Spring Cleaning for Your Mind & Your Body | MOM STRONG


MOM STRONG: Health & Wellness Event Series

MOM STRONG is Miami Mom Collective’s new health and wellness initiative. We are excited to bring you monthly health and wellness events and digital content themes to help you grow in prioritizing yourself and your family wherever you are in your health and wellness journey!

We’ll be popping up at gyms, fitness studios, and green spaces all over town every month. Our 1st MOMSTRONG event was March 13th at Lox Fitness. If you missed it you can catch the recap here! 

Upcoming MOM STRONG events:

mom strong miami mom collective Trump National Doral April 6 full moon yoga join usApril 6 – Full Moon Yoga at Trump National Doral 6-8PM

Join us for yoga under the full moon and a nutrition chat led by fitness professional Adita Lang. GET TICKETS HERE!

April 28 – Infrared Cardio with Cosmo Contour

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This Month’s MOM STRONG Theme: Spring Cleaning | Mind & Body

March 20th is the official start of spring and with that comes spring cleaning! It’s symbolic of a new beginning and a time to clear away clutter. Spring cleaning is not just for cleaning away physical clutter, but it‘s also a great time to cleanse the mind and body of negative thoughts and unhealthy habits.

Image: Crossed ankles in a field of spring flowers

Here are 4 ways you can welcome spring and give your body and mind a seasonal makeover:

Cut out mental clutter.

Limit time on social media and news channels to reduce information overload. Journaling your thoughts on paper and then throwing it away helps you to literally get rid of your mental clutter.

Get to work on tasks you’ve been putting off.

Create a list of tasks then get out your calendar and see where you can fit them in. Write down when you are going to complete them one by one.

Clean your physical space to free up mental space.

When we are constantly living in a place that is disorganized and cluttered it can cause mental stress and fatigue. Try to clean space by space so you don’t get overwhelmed

Get your whole household involved.

Breaking down chores into individual chunks helps to make it go by faster and everyone gets the satisfaction that comes with cleaning and organizing.

When deep cleaning, we often tend to dwell on what isn’t working for us and what we
can get rid of. But, this is also a great time to reflect on what is working for your body
and mind. Nurture the people, places, and things that are serving you and put your freed-up energy into those.

March is also National Nutrition Month

Spring cleaning is also the perfect time to welcome new habits such as nourishing your body well and getting rid of unhealthy, processed foods. National Nutrition Month exists to encourage you to develop solid eating and physical activity habits you can stick to.

Image: A family enjoying a friendly game of basketball

Here are 5 ways you can get involved with National Nutrition Month at home:

  • Commit to trying a new fruit or vegetable each week of March
  • Give each family member a chance to pick out a new healthy recipe to try each week and let them help prepare it
  • Try to eat more dinners as a family in March.
  • When watching TV, take commercials as a time to get in some movement even if it’s walking in place or stretching.
  • Practice mindful eating: try not to watch TV or scroll on social media when eating.

Nutritious Spring Recipe

Enjoy the flavors of spring with this Vibrant Spring Broccoli Buddha Bowl from Half Baked Harvest. It’s filled with veggies, grains, proteins, and healthy fats that will give you the energy you need to tackle the day!

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Illiett Ojeda
Meet Illiett! Known to walk at the beat of her own drum. She strives for constant growth and isn’t afraid of the climb to achieve it. Illiett is an energetic and soul-spirited wife and mom to a supportive husband of 13 years and momma to a dynamic duo: Kash and Maui. This pair are collectively her tropical island and the proud owners of all her grey hairs (ha). Her children’s busy sports schedule has allowed her to master the very gracious bleacher hop which she wouldn’t trade for the world. Being a mom is just one of her many passion projects. When she is not working her corporate 9 to 5, she picks up her second wind and works on her side hustle. The need to have a creative outlet and a full calendar has always been something that drives her. Illiett has set out to use her past teaching and communications degrees - as well as her innate passion for inspiring to create connections through motivational speaking and DIY workshops. Her recent project of #Chasinbalance is a platform that allows her to empower and provide resources through Intentional Vision Board sessions, Wellness Retreats, DIY’s, and Fitness guidance. She invites you to follow along @illiett to experience the journey of balancing the unpredictable mom-preneur life.