Healthy breakfast on the go!

Photo Credit Susan Bell For a few years now I've been following 'Anth and Crystal' from The Healthy Patch and I even signed up to do their home gardening course a while back. I had to put a pause on it when other things in my life got busy but that's no excuse really! Creating … Continue reading Healthy breakfast on the go!


Health benefits of an Infrared Sauna

One of the top health benefits of using an infrared sauna regularly is to promote natural detoxification. We are exposed to toxins in our everyday life, and detoxification is the way in which our body naturally de-activates and eliminates these accumulated toxins. Promoting optimal detox pathways will help to reduce the impact this can have … Continue reading Health benefits of an Infrared Sauna

Competition with kids

Competition is part of life. In business and in sport, healthy competition is what propels us to move forward. I've been reading Andre Agassi's autobiography OPEN and without his competitive nature he never would have been so successful. But the main competition Andre focused on was the competition he had with himself. He knew he … Continue reading Competition with kids

Coronavirus JOMO

It’s fair to say that the last few months have brought their fair share of challenges across the globe. The Coronavirus pandemic has shaped the world and the way we interact with one-another in a way that many of us were not prepared for. However, one of the things I have loved most is the … Continue reading Coronavirus JOMO

The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck

I read Mark Manson's brilliant book a few years ago and loved it. I finished it and thought to myself "the trick is to just lower my expectations, and everything will be fine". And it worked for a while. I felt good about all the so called 'issues' in my life. And I realised the … Continue reading The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck

Cooking for the Soul & Recipe

When my mum died, one of the things I missed the most was her incredible meals. She is always remembered for her cooking, her understanding of flavours and of special family rituals.  Whether it was a special occasion like a birthday or just a regular mid-week meal, the food was always restaurant quality. One of … Continue reading Cooking for the Soul & Recipe

Mother Nurture

I've taken some time out from writing of late, to do the title of this blog, some nurturing of my own dear Mum. Since her diagnosis last year, she has undergone six months of chemotherapy and then three months ago has had the courage to undergo a revolutionary bone marrow transplant. It's not an easy … Continue reading Mother Nurture