Living eulogies

He’s gone, from this life anyway…but it’s not goodbye, it’s ‘see ya next time.’ And how lovely to see all the words everyone has shared to describe him, his beautiful impact on their world. So many words…from people I know and so many I don’t. To see the lives he enriched, those he welcomed, embraced, …

Life lessons

Dear Lynn, Here are a few things I’d love you to have know many years ago, life wisdom I’ve picked up along the way. It might hurt, but always tell the truth – honesty has always been one of your core values, stay true to itTreat yourself with kindnessYou have unique gifts to give the …

Being OK…

Life is a series of uncertainties, and….that’s OK. But, the struggle comes because, as humans, we want to have control and explanations for pretty much everything. We feel it helps us stay somewhere in the sane category and keeps those anxiety feelings at bay. But, by definition, life really is a series of uncertain happenings. …

Working from home – finding a balance

Finding ways to achieve relaxation when you’re working from home can be a challenge. Be it that you are wearing numerous hats as a small business owner — from customer service to balancing the books, shipping orders, and more, or saving overheads and working from the home office, or more recently, been placed at home for …

Helping you thrive in the midst of change

Brought to you by Natural Athlete and Unwind Chiropractic – helping you thrive in the midst of change Tired by 10am? Health is not just what you’re eating, it’s what you’re thinking, saying and your external environment. Routine is so important right now. Whilst our usual activities and reasons for getting up-and-at-it have changed, our …

Working from home – healthy snacks

Have you struck up a new relationship with your fridge and pantry since working from home? Feeling maybe you’re eating a little more frequently and craving something yummy and nutritious? Try one of these easy, healthy snack recipes for some wholesome nutrition without the guilt 🙂 Oat and nut slice 3 cups rolled oats½ cup …

Quick and easy recipes for keeping the germs at bay

Fruit and veg wash In order to stop the spread of bugs and germs, washing your fruit and vegetables is key. But giving them a quick rinse with water often isn’t enough. A simple homemade veg wash solution is great for cleaning off pesticides and bacteria. Vinegar is the key ingredient in this recipe. And …

Extending the lifespan

This blog is gonna get a bit ‘sciencey’…bear with me… It’s about cells, or more precisely, the mitochondria – the powerhouse of our cells, providing most of our cellular energy requirements. They have bacterial origins that have become normal constituents of the cells in our body that produce the energy needed for cell growth and …

Marathon running – longevity for arteries?

Both training and completing a marathon improves the health of a new runner’s arteries, a new, London-based study suggests. The study looked at 138 novice runners undertaking the London Marathon. The results – four years improvement in artery age 🙂 Over six months of training: their arteries regained some youthful elasticity, which has a positive …

Changing the game?

The Netflix documentary ‘The Game Changers’ has generated a lot of interesting debate of late – with some strong opinions on the topic of vegan/vegetarian diets vs. meat-eaters. With high protein foods & beverages gaining more popularity in the health and wellbeing market in the last few years, knowing what you need – depending on …