Real Talk, Uncategorized

How to gain 20kgs with hake and brocolli

I didn’t realize that it has taken me so long to blog again, it seems like only yesterday I was bubbling over with the excitement of healthy living. I remember being so passionate about fitness and spreading the word about weight loss that I became blind.

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Diet and Supplements, Uncategorized

Weight loss on a budget

Losing weight can seem expensive when you don’t know where to start. Thankfully, we now know tricks and secrets to budget weight loss plans.
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Dear Diary

Life lessons in a bath towel

To say that this week has been the worst yet is an understatement. Over the weekend, we suffered the loss of the pillar of my family and it has devastated us all. I’m not ready to talk about it yet, but I do want to share what it woke up in me. Continue reading “Life lessons in a bath towel”

Dear Diary, Uncategorized

Life, Love and Paper Towels

I am often told that I am so lucky to be married to a tattoo artist. Isn’t it awesome being tattooed for free and whenever I want to?  What most people don’t realise is that like any relationship; being in love with a tattoo artist has its challenges.

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Dear Diary, Uncategorized

Why flash fitness fails

I’m pretty sure you’ve seen them advertised by ripped AF fitness fanatics across social media. You know those 12-week transformation programmes that guarantee results? Well, they don’t really work and here is why… Continue reading “Why flash fitness fails”

Dear Diary

Can we talk about Wonder Woman already?

Unless you’re living under a rock, Wonder Woman is currently showing at cinemas around the world. It is also showing women that we are more than damsels in distress and it’s about damn time. Continue reading “Can we talk about Wonder Woman already?”

Dear Diary

Millennials, entitlement and avo toast

I recently discovered that I am actually a millennial. I kind of thought that I was too old to be a Millennial, but that’s probably because I have a 10-year-old son and 41-year-old husband.

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