To finish off week two of the Women's Wellness Challenge, which is all about connection, I want to share the importance of connecting with nature for our wellbeing. Connecting with yourself, with others around you and with the natural environment are all essential elements of creating a healthy and balanced life. When we are feeling … Continue reading The power of connecting with nature
I can't believe it is nearly the end of the year already! This year has passed so fast yet it feels like so much has happened. I can't wait for the Christmas holidays to begin on Monday so that I can recharge and prepare for exciting new things in the new year. Like all of … Continue reading Time for a reboot – who is with me?!
In today's post I want to share why self esteem is important for improving your health. As someone who has struggled with low self esteem most of my life, I have observed how it impacted my own health and wellbeing. Through my coaching practice I now want to help other women believe in themselves so … Continue reading Why self esteem is important for improving your health
In today's post I want to share my top tips for staying healthy during autumn season. I am back in the UK after a year living in Greece and it is clear that autumn has arrived! Fresh mornings, mild, dry days and dark, cold nights are fast approaching. Actually, although I love the summer energy, … Continue reading How have a healthy autumn season
As a Women's Wellness Coach, I love to support women to improve their overall health and wellbeing. I have come a long way in my own view of health and it has taken me many years to get to where I am now. I used to think health meant restricting your diet and exercising like … Continue reading Holistic health coaching: 6 elements to feel fantastic!
This is a tricky subject but something that has been on my mind lately. As someone who has been in the health and wellness field for several years, I have seen this reoccurring pattern of almost a cult-like mentality around various diets. As a former vegan I have certainly fallen for this idea that there … Continue reading Diet dogma, food and morality: why diet identities are unhelpful
Ladies, ever wondered why it seems so much easier for your boyfriend or husband to stick to a diet or fitness plan and get results? Why some weeks you are full of energy and others you hardly want to drag yourself out of bed? How you can go 2 weeks eating healthily then all of … Continue reading Why (and how) women should approach health and fitness differently to men
It's been a while since my last post! It's been a busy month as I had to come back to the UK before the end of the tax year and, as you can imagine, travelling during a pandemic is not the easiest task. I can understand why it has to be so complicated to put … Continue reading The travel curse strikes again (and a relaxing Easter break)
Yesterday was a religious holiday here in Greece, the Eastern Christian festival of Καθαρά Δευτέρα (Kathara Deftera) aka "Clean Monday" or "Pure Monday". Similar to the celebration of Ash Wednesday in the West, it's the seventh Monday before Easter and the start of lent, a period of cleansing for the mind body and spirit. The … Continue reading Celebrating “Clean Monday” in Greece
The last couple of weeks we have had lots of celebrations! Valentines' day, pancake day, my birthday and my boyfriends' mums' birthday all within the space of ten days. Considering the three of us have been in lockdown together for nearly four months now we are making the most of every opportunity to be festive. … Continue reading Why and how I include treats as part of a healthy diet