Are you eating enough?

When you’re trying to lose weight, the first thing that most people do is minimise the amount of food and calories they are eating. HOWEVER, we need calories to fuel our body. Experts advise not dipping below 1200 calories for women, and this is the bare minimum required to keep our body functioning. On this amount of calories, you won’t be feeling …

Why women must do resistance training

If you're a female looking to embark on a fitness journey to both improve your aesthetic appearance as well as boost your overall health and fitness level, one form of workout that you absolutely must make sure that you are doing is resistance training. Sadly, many women are too scared of hitting the weights because they fear getting big and bulky - …

Reaching for your goals

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Surviving the Holiday Season

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My Fussy Eater

My younger son Ryder (4) is a fussy eater, just like his daddy lol! Don’t get me wrong, he’s constantly eating but I struggle to get him to eat a wide range of vegetables. If he hears the word “vegetable” he runs the other way. As a result, he suffers from constipation. I’ve tried bribing him “if you don’t eat your vegies, you won’t …

Adjusting to Change

My oldest son Cooper has just started Kindy. I didn't put too much thought into it, expecting life to go on as normal and looking forward to the extra time I'd have given he'd be at school every day. My focus, more so, went to my younger son Ryder who was going to be 'left behind' at preschool without his big brother, whom he adores. I knew the start …