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The gift of gratitude – Pregnancy Blog #6

Posted on June 8, 2016

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1st June 2016 (39 weeks and 6 days) Weird one today. Bare with me, I’m a bit numb right now, as I have had about 10 minutes to process some pretty unsettling news… On my social media accounts, I have … Continue reading



Staying true to your birth plan – Pregnancy Blog #7

Posted on June 6, 2016

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4th June 2015 (40 weeks + 1 day) I’ve been saying since week 37 that the baby is due anytime. Now baby REALLY is due anytime. It’s such a strange time for me because one minute I’m really excited, or … Continue reading



Stress and beliefs in pregnancy – Pregnancy blog #5

Posted on June 1, 2016

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31st May 2015 (39 weeks and 4 days) This has been something that has played on my mind so much during these last 39 weeks. It is no secret that during all three of my trimesters I have under gone … Continue reading



A side of ketchup? Placenta Consumption – Pregnancy Blog #4

Posted on May 30, 2016

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28th May 2016 (week 39+1) I am sat on the floor squashed between my coffee table and the sofa (A mistake in seating choice given my tummy is SO HUGE) on week 39 of my pregnancy, contemplating the questions I … Continue reading



Consider this my disclaimer moment – Pregnancy blog #2

Posted on April 28, 2016

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6th April 2016 – 31 weeks and 5 days pregnant I’m so grateful that social media exists. I love how we all use it for very different reasons. Some people will use it to post pictures of family and relationships, … Continue reading



Language and the “hormonal” pregnant woman – Pregnancy blog #3

Posted on April 8, 2016

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6th April 2016 I am 31weeks and 4 days pregnant. Midway into my third trimester I have now well and truly popped, and as big as I am/feel right now, I have it on good authority that I’m only going … Continue reading



My Game Changer Moment – Pregnancy Blog #1

Posted on April 8, 2016

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In my 18th week of pregnancy, I had reached my limit of anxiety, stress, tension and fear. Wrapped in a continual rumination of other peoples stories and opinions. I needed to do something different if I was ever going to … Continue reading



Force and your Feelings

Posted on February 6, 2015

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I learned the powerful concept of ignoring my feelings and ditching this “spiritual new age” concept of using my feelings as a land mark for where I am in my life and forcing myself to create a single action when … Continue reading



Cost, Worth and Value are entirely NOT packaged together

Posted on January 28, 2015

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The one thing I have learned about myself with my new vlog adventure is I am a coward I waffle on entirely too much led very much by the fact that I love to talk to myself. A lot The … Continue reading



Frittata Time

Posted on December 4, 2014

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I am a busy woman… I have a life to balance, which is made up of a relationship, a career, my own business, an education progression, a training schedule, a fellowship, a home, my family and friends and the tiny … Continue reading



To fart or not to fart!!

Posted on June 7, 2013

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  Say you always wanted desperately to go to Antigua.  You have dreamed about it all your life during your patient and selective wait for your Mr Gorgeous to come along.  Mr Gorgeous walks into your life and after a … Continue reading



Post Birthday/Easter Work out….

Posted on April 4, 2013

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Happy post indulgence everyone…. I find getting back into the swing of things (i.e hitting the gym) hugely difficult after a few days of nomming everything that isn’t stapled down or hasn’t run away. Where the only cardio exercise is … Continue reading



Sciatica? – Caroline’s Mission Accomplished!

Posted on March 6, 2013

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For regular Youtubers’,  Facebookers’ and Tweeter’s that follow me, you will be familiar with one of my regular clients Caroline.  Typically found in the gym most days chalking up and heaving large weights around as though moving paper weights. Caroline … Continue reading



Kettlebell Swing and Push-Up Variation

Posted on February 13, 2013

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I have been promising for quite sometime that I will create a corner of my blog dedicated to exercise tutorials and workouts for you all to follow. This is my first attempt at filming one of my own training sessions, … Continue reading



Chia FABULOUSNESS!!

