Why “The New Normal” Should Scare You More Than Ted Bundy What do you think of “The New Normal” post-COVID that everyone’s been talking about recently? Coronavirus lockdown has been one of the most difficult, turbulent, and stressful times in living memory. And 2020 isn’t even over yet. What could possibly be around the corner? …
Nutrition and Lifestyle Coach
Here’s my special recipe for the best, easy, healthy pork rinds you can make at home without a deep fat fryer. Chicharrones, pork scratchings, call them what you will. These delicious, crispy, salty, keto, gluten-free snacks are just what the doctor ordered to munch on when you need something salty and flavoursome. Especially if you’re diabetic as they won’t spike your blood sugars. And you can make them easily in the oven.
Do you have sleep anxiety? How to curb a very toxic condition FREE course reveals 15 secrets to help eliminate sleep anxiety Before we dive into sleep anxiety, I wanted you to know that you’ll find a link to 15 powerful strategies to help beat sleep anxiety at the bottom of this page. You’ll also …
Burnout doesn’t happen because you’re weak. Burnout happens because your strengths and kindness are being exploited. This is the third part of a three part series exploring the exploitation and the role of society in burnout, one of the causes of vital exhaustion. In it, I’ll suggest some solutions that you and your employer can start implementing.
I can honestly say that I felt lost and a little hopeless before I met Catriona. I was convinced I was dying of something, I felt so toxic and merely existing in a world that I loved to engage in. I had felt really “stressed anxious, irritable and frustrated with my lack of bodily strength and my inability to think” for the last year but I had attributed it to stress in changing my job.
Too many women accept that painful and heavy periods are a natural part of life. Although we don’t talk about our periods much, you’ve probably had enough conversations with female family and friends to have come to the conclusion that, in westernised societies, it’s pretty normal to have long, heavy periods. But what if they’re a sign that something is off with our health.