Shackles

Is there a destiny within you unfulfilled and an opportunity you are still waiting for? I cannot imagine anyone will honestly answer ‘no, I have achieved everything and am completely content’.  We absolutely should have aspirations and goals. But often these are ‘shackled’ by people and environments that keep us small. A person can beContinue reading “Shackles”

What you want vs. What you need.

“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life”: Steve Jobs When asked what I value most in the world (loved ones aside) I always answer “my time”. My time is so valuable to me that I refuse to waste it. I refuse to sit through tv time if it brings nothingContinue reading “What you want vs. What you need.”

Numbers Game

I have long been a believer that I did not need to know maths as I did not want to be a pharmacist nor scientist, and I had a calculator. Maths is not in my DNA. HOWEVER having recently started my bodybuilding, I have realised I had got this completely wrong. Macros, Micros, TDEE andContinue reading “Numbers Game”

High Performance Planning

It seems that the more I try to plan action, the more I become distracted by all the other things I need to get done. To be vital rather than functional is my ultimate goal, but the functional things sit all around me screaming for attention. I am a girl that became the woman ofContinue reading “High Performance Planning”

What do you see?

What do you see? The menacing dark clouds or the beauty of the sun rays tearing through? Or do you see the weeds at the bottom that despite their low position reach tall and grow despite the adversity of not being wanted nor beautiful, reach high and proud to bathe in the sunlight and warmth?Continue reading “What do you see?”

Consumer Nutritional Experts

Women are experts. We shop for our families, we devotedly list every food we eat on MyFitnessPal when we have hit that ‘rock bottom’ of weight gain. And so we are, without doubt, consumer nutritional experts. What woman doesn’t know that cake and bread are ‘bad’ carbs and that brown rice and wholegrains are bothContinue reading “Consumer Nutritional Experts”