Stress for the successful woman – Is it sabotaging your weight loss?

I just can’t balance it all. Work deadlines, kids sport, financial obligations, commitments to family, integrity with friends, balancing health, it’s just too much. The obligations and requirements in the daily life of a woman can become overwhelming, taxing and most of all – stressful. Stress is your body’s response to certain challenging or dangerousContinue reading “Stress for the successful woman – Is it sabotaging your weight loss?”

How to quit the ‘stress-relief’ glass of wine

Stressful day at work, fight with the partner, friends birthday, cousin’s wedding, school holidays, family vacation, date night, heart break, to feel happy, to feel relaxed, to calm down, to let loose, to have fun, no doubt about it, there’s lots of different reasons we choose to pick up a glass of wine. The consumptionContinue reading “How to quit the ‘stress-relief’ glass of wine”

2 minutes for your health and wellbeing.

Dance. “Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass, it’s about learning to dance in the rain” Vivian Greene Many of us are familiar with this quote in the form of a sign on a bathroom door, sticker on the back of a car or keyring slogan, how many of us though have stoppedContinue reading “2 minutes for your health and wellbeing.”

2 minutes for your health and wellbeing.

Stress. “Stress is not caused by your busy life or challenging circumstances, it’s simply the result of an imbalance between silence and activity.“ Jerry Thomas Stressed, overwhelmed, tired, fatigued, overstretched, pressured, I think all of us can relate to feeling one or all of these emotions at one point or another. There’s no denying theContinue reading “2 minutes for your health and wellbeing.”

Breaking Habits

Well sh*t. I’ve just eaten a bowl of cereal, nineteen almonds, the seven remaining shortbread creams, my fourth packet of popcorn and a half a tub of ice cream…and it’s 10:30am…and it’s the fourth time this week.  It’s now common knowledge that habits are essentially what make up our days, months, years and eventually lives.Continue reading “Breaking Habits”

2 minutes for your health and wellbeing.

Busy. “Never get so busy making a living that you forget to make a life” Dolly Parton With the average human spending over 90,000 hours at work over their lifetime, there’s no doubt that the majority of us will spend a whole lot of our waking hours trying to make a living. Whether you’re someoneContinue reading “2 minutes for your health and wellbeing.”

The psychology of eating.

The complexities of the human mind and its functions have long been linked to various factors when it comes to our eating. Eating behaviours, which broadly encompasses our food related choices, desires and problems, is something we all experience daily.  Our own specific eating behaviours are learned at a young age and are either solidifiedContinue reading “The psychology of eating.”