Monthly Archives: January 2015

Baby steps to better health

I often get the impression that some people get very overwhelmed when faced with the idea of changing their eating habits. They are keen to try something new (because what they are currently doing is not working for them), but they just never actually get started. Besides, which diet does one follow ….. and what are the rules of each game? The thing is,  you won’t know what is going to work best for you in terms of health and weight loss until you get going and try. So I want to give some idea of the baby steps you can take to move you closer towards better health, and a flatter tummy. Once you have the basics established, it will be much easier to take further steps as your knowledge grows, and you come to a better understanding about your own body and what food it needs to thrive.

The first step towards getting somewhere is to decide that you are not going to stay where you are. – John Pierpont Morgan Read the rest of this entry

What I have learned

I always love the start of a new year. There is something so hopeful and exciting about it. I reflect on my goals and about what new opportunities potentially lie ahead. I have also learned to expect challenges. But as they say, “What doesn’t kill you, makes you stronger”. Our difficulties teach us about our strength, resilience, faith and ability to endure. We are not perfect beings. Failure will bite us in the bum at some point – but I reckon the best thing to do is to turn around and bite it back. Read the rest of this entry