My At Home Fitness Routine! + Cheesy Egg Bites Recipe (Free Printable)

Hey and welcome back to The Jazzy Nation! I am so glad you stopped by. In today's post, I am sharing My At Home Fitness Routine plus an awesome breakfast recipe idea! As an expat, I don't always have access to a gym so having an at home fitness routine is really great because I can work out in the comfort of my home while living abroad. This way, I stay fit and healthy which is really important to me. The first thing I like to do in the morning before my workout is to…

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Packing Up Our D.C. Aprtment! My Last Days in the States

It's that time again when my husband and I move to a new country! The first country we moved to was Morocco, two years ago. It was my first time traveling outside of the United States, let alone move anywhere of great distance. I think my move to Morocco as well as all the other things I experienced in that country truly prepared me for my future as a professional mover, nomad, & expat!

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My Eight Morning Rituals: Perfect for 2019

Greetings, friends! Today I’m sharing my eight-morning rituals with you. The new year is approaching and if you don’t already have morning rituals set, this post should inspire you to create some for yourself! FIRST MORNING RITUAL The first thing I like to do in the morning is to grab my notebook and write my morning pages. I write at least three pages in my notebook on a more productive day. I really like taking time first thing in the morning to relax and center my thoughts before starting any other tasks for the day.…

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Cooking Moroccan Chicken Pastilla/Bastila: Food Inspired By My Life In Morocco (Recipe)

As an American who lived in Morocco for two years, I definitely garnered an appreciation for Moroccan food! Of course, I enjoyed the bread, desserts, tagines but I fell in love with one dish, in particular, Moroccan Chicken Pastilla! Moroccan pastilla is a pie type dish layered with sweet and savory flavors. When I first tried this dish, I could not pinpoint the ingredients because they melted so well together. A year into living in Morocco, I learned how to make this dish, I was surprised to learn about the different intricacies that go into making Moroccan pastilla.…

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