Tag: family

How I supported my own stress and anxiety journey

How I supported my own stress and anxiety journey

This last fortnight has been a massive roller-coaster for myself; mentally, physically and emotionally in a way I have never quiet experienced before – I have felt flat, anxious, tense throughout my body, clenching my jaw, sitting hunched with my shoulders up at my ears […]

My top tips to keep you feeling your best this Christmas

My top tips to keep you feeling your best this Christmas

Christmas in my family is known for its indulgence with corpus amounts of food especially on the ‘big’ day. However, every year I feel that Christmas celebrations appear to go on for longer and longer with work functions, catching up with friends, family functions and […]

Life, stress, adrenal fatigue plus some of my non-negotiable’s

Life, stress, adrenal fatigue plus some of my non-negotiable’s

Kids are amazing! They bring so much love, passion and happiness into our lives. And while it can be extremely testing at times we are all in the same boat as the mum next to us even if it doesn’t feel like it or you […]

Self care series #2 –  Is the food you’re eating nourishing you on all levels?

Self care series #2 –  Is the food you’re eating nourishing you on all levels?

Today we are delving into the topic of self care even further, specifically how it relates to the food you choose to nourish your body with. Of all the area’s of health and wellbeing, how we feed ourselves is the most direct reflection our digestive […]

Self Care Series – meditation

Self Care Series – meditation

Self care – What is it and why do you need it in your life Self-care is a very underrated area of health, and is absolutely essential if you want to have fabulous long term health and wellness. The term self-care relates to any intentional […]

Anxiety and the gut brain connection

Anxiety and the gut brain connection

Anxiety and what it has to do with our digestive system Many of us are familiar with the sensation of butterflies in our stomach when we feel nervous, stressed or anxious. Sometimes we even say we feel ‘sick to our stomach’ over emotional events. We […]

Support your digestive system to reduce your risk of colds and flu’s

Support your digestive system to reduce your risk of colds and flu’s

My household has already had its first lot of colds for the year- with two little munchkins in childcare, moving house, Easter indulgence and the amount of outdoor work & play in rain or shine that we do continual support for our immune systems is […]

Why Vitamin C is more than just your cold and flu vitamin

Why Vitamin C is more than just your cold and flu vitamin

A couple of weeks ago I had an extremely stressful and exhausting week, with my youngest bub being admitted to hospital with initially suspected bronchiolitis, then meningitis, then downgraded to a viral throat infection to then bumped back up to a staph infection- with the […]

Does your ‘stuff’ make you feel stress, anxious or over worked?

Does your ‘stuff’ make you feel stress, anxious or over worked?

For the last month, I have been focusing on reducing the amount on ‘things’ that I have so, every day for the month of January I have got rid of one thing a day. This has been actually a lot harder than it sounds- deciding […]