Tag: Healthy habits

How to make the leap from surviving to thriving

How to make the leap from surviving to thriving

“My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humour, and some style” Maya Angelou Such powerful words, as always, from Maya Angelou. Do they resonate with you too? This time of […]

Remembering that your presence is a present

Remembering that your presence is a present

In talking to lots of women about how they feel around this time of year, it certainly seems that the pressure is kicking in and that unattainable superwoman complex society has given us is overriding our self care and mindfulness practices. Firstly, I want you […]

How a minimalist approach (and store cupboard) could feed your can eat attitude

How a minimalist approach (and store cupboard) could feed your can eat attitude

When it comes to maintaining your can eat attitude, it’s often useful to adopt a more minimalist approach rather than fretting about having cupboards full to the brim with ingredients you very rarely use. Personally, I’ve been taking a more minimalist approach to life over […]

How meal prep mania may be putting a dampener on your food relationship

How meal prep mania may be putting a dampener on your food relationship

Health bloggers and coaches regularly state that prepping your meals in advance is one of the best ways of ensuring that you fill yourself up with nutritious foods all through the busy week. And in a lot of ways, this IS true: if you have […]

Luxurious and creamy millet flake porridge

Luxurious and creamy millet flake porridge

I never used to eat breakfast; I was “too busy”, “too tired”, “not hungry” or simply recalling the trauma of being in a battle of wills over breakfast before school “you’ll sit there until that bowl of Weetabix/rice krispies/ready brek is finished”…”Okay, we’ll see about […]

Who’s afraid of the big green vegetable?

Who’s afraid of the big green vegetable?

Before my Coeliac diagnosis, I’d always considered myself to have quite a healthy diet and a lot of people would reinforce that message by telling me how “good” I was. But looking back now I can see how little nutrients I was really feeding my […]

Breaking lunchtime food habits – London lunching

Breaking lunchtime food habits – London lunching

A meal deal al desko? Lunch, especially when in amongst the hustle and bustle of city life, can be a tricky habit to break. Of course, I don’t mean the actual eating of lunch (I’d never advise meal skipping), I’m referring to the standard method of […]

Guest blog: Flourishing Pantry – putting a spring in your morning routine

Guest blog: Flourishing Pantry – putting a spring in your morning routine

When Lea gave me the theme “Put a spring in your step” for this guest blog I wasn’t quite sure where to start. Scratching my head I did that geeky web-hooked thing of googling the phrase in hopes of inspiration. There was all the usual advice: […]

How an organic veg box could change your food attitudes

How an organic veg box could change your food attitudes

Changing the way we look at food Already consider yourself to have a pretty positively food outlook? Free range, organic and whole food already your norm? But how do you feel about the food shopping experience and what do you know about the process behind […]