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How to raise the quality of your food

How to raise the quality of your food

Elevating the quality of your food is key to weight loss. Processed foods are, at best, confusing to our appetites, and may be why we are carrying extra weight in the first place. So let’s eat real, whole foods from now on How whole is…

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Vocation, vocation, vocation: Part 1, casting the internet too wide

Vocation, vocation, vocation: Part 1, casting the internet too wide

After years of letting this online habit fall away, I realised I’d spent a day doing that soulsapping search-a-course-on-the-internet thing. Welcome to the first of a couple of posts about Life Purpose Surfing yourself silly Do you do that thing too? I think it’s one…

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How to slow down your eating

How to slow down your eating

Slowing down your eating is absolutely key if you aim to lose weight and alter your eating psychology. It sounds simple, but are you really doing it yet? This month, make it your business to start learning and practising Here’s a simple list of straightforward…

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What healthy food will get you through Winter?

What healthy food will get you through Winter?

In Summer there’s salad, and you don’t even have to try to want it, you just do. And you crave fruit. But in Winter, you crave gravy. And that’s not great for every day eating. So what foods have got you through? This was a…

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How to start an exercise habit, 3 times a week

How to start an exercise habit, 3 times a week

My critics might wonder, and laugh, at why I’ve been walking to the gym in my fitness outfit with my headphones on, only to turn tail at the electronic turnstile and walk straight back home. Well, guys, laugh you may, but I’m trying to entrench…

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How to get into a great weightloss mindset

How to get into a great weightloss mindset

“ Guilt. Shame. Self-reproach. Self-policing. Powering through. Pushing yourself. Taking failure to heart. Wishing surgery on your body parts. Believing that you will never. Rushing. Setting unrealistic goals. Just generally thinking, actually. Stop that already.  Perceptual shift is key, if you want to lose weight…

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Why do I binge eat?

Why do I binge eat?

Binge eating and dieting – or even making up restricting food rules for yourself – go hand in hand. I know. I used to do it! Here’s how it works, and how to begin to react differently.  I’m talking to you now as someone who…

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There’s only fear and love

There’s only fear and love

I gingerly admit it: this is probably the most overtly spiritual post I’ve ever written. Try it out. And join me in wondering: What IS fear? What IS love?   There’s only fear and love. That’s the theory In other words, all emotions are underpinned…

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Actions speak louder than words

Actions speak louder than words

Maybe it’s because I’m a woman*, or poetically inclined, or a dramatist, or a literature student, or a writer – but words and what people say are important to me. But what if they weren’t? What if I just couldn’t ‘hear’ people’s words? What if…

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Waiting (or ’embracing timelessness’)

Waiting (or ’embracing timelessness’)

I used to love deadlines: found them energising, and focus-giving. I’d make up all kinds of deadlines for myself and stick to them religiously. Not any more! I was thinking about this while I waited for a haircut in a place you don’t make appointments,…

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