Body Image

comparison is toxic

Why Comparison of Your Style to Others is Toxic

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Recently I was reminded of the complete toxicity of comparison by one of my clients. She couldn’t seem to ever see herself in a positive light as she didn’t feel even when wearing her best, which she liked in theory, but she never felt great or thought she looked good because she compared her unique…

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Size is Just a Label

Size is Just a Label

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What size are you? That’s a loaded question. I can tell you that I’m not a size. It’s not how I define myself and defining your self worth on a size is a very negative thing to do for your psychological health. I wear clothing that has size labels inside, and I van tell you…

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It’s My 5:2 Fastiversary

It’s My 5:2 Fastiversary

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One year ago today I started on my 5:2 Way of Eating (I don’t call it the D word) and today I’m around 15kg lighter and a whole lot healthier.  I’ve written about how I’ve done it and what it is here. When I started, I was on cholesterol medication (my whole family is on it…

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How to Give Yourself a Face Lift with Colour

How to Give Yourself a Face Lift with Colour

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  Sometime ago I created a video that shows you how to get rid of your double chins.  Last week during our colour analysis training I was showing our students how black creates shadows around the jaw and creates a double chin and they were amazed at what a difference the colour made to the…

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Not Aging, Evolving

Not Aging, Evolving

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Aging most commonly is seen as  negative and gets a really bad rap.  We usually don’t see aging as a positive word, yet so many great things come with age. I love that as an adult I get to make so many choices about how I live my life.    Aging has given me more…

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Exercises to Improve Your Life

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Today you can find some easy exercises to help you fix all those niggly little problems, like the hunch you get from sitting at your computer way too much and that horrid lower back pain. I’ve contributed a short video too about another niggly problem that many women experience and how I manage it. Check…

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Have an Attitude of Gratitude

Have an Attitude of Gratitude

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Tomorrow is the First of April. This marks the start of Grateful in April, a month-long campaign which encourages people to actively seek out the good in their lives. Research (University of California) has found that counting your blessings is an integral part of health, happiness and well-being. Experiments have shown that those who kept…

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