Often, taking foods out of your diet can mean missing out on family favourites; not a popular move. While there are some meals I no longer make, for the most part, moving to a nutrient dense diet does not mean having to forgo your favourites. Here is my approach to
Changing the way you cook, or even cooking from scratch for the first time can be a challenge. When I changed my diet and reduced the amount of processed food I ate, it meant my cooking and some of the tools I used changed too. I also started to think
Once you are interested in a particular topic, you seem to develop a sensitivity to it. Last week I came across an interview with Andrea Wool, the topic was, ‘Everything You Need to Know About Exercise and Chronic Illness’. How I wish I had this information at hand when my
When you do not have a spare minute in the day, the idea of introducing a new habit seems impossible. You may be surprised what you can accomplish by looking at introducing change into your life. As a single mum, working full time, I wish I had known more about
Making positive changes that result in benefits across multiple aspects of your life is rewarding. Little did I know, when I made some small changes to my family’s diet, the impacts these changes would have. It opened the door to a number of changes, each rewarding in their own way.
In a recent conversation with my son, we got onto the subject of his years when he suffered from chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS). Given my coaching niche I was curious to discuss his memories of that time, what he found helpful and what made his life more difficult. I had
For me, this is the time of year I take stock, and reflect on the year that’s passed, and plan for the year to come. As I thought about what to write for this article, I reflected on some of the Christmases for our family while my son was unwell.