Featured Blogger: Marissa of Let’s Move It Mommas
It’s never too early or late to get started on a new life of healthy living, which is why we’re pleased to spotlight Let’s Move it Mommas, a website sure to help you and your family live a smarter life. Having shed 75 pounds and assorted ailments for over a decade, Momma Marissa launched her blog in March of 2010 and people all over the globe are tuning in.
Why did you start your blog?
I wanted a place where people could go to improve their quality of life. I have such a strong passion for helping families be the healthiest they can be and this blog has allowed me to reach so many people this way.
What is your blog about?
I dedicate this blog to helping my readers understand healthy living. I share recipes, daily exercise tips, my weight loss story and the stories of others, the latest exercise and nutrition products, kid-friendly recipes and tips on raising a healthy family, plus much more.
What Blog platform do you use?
Share a tip you use to promote your blog that you feel may benefit other bloggers :
I am actively involved in many communities, whether they are PR related or health related, plus I use social networking to spread the word about what I have featured on my blog each day.
Tell us a bit more about your blog and your goals for the year:
My goal has always been and will be to reach as many people as possible with my message. To help children and their families maintain a healthy lifestyle. These days people get so “busy”, we forget that exercise and nutrition will help fuel our quality of life for the rest of our lives. Our children learn these habits at a very young age, so the more we do as parents to increase their health, the more they will take these changes and apply them to their lives and the lives of others.
Marissa has a degree in Heath Education and Exercise Physiology from Sam Houston State University. She designed exercise plans for heart patients in cardiac rehabilitation for two years before pursuing her current career, teaching Physical and Health Education to children, from kindergarten to eighth grade. Additionally, she is an active community member, enjoying promoting health and wellness as often as possible