3 Common Nutritional Mistakes To Avoid

 Posted on October 5, 2016
amazing lovely food

Nutrition can be a bit of a minefield…   Do this, do that. Eat this, eat that… There is a lot of conflicting information.   Like many others, I bet you feel a little overwhelmed – Who or what should you listen to?   To help you I want to provide a solution to three of the most common questions I receive and typically the biggest problem areas for most.     1. Setting macros as a percentage   Ever heard of 40/40/20?  I’ve done that myself, it worked okay. However, when I work with clients on setting up their proper … Continue reading 3 Common Nutritional Mistakes To Avoid

How To Deal With Stress

 Posted on September 29, 2016
dealing with stress

  ~ My post appeared on SelfHelp! Check them out, they have loads of amazing articles:   Self Improvement from SelfGrowth.com– – SelfGrowth.com is the most complete guide to information about Self Improvement on the Internet.   Now Back to the article! ~   Aah stress, our favourite thing in the world!   Stress can ruin people. It plays a significant factor in a causing a lot of illnesses and generally lowers our quality of life.   I was letting stress get to me too: in my field we have a lot of work to do by tight deadlines – … Continue reading How To Deal With Stress

How To Achieve Your Goals

 Posted on September 25, 2016
beautiful mountains

I have probably mentioned this before, but it needs another mention:   “Walking a marathon is better than sprinting half way” – Michael Tawiah   Yes, I put my own quote in here because I honestly believe it has so much importance.   It does not matter how fast you’re working to your goal if you’re not going to reach it. However, our want to see instant results encourages us to give it too much too soon.   The issue with going all in straight away is that it is powered by motivation –  a limited source.   This motivation temporarily … Continue reading How To Achieve Your Goals

What I Learnt From Homeless People

 Posted on September 22, 2016
homeless person

So I just got dinner for 2 homeless men today… and I’m going to tell you about it – and no, it’s not a tale about how amazing and kind and good willed they are, nor is it how they’re full on flat alcoholics…   So let’s begin.   I came out of the office late around 10pm, and this guy came up to me and asked if I could spare then a few pennies so they could get some food. I was going to Tesco anyway so I told them to come along and I’ll get them something.   There … Continue reading What I Learnt From Homeless People