The leaves are starting to change color and the air is getting cooler, it can only mean one thing, Fall is right around the corner. 

A lot of people get discouraged this time of year as Summer winds down and the cold days of winter will be soon approaching. The fitness routine you were all vamped up to start at the beginning of Summer has now dwindled down and you find yourself in a slump. 

Have no fear, give yourself a Fresh Fall Start!  I find that fall is a great place to restart your health and fitness regimen if you have fell off the wagon. After all, school has started back, the kids are away, you may just be able to find that extra bit of time you need to get back on track.   The air outside is cooler and that means a brisk morning walk is perfect, and if mornings aren’t your cup of tea, try a great evening walk. The hot and humid days of summer are gone so your walks will now be more comfortable.
The abundant availability of fresh fruits and vegetables like apples and squash will keep your eating habits on track. Apples make wonderful snacks in between meals. There are so many varieties of apples and many recipes that can be made with apples. 
September doesn’t have to make you depressed and down, let it REFRESH you and get buckled and back in the saddle again! It is never too late to get healthy and fit. 

Beth Davis, @PlusSizeMommy, is a 34 year old Christian mommy of 4. She has been married to her husband for 13 years. She was also a Foster mommy to two adorable boys for a year. It was one of the hardest things in the world when they had to leave.
In addition to spending time with family and her love for animals, Beth likes traveling, swimming, computer and board games, scrapbooking, gardening, crafting and cooking.  Beth is also a huge Pittsburgh Steeler fan!
After a rewarding Child Care career working with Pre-K children, Beth decided to become a Stay at Home Mom (SAHM) to raise her 4 children.
Born and raised in the suburbs of Pittsburgh, PA, Beth is involved in her church and the Parents Association and her community. She feels extremely blessed and loves to help people be happy. Her philosophy in life is to “never judge people”. Beth’s blog is