Diet and Supplements, Uncategorized

What Miss SA taught me about moderation

I recently learned about moderation by complete accident while working with the reigning Miss South Africa, Ade van Heerden. I realized that my obsession with food extended to treats and this small trick taught me to get over it.

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Dear Diary

New Year, Same You

Are you still soaking in the aftermath of Christmas lunch leftovers and champers? Finally waking up from that week leading up to a new year where no one knows their name? Same, TBH. Continue reading “New Year, Same You”

Real Talk

Be selfish

Dear women,

Be selfish, you’re allowed to.

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Diet and Supplements, Uncategorized

Easy weight-loss switches

Achieving health goals doesn’t have to be a challenge, just like losing weight doesn’t mean you need to spend a fortune on magic pills or gimmicks. Sometimes the most basic everyday change can have a huge impact on your health and waistline.

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Diet and Supplements, Uncategorized

Healthy living on a dime

How can I be healthy on a budget? What alternatives are there to kumbacha and quinoa? Why is everything so expensive?

Sound familiar?

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Dear Diary

My top 5 weight loss hacks (that actually work)

I’ll be the first to admit that sometimes healthy living is boring, but here is how I make sure that I stay firmly on the wagon.

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Training and Exercise, Uncategorized

How to get back on the wagon

Guys, it sucks. I know because I have been there so many times too! But, you can stay on the ground, timidly pining for the wagon to come back and fetch you – or you can get up and chase after it yourself. Here are a few ways to do just that. Continue reading “How to get back on the wagon”