Healthy Solopreneurial Moms On The Run

How To Be A Healthy (Solopreneurial) Mom on the Run!

Are You a Mom On The Run? Juggling Kids, Work, Home and Community Commitments? Then Read On…

Well, another Mothers day has passed… And it has definitely reminded us of how important our Mothers are in our lives. Whether we loved our mom or tolerated her, hopefully much more the former than the latter, it is important to honor the fact that each and every mother does the best she can with the knowledge, experience and tools she has at the time.

Often moms don’t take time out of their hectic schedules to take care of themselves. If you’re a mom reading this, especially a solopreneur mom, working at or from home, and juggling all of your home and family responsibilities, you know what I’m talking about. The day ends all too late in the night and you never made it to the gym or into a relaxing tub (as in bathtub!). Instead, completely fatigued, you tumble numbly into bed, knowing that tomorrow will arrive far too soon!

So if I could show you easy 5-minute nutrition and fitness strategies that you can easily fit into your day – strategies that will transform your stress and fatigue into energy instantly – would you be interested? I’m hearing a resounding YES! Good, because I dedicated my whole radio show to busy moms last night on Mother’s Day. So Click Here Now to get to the show so you can listen in to a wealth of quick and easy tips, strategies, ideas, and recipes.

And as promised, here are the recipes I gave you on the show (see below), since you may not have had a pen and paper handy at the time…

Fruit Smoothie On The Run (Serves 2)

8 oz (1 cup) soft tofu                                             1 cup vanilla soymilk

2 large ripe bananas                                             1 tbsp Sucanat

2 tbsp almond butter or tahini                           6 – 8 ice cubes

1 tsp natural vanilla or 1/2 tsp almond extract



Blend all ingredients together in a blender until smooth and creamy.

Parmesan Garlic Bread (Serves 4)

4 slices sprouted wholegrain bread                  garlic powder (not garlic salt)

pure virgin olive oil                                              Parmesan cheese



Toast the 4 slices of bread.


With a pastry brush, lightly brush each slice of toast with olive oil.


Sprinkle about 1/2 tsp of garlic powder and 1 tsp Parmesan cheese on each slice.


Place the toast under the grill and broil until slightly crispy and lightly browned.


Serve immediately.

Cream of Tarragon Tomato Soup (Serves 4 – 6)

1 carton (26 oz) Pomi tomatoes                        1 small onion, coarsely chopped

2 medium cloves of garlic, minced                   12 oz (1-1/2 cups) GMO-free soft tofu

1 tsp Real Salt                                                        1/4 tsp black pepper

1/2 cup balsamic vinegar                                    1 tbsp fresh finely chopped tarragon



In blender, puree all ingredients except tarragon, until smooth, then blend until creamy.


Heat on top of stove just until hot, not boiling, to preserve nutrients.


Stir tarragon into hot soup.  Serve immediately.


Compliment the meal with Parmesan Garlic Sprouted Bread


See that contented smiling face to the right of the page? Well, that was me taking the day off to celebrate my birthday on Friday, May 11th. I was also celebrating Mother’s Day weekend, and 23+ years cancer-free! So yes, you do see me indulging in a very rich, decadent and absolutely yummy chocolate dessert, while taking time out from my solopreneur activities to be with friends, and just relax at the healthy E.A.T. Restaurant in Temecula, CA. Uh huh…Even I cheat once in a while! But it was a healthy cheat!! :-)

And I hope you also took some time out to honor yourself over this past weekend. YOU DESERVE IT!

So, whether you’re a mom who needs a “health tune-up” – or you are dealing with any number of health conditions we women deal with along the path of our lives, I have something special for you. Just click on the coupon you see below and it will take you to a special page just for you – or go to What I’m offering you on that page will remove any excuses you have that are stopping you from taking care of YOU today!

Much Love & Belated Happy Mother’s Day!

Dr Marilyn Joyce, The Vitality Doctor

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PPS: And please leave your comments and questions below in the comments section on this page. And tell us: what you did for Mother’s Day! What did your family do to celebrate you and your special day?


2 Responses to “Healthy Solopreneurial Moms On The Run”

  • Hi Eugene,
    How did you guess? LOL
    Yes, I am a graduate of UIBC – from the second class! And it is one of the best things I ever did. Although I knew more about online business than most of the other students, I was able to gain back control of my site – versus being held ransom by my previous web guy!
    Wishing you tremendous success Eugene!
    The Vitality Doctor™

  • Hi!
    I ran acrossed this website while working on mine. I have to ask, are you a UIBC graduate? I attended the class in Feb. 2012. Anyway the site looks good and has a lot of great information. I haven’t had the chance to look at it all, but I will. Feel free to email me, if you wish, maybe we can share ideas or experiences.
    Eugene Clark

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