for morning cuddles. Works like a dream, not to mention she’s my favorite non-human on the planet.

9. Be a super scheduler

My cousins just taught me about their “family fun calendar” and their personal home budget (bills, groceries, fun, etc.). Needless to say, it’s a genius approach. They both schedule in alone time with each other, as well as dinner dates with friends or relatives, etc. They also have a family budget where they take hold of their finances and stay on track. This year I really wanted to start saving money and making time for the people I love all while remaining relaxed and stress-free. I’m happy to announce that I now have a budget app and I’ve started my own schedule where I have planned a date with one of my girls and an afternoon with my cousins.

10. Nail your “get-ready-quick” routine

I think that every #GIRLBOSS should have one of these. I usually stick to the same thing every time. I can literally do a liquid liner cat eye in the car so doing it at home is a treat. My get ready quick routine during the winter is:

  • Wash face/brush teeth
  • Moisturize
  • Cat eye
  • Lip balm
  • ZARA black stretchy pants, booties and an oversized sweater
  • Hair in a side pony
  • …and a smile!

Takes me 15 minutes max!

What are some of your go-to morning habits? XO






Happy Friday!

So…to get right down to it, I wanted to start off this first week of the new year with a fitness/health post. Since I am not necessarily fitness goals by any means, I thought, why not have my friend Chelsey Rose give us all some tips?

I don’t have many blogger friends and I promised myself I’d take more time to be social and enjoy my girl-time this year. Lucky for me, when I met Health and Fitness Blogger, Chelsey Rose, we hit it off right away. Minus the fact that her and I are a lot alike – we plan everything, use the same slang, etc LOL…She’s easily one of the most beautiful and down to earth humans I know. Check out my interview with her below. Thanks for sharing all of this important information with us, Chelsey! XO

Follow her on Instagram and make sure to check out today!


Where’d you grow up?

So I was born in Montana where my parents met and went to high school together but by the time I was about 5 or 6 years old we were living in San Diego and that’s where I stayed until I was 21! I’m obsessed with San Diego and miss it so much. I would actually move back there asap if my boyfriend’s music wasn’t based in LA.

What’s your favorite go-to snack?

My favorite go to snack lately has been a Perfect bar. I’m more obsessed with the mini ones because they’re the perfect size so if I have a box of the regular size Perfect Bars, then I’ll just cut one in half and snack on that! Also – frozen grapes!


How often do you work out per week – whats your favorite workout?

If I’m really on my game then I’ll work out 6 – 7 times a week for 30 minutes a day. I’m obsessed with HIIT workouts so this is what a scheduled week normally looks like for me.

Monday – Upper body HIIT

Tuesday – 30 Minutes Steady State Cardio

Wednesday – Lower Body HIIT

Thursday – 10-15 minutes of HIIT Cardio

Friday – Abs HIIT

Saturday – 30 Minutes Steady State Cardio

Sunday – I’ll either go for a hike or to a yoga class, or just go walk around…this is called active rest. OR if I’m feeling up for it, I’ll hit the gym and do a full body HIIT – still only 30 minutes though.

You can read more about my work out schedule here. Also, you can check this out to learn how to create your own HIIT workout.

Do you cook all of your meals? If not, what’s your favorite restaurant?

I used to cook all the time but I’ve noticed that as my schedule has gotten more hectic and as I moved away from eating meat, I don’t cook as often. I tend to snack more or eat things that don’t need to be cooked, which is actually kind of great! So at home I’m always munching on almonds, Perfect bars, and fruit for snacks. For a meal I might have a protein smoothie, a tuna salad, a three bean salad, or a grain like cous cous with a side of fish.

My favorite restaurants are ones that have healthy food and GOOD cocktails with fresh ingredients. I like these two spots by my house in LA. One is called Sun Cafe and pretty much everything they have there is RAW which is AMAZING. Once I stopped caring about calories and started caring more about the ingredients in the food I was eating, I noticed a that my energy went up and the bloating in my stomach went down. So knowing that the ingredients at Sun Cafe are all natural ingredients is a plus! It makes me feel like I can go indulge!

My other favorite restaurant right now is Granville Cafe. I’m an ambiance person, so they have that on point with their outside seating area, strings of lights and a tree IN the restaurant. Plus, their food is healthy and their gin gimlet is THE BEST.

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Any tips for a healthier 2017?

For anyone looking to get healthier this year I would suggest doing what I did 4 years ago and give up paying so much attention to calories. I hate when people say that they can eat whatever they want as long as they stay in their calorie limit. You technically can, but do you really want to? If you’re already paying so much attention to being more fit don’t you think it would be good to do it the healthy way? At the end of the day, a person that eats healthy, whole, nutritious, plant -based foods all day long is going to be healthier than someone that eats artificial pop tarts and donuts. I’d say start there and see how you feel.
What’s one solid piece of advice you can give to anyone on their journey to a healthier lifestyle?

First thing that comes to mind is to tell people to read The China Study. I wrote about it on my blog, here. And, I also mentioned The China Study in another post when I learned about the foods that women are eating that are actually CAUSING breast cancer.

I think this is a book that everyone in High School should be required to read. It completely breaks down for you the problems with consuming animal products vs. the benefits of eating a plant-based diet. It definitely helped me change my diet and has helped me change the diet of others.

Favorite bloggers?

I love Nutrition Stripped for healthy plant-based recipe ideas and her branding is just so on point. I also love The Eternal Child for food and adventure posts and just overall beautiful photography. And lastly, GrittyPretty for all things beauty, mainly skin and hair care.

Where can we buy your RUN IT Dad Hat? 🙂

The RUN IT dad hat is available on my site, here!

I made these hats for any woman out there who’s working hard towards kicking some ass and chasing their dreams. The woman who doesn’t make excuses and is an overall boss lady. For all the women out there who well…know how to #RUNIT.

Chelsey Rose is currently creating her own Health Guide E-book and Fitness Guide E-Book that she will be launching in early 2017. STAY TUNED!