Mini goals: Set yourself up for success

You set your goals for well intentional change, but you find yourself lacking the motivation to action them. Or you may simply not know where to begin. Deciding to make big changes in your life or creating a new habit is not as easy as it seems. Transformation can be well intentioned, but you don’t … Continue reading Mini goals: Set yourself up for success

Harness your imagination to create your best life

`The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams’ - Eleanor Roosevelt When you think about life, it really is like a blank canvass ready for creating something wonderful. You can tap into your imagination to help you discover the endless possibilities of what you want on that canvas. Tapping into … Continue reading Harness your imagination to create your best life

Spring equinox: for healing, reflection and new opportunities

Spring - a new season and new beginnings. We know that the arrival of spring means new life, plants grow, baby animals are born and flowers bloom again after lying dormant through winter. Spring is where new life emerges from the earth. We begin to see more daylight than darkness signalling the start daylight savings … Continue reading Spring equinox: for healing, reflection and new opportunities

Unleash your inner rebel for a healthy, happy life

Do you have a bucket list of things you should do rather than what you have done? Do you have well-meaning intentions to eat healthy, exercise regularly or get more rest? Are many things on your to do list those which are expected of you by others and society rather than what you are passionate … Continue reading Unleash your inner rebel for a healthy, happy life

Challenging societal expectations

Sometimes when you choose to follow the path expected of you in society it can decrease your happiness in life. Following the status quo may suit some, but for those who want more it can lead to feelings of discontentment. As a result it can have a negative impact on your health and wellbeing. Each … Continue reading Challenging societal expectations

A focus on goal setting – part two

Last week we looked at how value based goal setting can enable your health and wellbeing. This week we will take a look at some ways to think differently about setting value based goals. Take a moment to reflect on the questions from last week and then write down about 10 things you would like … Continue reading A focus on goal setting – part two

Overcoming the obstacles to a healthy lifestyle

There are many obstacles to maintaining a healthy lifestyle but most of them will be psychological. For example, as the cold winter months settle in you may find yourself unmotivated to leave the warm house for your daily morning walk. As a result you will beat yourself up later for not exercising. While there are … Continue reading Overcoming the obstacles to a healthy lifestyle

Foods that purify, detox and cleanse

At its most basic level, the detoxification process starts with your liver. Your liver, with help from the kidney, lungs and gut, works to remove harmful toxins by first converting those bacteria to reactive metabolites and second by flushing them out your system. Toxins come in the form of unhealthy food products that are high … Continue reading Foods that purify, detox and cleanse

Eat your Water

Staying hydrated is not just about drinking plenty of water, although you should still do that. However, there are many fruits and vegetables that have a high water content. These foods can help you keep up your daily water intake while giving your skin a health glow. 10 Fruits and Vegetable to healthy looking skin. … Continue reading Eat your Water

Coconut as a superfood

In the last post I introduced lemons as a superfood, but there are many more that provide health benefits for the mind, body and soul. Coconut is one such food that can provide just as many benefits to your health as lemons. Below are just a few of the benefits coconut products (including coconut oil) … Continue reading Coconut as a superfood