Biophilia

September 26th, 2014 | no comments

Nature, I really love you. Last weekend I spent 2.5 days on Bruny Island, just off the south east coast of Tasmania. R’s family has a shack there, so its one of our favourite (and cheapest) weekend getaways. The shack is on a quieter part…

Changing The Way We Eat

September 21st, 2014 | no comments

On 16 August, I spoke at my second major conference this year – Primal Living’s Changing the Way We Eat. I’m truly grateful for the opportunity to be involved in an event that has changed people’s lives – for those who attended and learn how…

Fear is your guide

September 15th, 2014 | no comments

Hey there everyone! Today is a very exciting day, its my birthday! Today I’m sharing with you one of the lessons I’ve learned over the last year, which is all about fear, while tackling one of mine – doing a video blog post! I’m also…

Getting Started the right way

August 21st, 2014 | no comments

Today, I’m sharing something with you that I’m very proud of, and that I hope is going to be really helpful for you.  I have created an ebook called “The Getting Started Workbook”, which is going to help you create change in your life in…

Finding my people

May 30th, 2014 | no comments

Since I’ve been writing, and especially since last week and meeting so many new people at the WFH World Congress, I’ve had lots of people ask me how I do it. Share so openly about subjects that just aren’t talked about. Reveal what is usually…

Busting out of my comfort zone

May 9th, 2014 | no comments

If I could sum up 2014 so far, this post’s header would be it. I’ve pushed out of my comfort zone in almost every area in my life – friendships, learning, my profession, money worries, health and wellness. Next week, I’m taking on another  –…

When the shit rises to the top

April 6th, 2014 | no comments

All this has happened before, and all this will happen again – The Scrolls of Pythia, Battlestar Galactica I think there’s a misconception in the world that self development, health or fitness are the end points in life. That you go in, do a short term…

I wouldn’t wish it on my worst enemy

March 28th, 2014 | no comments

… but I might end up giving it to those I’ll love. I should start this by saying I’m no longer angry at having an inherited, rare medical condition. I’m grateful for everything I’ve learned this last year, for the connections and opportunities I’ve encountered,…