All tagged wellbeing

Mind Your Mouth

“Oh no, I am eating something ‘bad’. I can’t believe I am doing this again." This thought process of a ‘mindless’ eater gets stuck in a loop, with additional layers of self-loathing added in with each repetition, while stripping away self-esteem at an equally damaging rate.

Take Away Tips for Top Nutrition

If  you want to improve the way your body feels, and the way it functions and performs and also the way it looks – and if you want to do all three simultaneously – what guidelines should you follow? We ask our Naturopath / Nutritionist Irene Hunt her top tips for nutrition in women over 35.

Focusing on the Real Triumph

It is hard to encapsulate in words what signing up for my first triathlon signified in the overall story of my life. In many ways, it was the epitome of my new, fearless approach to living. I had called off the war on my body and was fearlessly pursuing all the activities I had always wanted to do, but never felt were within my grasp; such as running, and above all, a triathlon.

Taking Time Out from the Tiger

Modern lifestyles are full of stressors and balancing daily responsibilities with our competing desires for health, adventure and playfulness is a fine balance. Whilst juggling the balls, it is easy to find oneself continuously running away from the tiger, to the detriment of our health, femininity and energy.

Authentic Dreaming

It’s no secret that I am passionate about promoting the journeys and stories of adventurous women. It is indisputable that we draw inspiration from the endeavours of others, and this inspiration is often the catalyst for growth and goal setting in our own lives.  Recently, however, I can’t help but notice a tendency within myself and others to leap into adventures that were perhaps someone else’s dream, not our own.