It’s getting to that time where I’m itching to workout, I really am. But I need to rest… I need to listen to my body now that I’m 32 weeks pregnant. And unfortunately in doing that, I’ve gone the other way and am shoveling cake in my system like it’s going out of fashion! HOWEVER, with that in mind, I have just received (upon request), some new dumbbell weights for my birthday, in preparation for when I’ve had the little one, or even if I’m having a particularly good day before hand, where a mini workout wouldn’t be such a bad thing. Continue reading
It’s funny – you (and by ‘you’ I mean those like minded to me, which isn’t everyone of course) strive to be in shape, fit, healthy, toned and looking your best, on and off, for many years of your life. Continue reading
Gender. It’s become quite a subject of discussion in this generation, no? It’s a brave one to address I’m aware, particularly when it has no direct affect on me. Unless you take into account that I have a child that is growing in this already confusing world, which quite frankly, is pretty direct. So let’s call a spade a spade here… Continue reading
What’s your definition of a balanced diet? Is it keeping check of your various proteins and fats? Is it counting calories? Is it making sure your plate is always colourful and full of veg? Continue reading
2019 is set to be a big year – but doesn’t every year start off feeling that way? Continue reading
As always this time of year, I start to feel freshly motivated for the coming year ahead. That usually means picking up my blogging again, jumping back on the healthy routine wagon and staying focused on keeping a healthy mind.
I’ve recently learnt (after scrolling through my personal – and private – Instagram account), that my main interests in life are family, food, exercise, keeping a healthy mind, beauty and reading. So those are the things I’m going to incorporate more in this blog – if that’s ok with you of course! Continue reading
This generations way of life is fast paced. Everything is a rush. There’s not enough time in the day. There’s too much to experience… family, holidays, work, social life, hobbies, sports, interests – and that’s all without the mundane day to day tasks – washing, cleaning, ironing, shopping, life admin, forms, applications, phone calls, and not to mention the daily emotions we sometimes struggle to cope with – stress, anger, frustration, upset, grief, elation… the list is endless and it’s a whole lot for our mind and bodies to keep up with. Continue reading