Posted on January 14, 2013

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Earlier this year I wrote an article for The Notebook Magazine on Chia Seeds.  Anyone working with me is victim to my continuous and relentless drivel regarding these poppyseed sized bombs of nutritious fabulousness.  I talk about them until I … Continue reading



KB Snatch Interval Training

Posted on November 29, 2012

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I must apologise for such a long silence absent of any blog posts.  Things have been so hectic with my clients (we have had body shows, babies being born (not mine), wedding count downs) and now with the Christmas season … Continue reading



Super Green Salad – With a lemon zest dressing

Posted on May 28, 2012

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  ………….Introducing the Alfalfa Sprout Summer time always means salad time.  Who can eat big piles of pasta and starchy carbs when the sun is blaring out? Salads are just perfect for keeping nice and lean during the summer months… … Continue reading



Carrot cake with lemon cheese cake icing

Posted on May 25, 2012

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There seems to be a trend for hating desserts.  I think it is plain ridiculous. ” I just simply don’t have a sweet tooth.  Just a teeny bite and that is enough to satisfy me for a whole year…I’d feel … Continue reading



Remo’s Meat Loaf Special

Posted on May 25, 2012

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I am an incredibly lucky lady.  Not only am I blessed to be dating a tall, dark and handsome Italian Stallion, but my word the man can cook. News of Remo’s culinary talents have been boasted to the extremes and … Continue reading



Odds Farm

Posted on May 21, 2012

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It is lambing season at Odds Farm based in Wooburn Common located just on the outskirts of London, so now is the perfect time to pack up the kids, don the Dubarrys and warm up the larynx for much ahhing … Continue reading



NAM-MYOHO-RENGE-KYO

Posted on February 22, 2012

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As Promised here is my first article on the One Woman Show for coping with heart ache anxiety… written last year…. Yesterday I found myself at Taplow Court. Here in this historic country estate, host to the pagan burial mound … Continue reading



Fix my achey breaky heart

Posted on February 22, 2012

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I have a friend who is going through a terrible break up…. ahhh fond memories… The heart ache, the lack of sleep, the agonising overanalysing, the “what if’s” and “I should have’s” How many nights running did I keep my … Continue reading



Jon’s Story

Posted on February 22, 2012

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I have a great relationship with Jon and his wife Mel. In fact the Elliot’s really are a team especially since they have had their latest addition,  6 month old Georgie… For the past couple years I have been on hand to … Continue reading



Winter Warmer Mince Meat Stew

Posted on February 14, 2012

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I don’t know where you are in the world, but here in London it is bloody cold.  The MET office is delighting in its arctic front forecast.  In the UK we live in fear that we will never see a … Continue reading



Milk Thistle..The Wonder Herb

Posted on December 12, 2011

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Milk Thisle… …is the most widely recognized natural remedy for liver health. It has been shown in scientific studies to not only protect liver cells, but also to help regenerate healthy ones. Some of the earliest herbal texts mention it … Continue reading



Tanya’s Story

Posted on December 12, 2011

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One of the main goals for me is to work with all my clients to understand just what it is that they want to achieve, and where they may be going wrong. Many of the people I work with are … Continue reading



It’s an Eggstraviganza!

Posted on December 12, 2011

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A word about eggs:  When I suggest including eggs on the weekly shopping list, it never fails to surprise me the reaction I get: “Oh! Well I was always told too many eggs are bad for you!?” What a poor … Continue reading



Rosie’s story

Posted on December 12, 2011

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We I first met Rosie she was having a really hard time and getting upset every time she went shopping for clothes or underwear because she was gaining weight.  Her mother wanted to send her to see a dietician. Rosie … Continue reading



Homosapian- The Hunter Gatherer

Posted on December 12, 2011

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One of the best mindsets to get in when you are trying to approach your food shop in a way that drives you towards the right, healthy choices, is to get in the cave man spirit! Hunter… going off to … Continue reading



Super Nuts

Posted on December 12, 2011

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Many people were scared away from nuts during the low-fat craze of the last few decades, but now nuts are making a comeback. Nuts are excellent sources of protein, minerals, “good” monounsaturated fats and other nutrients, and they’re good for … Continue reading



Lea’s Story

Posted on December 12, 2011

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Well what can I say about Lea? She is just masses of fun to work with.  Lea came to me already on a mission.  She had been working out on her own doing a variety of exercise classes (like body … Continue reading



Training Through Pregnancy

Posted on December 12, 2011

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Pregnancy and child birth can play havoc on a mother’s body. Pre and Post Natal training focuses on supporting a mother’s health and well-being, with the understanding that a happy mother leads to a happy baby! If you’re nervous about … Continue reading



Strong Girls Lift Weights

Posted on December 12, 2011

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Times really are changing.  Gone are the days of Jane Fonda style ab crunches, and gently pushing 3lbs of weight for precisely 15 repetitions to “combat” those “bingo wings”. I train my girls to be strong! I set goals, challenges … Continue reading



Jade’s Story

Posted on December 12, 2011

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I have worked with Jade for 8 months, focusing on both exercise and nutrition; she was a great client to work with, and a real inspiration. I am a firm believer that when a person is in a truly unhappy … Continue reading




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