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For those who didn’t catch it, last Friday I was featured in London’s Time Out magazine. I spoke to them about foodie spots for you to go to, so you can enjoy eating out without worries. However, working with Time Out magazine got me thinking, maybe we should think about ... Read More »
The online world has finally got on the health bandwagon and has it grabbed hold and caused a storm. From apps to social media everything online now supports healthy bodies and minds. Social media is a great tool for weight loss; be it you are following dietitians, chefs, yoga instructors or ... Read More »
Finding motivation to be active in the winter months can be incredibly difficult, especially when all you want to do is wrap up warm in thick jumpers instead. However, motivation can be found in an unlikely place; your wardrobe. In January shops are stocked with lycra and hoodies, the two key ... Read More »
As you guys know, recently I took part in a Yakult Campaign with the Olympic swimmer, Jazz Carlin, to find out my swimming age. The whole point of trying to find out my swimming age was to see what level I’m swimming at, based on the Amateur Swimming Association (ASA) swimming ... Read More »
  January 1st begins with the same sentence ‘this year, my resolution is’, usually in the sober light of day this resolution shows its flaws. However, we try to stick to it but normally by mid Jan we’ve given up and returned to our previous ways. Instead of deciding on an ... Read More »
So one of my goals this year is to find an alternative way to get a workout in. Gym is great, but it has come to that point where I am actually getting bored and looking for new challenges. So I took myself down to the Kelechnekoff Studio in Hackney, ... Read More »
Although Xmas day is over, you can bet the over indulgence of carb loaded dishes, chocolate infused deserts and alcohol is far from over. Most health conscious people use the festive period as a way to make up for the strict regimes they put themselves through, over the course of the ... Read More »
Christmas day is a time of cheer, not a time of fear. Instead of worrying about how many calories we consume in one day, we should simply try to adhere to some basic rules. Start the day with some ‘bucks fizz’ but swap the alcohol for lemonade, you can still cheers ... Read More »