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I’m writing this post in Barbados and since I can’t run outside (for safety reasons) I’m spending more time than usual in the gym, clocking those miles on the ‘mill in preparation for my marathon in April! Because of this I’m finding I have a heightened appreciation for “gym etiquette”, which is hugely important not just because it maximises one’s enjoyment in the gym but also because it plays an important role in maintaining one’s health, hygiene and general safety. Seriously folks, this stuff’s important! I recently partnered with Freya, a stylish brand which creates gorgeous sportswear and lingerie in a B-K cup.…
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-As a qualified PT, you may think it weird that I should enlist a fitness app to help me with my training. But everyone needs someone to help push them harder than they would do themselves especially if motivation is waning. So when Vyta app asked if I’d like to road test it I was only too happy to oblige! As you may know, I’m training for the London Marathon in April. So it’s no surprise that my main focus is running – on getting those miles in and working on my speed. Whilst it’s true that any exercise that gets my heart rate up helps with my overall fitness, my body needs to run to continue to improve my running efficiency.…
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We’ve all seen that Instagram caption that spread like wildfire over the festive period. “Temporarily closed for spiritual maintenance”. It’s a goodie. To those who took its message on board and stepped away from social media to enjoy precious moments with family and loved ones, I salute you. I’m sure both you and they benefited from the lack of phone interference. Given how beneficial this little caption was, I want to introduce an equally important one… No one wants to be ill. But fit people especially loathe the lethargy and inevitable lull in training that comes with contracting any illness. I’m a prime example.…
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If you follow my Instagram you’ll know that I am running the London Marathon this year! It will be my first ever marathon and I feel a mixture of excitement, motivation and a kinda – oh my god what have I got myself in for and what the hell do I need to be doing – vibe!! Since I announced the news a couple of days ago I’ve received some super kind words of encouragement and support from friends and those in the running community. I feel like I’m stepping into a new tribe, full of like-minded people on a mission to carry each other through each mile in training and on the big day itself.…
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I am super excited to announce that this October I will be climbing Mount Kilimanjaro and I want YOU to join me! Please read the below to find out why this will be a trip of a lifetime. To book please call/email the contact at the end of the post. I cannot wait to conquer this challenge with you! Why climb Kili? The harder the climb, the greater the view. Life is for living to the full and that means you have to push yourself to achieve the greatest heights. I’m all about growth and personal development and I know that climbing Kilimanjaro, the world’s largest free standing mountain and the only place on land where you can clearly see the curvature of the Earth, will act as a gateway to many enriching personal transformations.…
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Hello you lovely lot and happy new year! I hope you had a fabulous festive break and are feeling pumped for all of 2018’s many possibilities! I’m guessing a fair few of you made health and fitness related new year’s resolutions. I did too. (More on this at the end of the post!) How are you faring with your new regimes? If you set SMART goals then I’m sure you’re doing great. But if you set the bar slightly too high and gave yourself unrealistic goals you may well be struggling. And you’re not alone. Countless people fall into this trap in January.…
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Welcome to the Pulitzer Amsterdam. Hidden amongst the city’s iconic canals this little gem comprises an intricate maze of 25 connecting Golden Age canal houses, decadent guest rooms, a gym, tranquil inner gardens, a garden café, a bar and a restaurant. I found out about the hotel after it kindly started following and liking me on Instagram! The complement was instantly reciprocated and one thing lead to another and before I knew it, we were doing a mini-break. Here’s why you should too! 1. It’s interior is vibrant, decadent and full of colour and charisma. After a full renovation the Pulitzer positively sparkles.…
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I’ve just returned from a short stay in Amsterdam and I loved it. If you’re into your coffee’s and cafe culture then you too will love the dam. I’d heard so much about this eclectic city and yes, mainly how the opportunity to buy weed and magic mushrooms exists on most canal corners and how you can pop into cafes and indulge in both of these things openly. Every picture I’d seen enticed me. Cute canals, cafes, coffee shops and culture (the Anne Frank house is a MUST see) – I don’t know why it took me so long to visit!…
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It was the night before a big stylish wedding in Ibiza and I was of course prepping like a boss to ensure I felt as confident as possible. I’d body brushed all over and applied a face mask followed by a coat of tan. My nails had been painted with a glossy shellac and I’d smothered a treatment into my hair to make it shine for the big day. All these things help make me feel more confident in my own skin when I want to look and feel my best. But perhaps the most important part of my preparation was simplest; ensuring I had fresh breath and a healthy clean white smile.…
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Mental health problems are a growing public health concern. They are prevalent not just in the UK, but around the world. Mixed anxiety & depression is the most common mental disorder in Britain, with 7.8% of people meeting criteria for diagnosis. Encouragingly however, this year has seen a positive shift in addressing the problem with public figures such as the Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry working for the Heads Together campaign, which seeks to combat the stigma surrounding mental health issues, and invite people to speak more openly about their difficulties. It’s well known that one of the best solutions and preventions to stress and anxiety is yoga and meditation – both of which I speak about frequently on my blog and IG.…
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