I’m not sure about you but my ol’ muffin top, potbelly, spare tyre is a little more visible this winter than ever before. The cold weather, even with some fabulous sunny days, has really taken its toll on my eating habits and comfort food delicacies. So how do you rid that Belly Fat Curse and get a flatter mid-section in time for spring and summer? Now some would say we are animals and for winter, we need to hibernate after fatten up our bodies in the autumn. Although humans
As I prepare for Sydney's Stadium Stomp this weekend I will be thinking about how I can best reserve energy while keeping light on my feet. I have 6300 steps to meander around Sydney’s premier sporting stadiums so I need to be in top shape - mind and body. When preparing for an event there seems to be quite a few methods. A few are listed below.... The "She'll be Right" Method is for people who have a regular training schedule and believe that they will accomplish anything...
Every now and again we forget that we need recharging, a rest, an hour or 2 each week for ourselves. We may be too busy with work, with family, with housework and/or errands before we realise it is the end of the day and we have not stopped to give ourselves a breather. Dreams can also be translated to be goals, wishes or hopes. Whatever you want to call them, it is time to take action and make it happen. I’m going to call them dreams today as I visualise what dreams I have,
After doing a bit of research there doesn’t seem to be a consensus on slow cooking and if it drains or retains the nutrients in foods. Some articles favour for and some against. I’m not a nutritionist so in today’s blog I will focus on my own personal view “for” slow cooking and the retainment of nutrients and minerals, especially in these cold months using winter seasonal vegetables. Before you stop reading because you may not have a slow cooker already, further down are alt