1. Drink water You’ve probably heard this time and time again, and I hate to seem like a nag because I do enough of that offline (just ask my husband and kids!), but drinking enough water really is that important. Image by Photo Mix Our bodies are around 60-75% water after all, and each of… Continue reading 5 Easy Ways to Fight Fatigue Right NOW!
The term 'intermittent fasting' seems to be coming up a lot lately, so I thought I'd look into it, and see what all the fuss is about. Is it just another fad diet released into the world to confuse us even more about what we should be eating and when we should be eating it?… Continue reading What is Intermittent Fasting?
Ok, so you've made it through Christmas. You've caught up with all of the rellies, ate and drank way too much, beat your backyard cricket highest run score from last year, and you've been eating Christmas leftovers for 3 or 4 days now. And now you can see past the "I'll worry about that after… Continue reading Get a Jump-start on Your New Year’s Resolution(s)
Yes, it's that time again - the time to be jolly and merry, happy and joyous! I love Christmas, I really do. I love the decorations, the carols, the lights, heck, even the crowds! Christmas can be the most wonderful time of the year. Christmas can also be the most stressful, and exhausting time of… Continue reading ‘Tis the Season (6 tips to get you through it)
A superfood is essentially any food marketed as such. Yep, it’s just a marketing term! Foods commonly referred to as being superfoods include: blueberries, kale, sweet potato, chia seeds, cacao, green tea, acai berries, salmon, and many more. Superfoods are supposedly high in nutrients...
The day I hit “restart” on my life was so typical and ordinary it’s almost ridiculous to write about it all of these years later, but I do want to write about it, because that ordinary day led to the extraordinary place I find myself in now – a published author, nurse health coach, blogger...
Hope. It’s a little word that makes a big difference. Hope. I remember the day I lost it – sitting in a rheumatologist’s office. Hope. I remember the day I found it again – lying on my couch exhausted and in pain. Hope. It can mean the difference between life and death. I saw the… Continue reading Hope