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It’s not expensive to eat healthy, That’s a bold statement when, as I write this, kiwifruit are selling at over $7/kg.  But hear me out. I can write about this because I do it.  I have lived it, even in times of uncertainty, on a very low budget, and living week to week.  I still...
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I hear you asking “what on earth do you mean there is no junk food???” Well, I’ll finish the sentence for you. There is no junk food – there is only junk and there is only food – another Dr Libby statement.
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Too often I come across women who are run ragged from looking after everyone else.  They are frazzled, stressed and vibrate an energy of chaos.  I see what they can’t, or don’t want to, or have blocked. When asked, “what do you do for yourself? To take time out? To fill your own cup?” I...
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Our health is a direct reflection of lifestyle – how we move our bodies, how we nourish our bodies, how we think about things, the amount of stress we allow in.
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That’s a scary thought isn’t it?  How frustrating is it when your body won’t respond the way you want it to?  Why does it keep storing fat cells?  Why don’t I have energy?  Why does everything seem so hard??? Here is the thing.  Our bodies will respond to the environment that we put them in....
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Is calorie counting outdated?  The basic premise is that if you are trying to lose weight then on a daily basis you should be consuming less calories than your body burns.  Then with the power of the compound effect, you will lose weight over a period of time. I’ve done it before.  In my 20’s...
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Sharing what I have learned about habits, and happiness. This is a video I filmed for my client group but I thought it was worth sharing here too. I also go off on a wee tangent about confirmation bias and habits. In it’s very basic form Confirmation Bias is when you think something and your...
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​I heard this statement "are you a thermostat or are you a thermometer" earlier this week. And I really liked it. If you think about it, the basic difference is that a thermometer responds to the environment while a thermostat sets the environment.
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