BEAUTY AND NUTRITION UNITE FOR CHRISTMAS PERFECTION

BEAUTY AND NUTRITION UNITE FOR CHRISTMAS PERFECTION

Are you a planner or a procrastinator? The planners are not panicking because they’ve been ready for Christmas 2018 since December 2017. Procrastinators, however, are frantic. They welcome Amazon deliveries several times a day, but never seem to shorten their quickly growing to-do list. You’d think both types have nothing in common, but during the festive period, they share the same problem. They’ve put so much time and energy focusing on other people, they have forgotten about themselves. That’s where I come in. I have a few tricks to help you survive and look fabulous. No excuses. Follow my advice starting today for a gorgeous Christmas.

TOP 3 EXCUSES FOR NOT GETTING FIT: PART 4–NO MORE EXCUSES

TOP 3 EXCUSES FOR NOT GETTING FIT: PART 4–NO MORE EXCUSES

The top 3 excuses for not getting fit are officially addressed, challenged and torn to shreds. Solutions to overcome those excuses (time, money, knowledge) are shared. This final blog shares additional tips along with overwhelming encouragement to start your get fit journey today. This minute. Right now. No more excuses.

TOP 3 EXCUSES FOR NOT GETTING FIT: PART 3–KNOWLEDGE

TOP 3 EXCUSES FOR NOT GETTING FIT: PART 3–KNOWLEDGE

Part 3 of the Excuse blog series covers knowledge. Doing something out of your comfort zone or completely new can be a daunting task, but fear doesn't give you an excuse to abuse your body, especially when there's someone like me who can show you how easy it is to get fit and live fit.

HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW YOUR TRAINER?

HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW YOUR TRAINER?

Not all trainers are equal. When I started my Get Fit journey, I assumed all trainers knew more than me, so they must be good. I was wrong. Some trainers aren’t qualified. Some trainers don’t listen. Some trainers simply can’t be bothered. Let me save you the hassle and money of working with not-so-good trainers by sharing the lessons I learned.

WHY I HATE THE WORD DIET

WHY I HATE THE WORD DIET

The word ‘diet’ conjures feelings of failure and shame in me that are greater than the summit of Mt Everest. That word makes me think of starving and restrictions, complicated measuring and tasteless food. That word transports me back 11 years to the early days of my weight-loss journey, when I was at my most vulnerable and facing the seemingly insurmountable task of achieving my target weight.