If you’re anything like me, you love the Christmas and New Year period. It’s a great time to take a break from work, relax, spend time with the family … and definitely eat, drink and be merry! It’s also a time when it can be difficult to maintain your fitness and nutrition. On the nutrition
I’ve been a bit quiet on the blog front in the last couple of weeks. The main reason is that I’ve been in Thailand! I put up a whole lot of posts and videos on my social media accounts about it – please check them out if you haven’t already! I’m also part way through
Let’s talk habits. Why focus on habits? Surely there are a lot of quicker ways to lose weight and get fit in time for the beach? Well, maybe there are. Maybe you can jump on the latest paleo / ketogenic / low-carb / low-calorie / low-food / detox diet, and also join the gym and
(Note: this is the third and final post in a three part series) Over the last two weeks I’ve told you all about my journey. In my first post I described my lifestyle in my 20s, how I did a terrible job of looking after myself, and how that was impacting myself and my family.
(Note: this is the second post in a three part series) Last week I told you a bit about my background – what my lifestyle was like in my 20s, how I failed to look after myself, and how that was impacting myself and my family. I also told you how I realised that I