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We had yet another great session on Tuesday, August 11th that focused on healthy desserts and recipes from Clean Creations and Lola Bees. Also, the founders of Pivotal Perspectives Life Coaching gave us a few simple but overlooked tips on achieving daily success. I would like to give them all a special thank you for their amazing insight and delicious samples!

Life Coaching Tips from Pivotal Perspectives Life Coaching

  • Set some life and fitness goals to build motivation
  • Have an optimistic view on life
  • Look for ways to relieve stress whether it is writing or doing a session with us at PFRX!

Kimberly and Ann are the founders of Pivotal Perspectives Life Coaching. They provide people with a new and objective perspectives in order for them to deal with a personal or family struggles. Their coaching is research-based and include some of the following methods.

  • Clarifying goals, values and any barriers to success
  • Helping with the creation of new thought patterns
  • Providing a framework for designing an action plan
  • And finally, offering resources for information, skill building and strategy development.

Healthy desserts…SERIOUSLY?!

The session turned to sweet, sweet heaven when Lola Bee’s showed us that we can have a sweet homemade snack before or after your workout that won’t cause regret! The best part is that we have the recipe for her AMAZING Chocolate Almond Butter Bites, which are also available at the Clean Creations site.

Chocolate Almond Bites

  • Mini muffin pan (molding purposes)
  • ½ cup Almond Butter (Kirkland brand preferred)
  • 2 tbsp raw local honey
  • ½ tsp 100% organic vanilla
  • 1 tsp cinnamon powder
  • A dash of sea salt (no more than a ¼ tsp)
  • Ghirardelli dark chocolate


  • Use a double boiler to melt chocolate
  • Fill muffin liner with a ¼ of melted chocolate then add a small spoonful of almond butter on top.
  • Fill the rest of the area with chocolate (make sure you cover the almond butter)
  • IMPORTANT: Lightly shake or tap muffin pan against the counter to even out the substances
  • Stick in the freezer for about 20 minutes
  • ENJOY!


  1. November 25, 2015

    Hi Para i familiaku,If you like coeikos, then try this. It’s really ez & good!Hi Anonymous,This recipe is really ez. Actually, when I went to attend my baking course, we were taught that washing is part & parcel of baking. Many people are just put off by washing, while I’m not. I do admit that I have a helper, but most of time, I did everything by myself, including washing, excluding keeping! Hahaha…That I have to qualify.For me, I usually keep all those common ingredients together – sugar, flour, eggs etc around the same place. My things are kept all over the place, but the good thing is, I know where to find what (though I have like hundreds of stuff around). I prepare all my ingredients, weigh them all before starting on my creaming/mixing. I also get my trays, baking paper, oven all ready before I start. So when I start, it’s like a production worker, one after another. From creaming to dropping all the batter on the trays, took about 25mins or less. Weighing and preparing took about 15mins, then it’s into the oven to bake. I only preheat my oven when I’m half way through dropping my batter. So that my oven dun get heated for too long.Sometimes, the oven waited too long for the pans. Other times, it was just nice.I hope that will encourage you to bake. After that, it’s washing. So to include washing, it’ll take about an hour or slightly more? Enjoy your baking, washing is part of baking. The interesting thing about baking, to me, is the process. The final product is a bonus!

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