Getting stuff done: goal setting, micro moves, visibility & accountability

Image: person in sneakers running up steps. Photo by Bruno Nascimento on Unsplash. Everyone is busy. Everyone has 50 million things to do. And yet some people manage to get a stack load of stuff done. And we all have the same 24 hours in a day. It got […]

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Sayonara 2020

My 2020 started in Port Douglas. Ocean swims, dolphins, fun, sun and far too much food. Good times! Nek minnite, we experienced bushfires, pandemic, iso lockdowns, change in working environment, home schooling, toilet paper hoarding, lines at the supermarket, blank grocery shelves, a resurgence in sourdough baking, […]

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Ground, centring, self care in a turbulent time

During times of turmoil and ambiguity, we can become unsettled, anxious, and disconnected from the anchors that we draw emotional strength from. More than one-third of Australians feel disconnected from family and friends at the moment. People in those industries that haven’t stopped during this period are […]

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Sunday Funday v Sunday Scaries

I’m sure many people aren’t fans of Monday mornings.  How about Sunday afternoons? Turns out those feelings of worry and anxiety through to overwhelm and dread that start mid to late afternoon on a Sunday are experienced by many people.  Whether you call them Sunday Scaries, Sunday […]

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52 Weeks to a new me?

Wow, long time, no blog?!  You can tell I get most of my work through referrals 🙂 I’ve been randomly yet consistently posting my weekly healthy habit on my Facebook page and it occurred to me that I hadn’t really explained the purpose, other than ‘this is […]

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Coup de foudre and 7 Habits

It’s fair to say I have started 2016 with a live changing coup de foudre! And not the good kind. It really is the darkest moments that test your emotional and physical reserves, that force you to (with help) get up off the floor, wipe your tears, […]

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Gene-Food Responsiveness: Lactose tolerance/Adult lactose persistence

Gene-Food Responsiveness A person may have a unique response to food based on their genes. Food responsiveness genes that may be tested via SmartDNA or 23andme include lactose intolerance, salt sensitivity, caffeine metabolism, gluten, co-enzyme Q10, Omega 3 and Omega 6 fats and iron.  Your genetic predisposition […]

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Daylight Savings Time-Itis

Daylight Savings Time (DST) is the practice of advancing the clock by 1 hour in spring and back by 1 hour in autumn to provide more daylight hours in the evening in summer. The idea of DST has been attributed to Benjamin Franklin (who was worried about […]

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Annual leave: July

I am on annual leave from Jul 2nd to Jul 28th.  Bookings for Aug can be made online

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Fermented Foods

What are fermented foods? What are the health benefits? Any downsides? What/where do I buy? Can I make at home? Some folks are a little unsure about what fermented foods are. This is a little surprising given that some of the western world’s most regularly consumed food […]

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