I’m feeling good. Pre-baby good actually! Since Louis-James was born I have felt a multitude of emotions but honestly, I have struggled alot. I have experienced periods of depression, anxiety, stress and of course, sleep deprivation (or maybe all of it has been sleep deprivation). The truth is, I had a very different idea inContinue reading “A journey of a thousand miles..”
I need a new title. I hate the idea of being a ‘boss’ as it’s not my style. Suggestions welcome! Anyway, I’m pleased to announce that I’ve finally found the break in the trees. Its almost laughable how stressful and intense the past couple of months has been. From the first week the punches startedContinue reading “Building the Bakery? S01 e03”
We are tired. We’re so tired we can’t be bothered to compete over who’s more tired, and as the most competitive couple out there, that’s saying something. However.. We have also made it through our first month in business! We are elated and proud of ourselves and something inside keeps pushing us along even thoughContinue reading “Becoming the Boss S01 E02”
What if we viewed health as a process, as something we could choose to do at each moment, rather than something we look to attain? What if it was actions we could take at each juncture in the road, rather than any sort of measurable outcome like statistics or numbers? What if it were somethingContinue reading “Health as the journey not the destination”
Sometimes, late at night while Louis-James sleeps next to me, I find myself watching youtube videos of people doing seriously mundane things – like drinking a coffee in their kitchen.
When I went to Thailand for yoga teacher training I was amazed how much better curries tasted than here – and one of the main reasons is that they make their own, fresh coconut milk. We also had fresh coconut milk with breakfast and it was so similar to dairy milk I didn’t notice forContinue reading “How to make your own coconut milk”
I am a serial ‘project-er’ – I love to have multiple projects on the go including studying, business, writing, blogging, and trying to get enlightened before I turn 40 😛
I used to be very opinionated. Wait, I am very opinionated but I used to not be afraid of using my voice. I’m not sure when, but at some point I started doubting myself. I had internalised a message from somewhere that I should tow the line, be quiet, and stop caring so much aboutContinue reading “What do George Floyd, Juukan Gorge, the parliamentary inquiry into domestic violence and Willow Dunn have in common?”
I’m 40 weeks and 4 days pregnant and this afternoon I will be induced.
I always knew that body size, shape and weight mattered to most women – I am one, after all, and so are most of my friends. I’ve also worked in the fitness industry as a personal trainer, yoga teacher and wellness coach for 9 years and the vast majority of women I worked with listedContinue reading “Body image in pregnancy”