This month in the UK has been really lovely. I have been making the most of family time and enjoying the outdoors as much as possible. It is getting colder and darker by the day though and honestly, I am looking forward to getting some sunshine when I return to Greece! Today I want toContinue reading “Staying active during the colder seasons”
Sometimes feeling cold is a natural response to the environment you are living in. But what about if you are feeling cold all of the time, even if you are in a relatively warm climate? Feeling cold all of the time, especially feeling cold in your hands, feet and nose is a sign that yourContinue reading “How to stop feeling cold all of the time!”
Here is my 5 part morning routine checklist to turn your mood around in under an hour. Stay till the end as I have included a morning routine template printable that you can download and use. Implement this checklist daily to see a beautiful transformation in your health and wellbeing.
Sleep is one of the major players when it comes to transforming your health. Not only can a better nights’ sleep help you to feel more energised and happier but it also has a knock on effect on your other decisions throughout the day. Ever experienced that feeling of being constantly hungry after a nightContinue reading “Top tips to improve your sleep”
Insomnia.. where do I start?! It’s crazy that something as natural as sleep seems to be slowly getting more and more difficult for us humans. Insomnia rates in the UK were already high at 1 in 6 but, according to the Guardian, since the start of the COVID19 pandemic this has increased to 1 inContinue reading “How to get a good nights’ sleep: A new perspective”
I want to start by saying this won’t be the typical health blog about how to restrict yourself and avoid temptation at Christmas. If you have been reading my posts for a while you will know I am all about seeing the big picture of health, listening to your body and building sustainable habits ratherContinue reading “Staying healthy during the holidays / How to have a healthy Christmas”