I'm a coach for health-conscious women who are ready to stop dieting, body comparing and letting their life revolve around food.
By occasionally colouring outside the lines we can sustain long-term habits and behaviours. We’re missing the point when all we focus on is food groups, calorie counting, and proportion control.
I called it 'coffee defeat' and took myself home to whip up what I know and love: Turmeric Home Brew Coffee
A homemade batch of cookies with the perfect balance of savoury-sweet! An easy whip of tahini-caramel and chocolate nibs defying the all original choc-chip cookie.
The more our lives and eating habits are in balance, the more often we are in the right place in the right time, accelerating and capturing positive, meaningful coincidences.
Roast chicken and veg is simple, cheap and somewhat forgiving meal that can literally be turned inside out to produce multiple rich and super nutritious meals from the by-product of leftover chewed on wings, carcass and jelly from a chicken roast.
With our apartment lease running up, we made a bold decision for change, we packed our travel bags, put all of our apartment into storage and were on a flight to New York City!
Gratitude. Don’t let this seemingly simple concept fool you. Like many things in life, we know what we should do. So often the struggle is carving out the time and commitment to invest in ourselves.
This risotto is great for for packed leftovers. Its a super portable take-to-work salad. You can add oven baked fish or tinned tuna, sardines or mackrel to bulk out the proportions.
This Raspberry Coconut Yogurt Slice doubles as a breakfast packable for mornings you need to run and takes less than 25 mins to whip up
We've hit mid Jan, you've settled back into more of a routine, you've packed some healthy salads to take to work (meal prep, check!) and getting to the gym a few extra times a week. All is well on the New Year, New You front -- yeah?