About Me

Hey yal, I’m Tarra

I’m a married SAHM mom. I met my hubby, Brian when I was 18 years old. We had a rocky past but ended up sticking it out. We got married when I was 22 and haven’t really looked back. We have a beautiful family including us, my daughter Vivian, my son LB, and my stepdaughter Alaila. (Ages 4 months, 4 years and 12 as I write). You can watch me and hubby on our YouTube channel, Out of the Blue.

One of the first things people notice about me is my hair. I was relaxed from age 12-18. I went natural in 2009. I grew my hair to bra strap length – then cut it to a TWA taper in 2012. I started growing it back out when I got pregnant with my son in 2014. I’ve dyed and cut often, but and I’m about mid back length now.

After having my son, LB – I went through a rough patch. I was a new mom, nursing, and we moved hundreds of miles to our new home in Kentucky. I turned to food and then became prediabetic and even more depressed. Then, I decided to turn to fitness. Brian is a personal trainer and strength coach so he wanted to help me – but I HATE gyms and also hate hating him when we train. I started doing at home workouts.

I ended up losing over 20 lbs. after realizing how great this program worked for me – I wanted to try some other Beachbody programs, and I wanted to help others get results too. I became a coach in 2016, just hoping to earn enough to cover my supplements. I quickly started completing other programs (insanity max 30, hammer and chisel, 21 day fix, etc. z

Ar the time I was still working in Pharma by day (I’m a chemist by degree but currently work in quality systems). I left my job in December 2017 to work as a coach from home while my husband worked on getting our family business (CSS Wellness) up and running.

Since having Vivian in March 2019 (by unmedicated vaginal birth after cesearan) I have taken a step back from coaching. I still workout of course! And I still coach as a hobby and can help you with fitness goals – but I focus more on this blog and our YouTube channel, Out of the Blue.

I have a passion for fitness and hair and family so that’s what I blog about. I’m learning more about myself every day as I strive to settle into this new phase of life.

This is my life. I hope you enjoy.