Category: Body

Mid-life crisis? Here’s what to do:

A 2018 research study found that: Women identified the most challenging aspects of midlife as changing family relationships, re-balancing work/personal life, re-discovering self, securing enough resources, and coping with multiple co-occurring stressors. https://rdcu.be/cNCA6 If you’ve got a lot going on at the moment and you’re searching for a better balance in life… you’re not alone!

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The 3 best exercises for weight loss

Let’s start by saying: Your intention when exercising should never be to lose weight! NEVER! The ability to exercise is a celebration for what your body can do, it’s not a punishment for eating too much. If your intention is to lose weight, you should be addressing your diet first and foremost. However, most people

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4 steps to create a healthy routine

Research consistently shows that having a daily routine is important for our health – especially our mental health! And here’s just a few of the benefits: Decreases stress levels Improves eating habits Improves sleep Improves productivity Improves focus Allows you to be more effective with your time A daily routine is like a security blanket

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5 steps to combat chronic inflammation

Inflammation is the body’s natural response to try and heal itself from illness or injury. When something damages our cells, our bodies release chemicals that trigger a response from our our immune system. However there are 2 types: Acute Inflammation. Chronic Inflammation Acute inflammation usually only lasts a few days or maybe even hours, whereas

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How to begin your weight loss journey

Embarking on a new lifestyle (because that is what this is going to be) can be very overwhelming and the last thing you want to add in to your life right now is more stress and overwhelm. In this video I talk you through all the different options that you have available and then I

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Cooly Getaway 2022

We’ve just returned from our 6th SBF GETAWAY and even though a major flooding situation was happening in Brisbane, there was nothing that was going to stop us having yet another cracker of a weekend away! Day 1: Thursday Our destination for the second time running was at Coolangatta on the Qld / NSW coastal

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How an Action board will benefit you

An Action board is a tool that allows you to focus on your goals and inspires you to take action. It’s not a dream board or a vision board, it’s an ACTION board. Here’s a 16 min live recording where I explain exactly what it is and how you go about creating one: Or if

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How to get back on track

Maybe you’re on the rebound from a recent illness or injury… Maybe you’ve just finished a hectic few weeks at work… Maybe you’ve had a big weekend celebrating… Or maybe you’ve just lost your mojo. Whatever the reason, at this point, it’s irrelevant. We need to get back into a healthy routine ASAP and I

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4 Basic rules to weight loss

If you’ve got weight to lose, these are the 4 big basic rules you need to follow. Anyone can do these, and not only will they help you lose weight, you’ll also: Improve your health. Become more focused. Enjoy more energy. Save money. Have a more positive outlook on life… and the list goes on!

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6 tips if you’re sick or injured

If you’re someone who loves physical activity, there’s nothing more frustrating than when you become injured or sick and unable to do what you LOVE doing! Usually the best solution to full recovery and getting back in the game sooner is rest, but how do you continue working toward your health and fitness goals while you’re resting? Here’s a 6 min

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Are you a perfectionist? Here’s 5 Steps to help you change.

There’s a big difference between perfectionists and high achievers… the main one being that perfectionists tend to achieve less and stress more than high achievers. Here’s why: 1: Perfectionists accept nothing less than perfection whilst high achievers are satisfied with doing an excellent job. 2: Perfectionists are more critical of themselves and others, often picking

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