Dizzy? Clumsy? Bruise easily? Joint pain? Feel faint? Get tired a lot? Feel anxious?
Hypermobility – a genetic connective tissue disorder – might be just the reason you feel the way you do! Continue reading The disorder you and your gp may not know you have
A gorgeous coaching mentor read this poem out loud on a Teleclass I was doing. It really resonated with me given I have my own version of an unwanted house guest that forced me to change my life and slow down. Take a moment to read it: Continue reading Is your ‘unwanted house guest’ leading you to a new life?
A friend of mine who made a daily appearance for 6 months, stopped for 2 months and has now come back again is Grog, as I have now named him (aka bear with a sore head). When he’s in full swing he’s like the hangover (with full on banging migraines) that won’t go away and, over the last 12 months, has become a pretty consistent member of my crew. It seems it’s all part of the delightful bag of tricks this weird condition brings. Continue reading Grog the head
If you had asked me two years ago what I thought about meditation, you would have got a scoff, a sniff and even perhaps an eyeball roll.
I had had some experience of trying it before but I often came out wondering what visualising, body scanning and breathing actually did for me (other than the obvious!!).
What I hadn’t appreciated was the calm I often felt during and after doing it. Me thinks now my head was probably just buzzing a bit much for me to see the wood for the trees!! Continue reading Meditating like a mad woman!
“Be willing to surrender what you are for what you could become”
After ditching cardio for 3 weeks to try to allow this body to calm down (with mixed and not very successful results I have to say), I resolved to do SOMETHING. After all the pain my bloody leg muscles went through in Sept and Oct when I restarted exercise I can’t put myself in a position where I have to go through that again. Continue reading Bite sized cardio