Is it possible to love yourself and still have the desire to lose weight? I mean, self-love is all about loving and accepting yourself for who you are right now, while desires to lose weight seems to be in opposition to that, right? Honestly, I don't agree. Self-love, like love in itself, isn't just … Continue reading Weight loss and Self-love – Can they coexist?
This week for the #activebabeschallenge (click the hastag to sign up) our Wednesday Workout comes from Emma Smith (The Empire Bodyshop). Emma is a Personal Trainer based in Brisbane, providing mobile training sessions to the Logan area. She's really excited about joining the #activebabeschallenge and has a passion for supporting the sisterhood - love it! … Continue reading #activebabeschallenge Wednesday Workout (week 1) with Emma Smith from The Empire Bodyshop
I'm sure you've heard that one of the fantastic benefits of exercise, especially when it comes to your mental wellbeing, is that it boosts endorphins - right? But it can do SO much more than that, because of one simple mechanism, and I am going to make it really easy for you to understand. Hopefully, … Continue reading Exercise and Mental Wellbeing – it’s not just about endorphins #mentalhealthweek
With increased awareness and understanding, over 17% of the Australian population (that's 3.7 million people) are avoiding particular foods due to allergy or intolerance. Whenever I meet someone new, one of the most common things I am told about or asked about is that person's (or their friend or family member's) food intolerance or allergy, … Continue reading How to Live (Happily) with Food Intolerance
It's been about six months now that I've been living without a car. I mean, I do own one, its just sitting in a paddock somewhere in Wodonga quietly rusting until I save up enough to get it running again. Anyway, here in Brisbane I don't have a car, so I've had to figure out … Continue reading What I’ve Learnt from not Having a Car
At the start of this year I posted a photo of a list of my resolutions for the year which came back into my awareness last night. When I looked at them I realised I had stuck to a lot of them, while some others that weren't achieved were simply beyond my control. I remember … Continue reading Looking Back, Looking Forward