Have you ever attempted a fast/detox/cleanse?
I like to do one at least once a year usually around January, but spring is also a great time of year to dust away the cobwebs in your health. I don’t know about you but the winter brings out the worst in me and loving food the way I do I can’t help but indulge when it’s cold outside. So now the sun is making an appearance every now and then I am as motivated as ever.
Joining the gym and buddying up with my hubby again after 9 years has meant many a discussion on diet and fitness.
One of our main discussions is the amount of protein one needs in the diet when working out and what is the best way to get it. On this we have very different views, however on a health level I think I won this battle.
Are you thinking of avoiding the usual Christmas family dinner this year because you don't want to be the centre of attention when the food is served?
Don't get defensive, get smart.
Plan your menu ahead of time and prepare your responses to food comments to avoid any conflict or arguments.
Read on to discover my tips for a family dinner with no food dramas.
Have you run out of space to store your clothes/possessions? Are you sick or rummaging in your wardrobes to find those black leggings you haven't worn for a while?
Clearing out clutter is not a lot of fun but it is necessary to shift the clutter every now and then. It is good for your health to let go and free yourself of emotional attachment so you can clear your mind and make way for new opportunities.
Being a long term Vegan you learn to deal with sceptics and difficult people in a certain way, I've been around the block a few times and my strategies are simple yet effective. Don't get upset about your friends and family for not understanding and not joining you as a vegan, be tactful and patient. Read on to hear my tactics and tips which will keep the peace and keep everyone happy.