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peloton's emma lovewell is so into setting small goals instead of unrealistic resolutions

so into that, episode 6
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Peloton classes have made me a much happier and less anxious person. As you’ll hear in this episode, I wish there was a government grant that gave all new mothers Peloton bikes upon the birth of their first child. Being able to exercise and boost those endorphins while the baby is sleeping has been a total game changer for me.

And of their many great instructors,

is my absolute favorite. 

Emma’s teaching style is exactly what I look for: encouraging, but not too over-the-top. Her mantra is “progress, not perfection,” which seems appropriate, especially in this phase of life and this time of year (holidays = lots of stress and sugar).

In this episode, Emma shares her tips for staying active when you don’t feel motivated; which Peloton classes she actually takes; her “lazy girl ramen” recipe (she’s a bit of a recipe developer herself, her Substack

is fabulous and worth a follow!!!), and much more.

We also get into:

  • Teaching ourselves to drink water after being raised by parents who NEVER do

  • Our guys stealing our skincare products

  • Our shifting relationships with caffeine

  • The surprisingly important role our pets play in our lives

  • Finding a fitness community (Peloton #whattocookcrew, stand up!)

  • “Throwing in an egg” for protein

  • What made us laugh out loud this past week

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Substack's #1 food & drink writer invites some of her favorite people to share what they're into right now… whether that's a book, show, recipe, beauty hack... or an approach to marriage and parenting, community, or friendship. Conversations about finding easier and better ways to do (and enjoy) life. Learn more at whattocook.substack.com.