These fajitas had rave reviews with the participants of my Nutrition Course. And I halved the spices and even my fussy children ate them!read more
I did I hard thing the other day. I said “No” to someone. Why is it so hard to say no? Is it FOMO? A sense of responsibility? Because we don’t want to anger or disappoint people?
Whatever the reason we find it hard to say no, there is a deep sense of empowerment to be had by saying No more often…read more
Sometimes you just want a nice a simple soup! Easy to make and with none of the shop-bought nasties…
Fun fact: I hated mushrooms as a child and drove my mum mad picking them out of everything. Nowadays I add mushrooms to loads of meals and erm, I love them. Sorry mum!read more
I had an argument with my coach the other week. Except in was just in my head, because I haven’t got that relationship with him where I can actually have an argument. So I had the conversation in my head instead.
This is how it went:
Yes I know I should be doing X and not Y during a jump*
But I can’t actually do it. I’ve tried not to do Y. But it doesn’t work.
I need something else. I need to find the root cause. I need a strategy. I need to break it down. I need a technique.
Just telling me “you did X again” I want you to do Y. It doesn’t work!
These almond banana pancakes may take a couple of attempts to get the consistency just right. But I promise they’re worth it. Totally lovely!read more
Intrinsic Self-Worth – do you know what that is?
Best explained via a story…
I was being interviewed (I know, right!) by a friend and awesome coach (of the life and business type) recently and I remembered this story I heard.read more
I don’t mean sea views and rock pools.
I mean coasting, as in not really going anywhere.
It’s been exactly one year since my car accident and resultant whiplash.read more
This is a great breakfast or lunch. It packs 38g protein per serving and takes about 15 minutes to prepare.read more
Wake up to this fab energising smoothie.read more
I’m on a quest to expand my repertoire of family meals. My kids (6 and 8) are fussy eaters – in particular they don’t like things mixed together. As a result we eat alot of meat and 2 veg. Or fish and 2 veg. Or chicken and 2 veg. You get the picture. It’s really boring for the adults.
So I’m trying this broccoli and turkey stirfry this weekend. Becasue they like noodles, And turkey. And broccoli… It’s super simple but should be quite tasty too.
We shall see!read more