If you follow me and the hubby, you’ll know that we recently went on a trip of a lifetime to Ruka in Finnish Lapland. As with all pending holidays, the decision was made that I had to be extra ‘good’ leading up to the trip.
This week we made a delicious curry and boy was it good! Even the kids gave this a thumbs up and we all know how fussy they are.
I’m writing this whilst still in the happy bubble that was formed the minute we stepped off the plane in Helsinki and were greeted by the Reima Kidventure team. What a whirlwind of a trip we had!
I received a phone call from my brother over the weekend. He’s attempting his first half down at Chester in a few weeks time. Andrew will be running with a guide Michelle as his eyesight has deteriorated over the years. So much so, that he’s relied on guide dogs for many years.
I have a love hate relationship with social media. Do you feel motivated by 'check out my figure' photos or do they change your mood in a negative way?
Did you know that almost 96% of women and 81% men in the world are unhappy about their physical appearance? The current research carried out in the United States of America shows that 80% of the citizens in the country do not attain the recommended level of exercise per week; which has led to increased cases of health problems such as obesity and diabetes 2 in the nation.
Wanting to change your life or something in it? It’s a well-known fact we go through different stages and processes when doing so. It’s not a process that is a simple straight line, that we decide and move from stage to stage, in seamless motion. When deciding to do something in reality, we move backwards and forwards and back again. Considering a number of internal and external factors – if you can understand and work with this theory, as a personal trainer, you’ll gain and maintain…
Adam came to me the other day with something he had written about Reima Kidventure. I loved it so much, I decided to publish it to my blog.
Getting fit isn’t just a case of slipping on a pair of trainers and going out for a run every so often. If you are serious about it, you should take the time to plan a fitness regime and alter your diet to suit your new plan.
Being a parent has got to be the toughest job in the world. Actually being responsible for a helpless little human is so overwhelming at first and it doesn’t matter how many books you read or people you chat to, you’ll never be fully prepared for the journey that is parenthood.
A very good friend of mine showed me the ‘Tape Measure’ analogy a few years ago and it really made me think. If you’re not familiar with it, go grab a tape measure and I’ll talk you through it!
Exercise has so many benefits on the body and one of the immediately noticeable ones is having better skin and a clearer more glowing complexion.
I mentioned over the festive break, Amy and I had teamed up with David Lloyd Clubs. I don’t think I fully appreciated at the time, just how good David Lloyd Clubs are!
Our first meal eating Quorn together, went ok! It was lovely to eat as a family and Amy and I loved the food. It was mainly my eldest that didn’t seem to adapt very well.
I recently had the pleasure of attending a Bupa health assessment. January doesn’t exactly reflect my best health and it’s taken more time than usual to fit back into our routine. Because of this, I was expecting a few home truths!