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This March I will swim 30kms to raise money, awareness and change the stigma around mental health.Read More »
It is true what they say. Time does speed up the older you get. It is hard to believe that we are a quarter of the way through the year. It feels like yesterday I was taking down the Christmas tree.
We have been enjoying slow days over the summer, soaking up the sunshine, swimming and connecting with nature.Read More »
I must admit when we go camping, lollies, chips and other processed foods sneak their way into our trolley. I take the easy option and provide far too many treats for our family.
Just because we are going away doesn’t mean our eating habits should change. Don’t get me wrong we will still have a few red wines and roast marshmallows around the campfire. We all need a few little indulgences after all!Read More »
I am a yo-yo dieter. Someone who gains 6-8 kilos and then has to work hard to get the weight off only to find it creeps back on again.
I enjoy exercising, the outdoors and being active is part of our lifestyle. Fad diets don’t interest me and I believe that you need to make lifestyle changes. Over the winter the kilos have crept back on and I gave myself a goal to get back into shape. To feel comfortable wearing my bikini at the Busselton Jetty Swim.Read More »
Just because you are travelling don’t let it be an excuse not to exercise. Sometimes we are sightseeing all day so I like to incorporate exercise into our day’s activities. When we are having a down day I exercise first thing in the morning. Personally, I find it a great way to start the day!
There are plenty of things you can do to keep up your exercise routine while you are away. Here are something of the things I do to stay fit and healthy on the road. Read More »
Dixie and I had a child-free afternoon, instead of going for a romantic picnic or to the movies we fed our adrenaline addiction! We hit Aloha Surfhouse in Joondalup for an afternoon of rock climbing and surfing.
Aloha Surfhouse is an awesome venue where you can chill out with a coffee, watch your friends or family climb and surf. Browse the boutique, eat in the cafe as you will probably work up a hunger after all that physical activity! If you like something a bit more low key then you can take a yoga class. Read More »