Keriann Lowry

Part time customer service rep, part time student, full time mother and Blue Goji Brand Ambassador
Find me on:

Recent Posts

I Can DO This! Resetting My Eating Habits.

Posted by Keriann Lowry on September 18, 2015 at 9:50 AM

Summer is officially over and fitness reality has finally started to sink in. It has been challenging to juggle all my day-to-day activities with work, school for the kids, school for myself, and my normal household chores. The last two weeks have been a constant struggle for me with staying on track with my healthy eating and workouts.

Reclaim nutrition and fitness motivation after setbacks
Read More

Topics: Weight Loss, Stay in Shape, Diet, Nutrition

How I Fit Workouts Into My Hectic Back-to-School & Work Schedule

Posted by Keriann Lowry on September 4, 2015 at 3:45 PM

The kids and I have started back to school. I mean that quite literally. Not only do I make sure that my children are up and ready for class, but I also work at home, run the household and take two college courses online. It’s a busy life! When school is in session, there’s very little, if any, spare time in the day. It all adds up to a very tired mama at the end of the day. I’m sure I’m not the only one who has a demanding schedule like this! I’m in awe of those who take on all of these roles for their families, day in and day out. Which I guess means, I'm in awe of myself! Yay Keriann!

Read More

Topics: Fitness Motivation, Goji Challenge, Gamified Fitness, Weight Loss

What 30 Days Of Commitment Looks Like

Posted by Keriann Lowry on August 21, 2015 at 11:19 AM

It's amazing to think of how much you can accomplish in 30 days when you commit whole-heartedly to make changes. By taking the Goji Challenge and making the commitment to eat healthier and exercise daily, I have lost a total of six pounds and eight and a half inches.

Before Goji Play, I had a hard time sticking with a workout program. I would go full force for a week and then my interest would dwindle. Goji play keeps me motivated by helping me pass the time doing my cardio workout. On the days I didn't feel up to working out, I would tell myself "just do 10 minutes." I'd start playing games and, before I know it, 45 minutes had gone by and I'd finished my cardio for the day.

Read More