Embracing Your Flaws:: Featured Post

I know it’s been quite a while since I’ve written a piece for you guys, but I’ve finally found some inspiration, and I’ve been featured on the Endeavour College of Natural Health blog, ‘Wellspring’, with a piece that is all about embracing your flaws.

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As someone who has overcome a lot of self-doubt and poor self-esteem, I’m a big believer in the power of learning to love yourself, so this post gives you a step-by-step guide to do that, with the dorky-style brilliance you can usually expect from yours truly. I’ve tried not to make it too “woo-woo” – because, let’s be honest, that doesn’t always resonate with me – but sometimes you have to get a bit weird and gushy about yourself in order to truly appreciate who you are. It’s not like anyone is going to see or hear you doing it, so the way I see it, is that it doesn’t really matter what you look or sound like when you do, especially if it means you get to feel so much better about yourself!

After you’ve read it, let me know in the comments below – what is something you love about yourself?


Don’t forget to grab a ticket to my Nutrition for Fatigue workshop tomorrow night at Little Tokyo Two, Spring Hill, Brisbane, 6pm-7.30

My Top 5 Tips to Increase Energy:: Part 3

Fatigue can be quite debilitating, but luckily, there are many natural and easy ways to overcome fatigue and boost your energy, enabling you to achieve everything that you need to day-to-day.

Below is Part 3 of my 5 Top Tips for Increasing Energy. These short videos are give you quick strategies that are easy to put into your day – even when you do feel too tired! You can view Part 1 here and Part 2 here.

Don’t forget that my Nutrition for REAL People workshop: Nutrition for Fatigue is 6pm, Wednesday, 24th June – which is next week! For your chance to get a more in-depth understanding of fatigue and achievable strategies to give you long-lasting energy, make sure you book your ticket, as seats are limited.

A Day in the Life: What THIS nutritionist eats

I always say that healthy eating doesn’t need to be complicated to get results, and since I get asked a lot about what my diet looks like, I thought I would share with you a bit of a “day in the life”. It’s no muss, no fuss, whole foods and lots of variety.

Don’t forget to checkout my giveaway on my Facebook page, which ends TOMORROW MORNING 

And if you want some specific diet and lifestyle tips and recipes and you live in Brisbane, check out my next workshop, Nutrition for Fatigue, 6pm, 24th June 2015 at Little Tokyo Two

5 Tips for Productivity (from someone who has been pretty bad at it in the past)

You know, working from home, or alone can be super hard sometimes, right? Well, it is for me at least.

But I’m having one of those I’m-on-a-freaking-ROLL moments right now due to a whole host of things that have happened over the last few weeks, so I thought I’d share the, uh, “secrets to my success” (yes, getting shit done is a measure of success for me, even if I don’t yet have much to show for it) because exams are also a thing that are happening for people, and I think you guys could totally benefit from the things I’ve learned while flailing about.

1. Get yourself a planner system of some sort

This seems obvious, but DUDE – I have been struggling with my system all year and it totally sucks.

I had a diary – nope!

I used To-Do lists – nope!

I tried online planners – NOPETY NOPE NOPE NOPE!

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We all need to stop judging

I am absolutely sick to death of hearing people judge other people.

It happens everywhere; among my friends, on Facebook (of course), the “news”, on blogs and even among a group of fellow practitioners who have been taught, like I have, to view every human being with unconditional positive regard. And it just makes me so frustrated!

Are you perfect? No, you’re not! You are human, and so are they, so kindly shut up!

Dr John Demartini puts it perfectly when he says that

Everything you see in others is a reflection of what actually exists within you, though you may be too humble or too proud to admit it

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