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Mealtime Hygiene

Let’s talk about something that we all probably know we should be doing, teach our kids to do, but probably let slip when it comes down to it. Your behaviour when you eat your meals. Not only can it have a huge impact on your digestive system, and overloading it more than it should. But…
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Focus shift

A lot of people when starting a transformation has the away from drive. This means that their motivations are to get away from what they currently are or have and no longer want. “I don’t want to be fat” “I don’t want to have poor health”“I don’t want to feel bad when I look at…
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Core Values

Your values form the basis of why you believe the things we do. Most of our values comes are inherited from childhood from our parents and how we were being brought up, but as you grow up you do also adopt and develop values of your own. So why is it important to know what…
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Boundaries For A Better Life

Do you have set boundaries for what you want and don’t want in life?Have you communicated them to others and do they respect them? Do you respect your own boundaries? When we violate our core values, it will affect our state in a negative way. Maybe not the first time, perhaps not even the second…
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Power of Journalling

Have you ever kept a journal, and then one day gone back and look at your old entries? What did you learn about yourself? What language did you use? Are you the person you think you are? I’ve been an on off journaller for my entire life. But last year I realised the power of…
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Planning Your Time

Napoleon Hill said: “Plan your work and work you plan” The quote speaks for itself, but let’s go into it and see why it’s so important to have a plan to get anywhere. Firstly, you need to know where you heading towards in order to know what needs to be done. In order to work…
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The Art of Coaching

Part of the job as a coach is to give you (the client) the results that you want. That is why you gave your money away to a coach in the first place. But part of the job is to also give you what they need. To educate, give tools and understanding for what you are doing and…
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Proactive Habit for Recovery

I’ve written about this before, but it’s worth going into again. Especially during these times when new and improved routines could become a priority while you might have to stay at home during quarantine time. Sleep is the number one thing of which, if you focus on and make a priority, will solve a lot…
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Proactive Habits Around Nutrition

This post ties in with the 10 good habits that will make your lifestyle work for you and your health regardless of your goal.  Have some routine to your feeding times.  Regardless if you are into Intermitted Fasting (IF) or do not function until you’ve had breakfast – your body will love you for having…
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Can You Read Your Hunger Signs?

Back in our ancestors days, hunger was a sign that your body was running low on available fuel.  Today, hunger could of course still mean that. But because we do not live with the same struggle of now knowing when the next meal would be, your hunger signals could also mean something completely different. —…
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