As a woman of a certain age — I often hear comments about the lack of discussion and information available about the menopause. Whilst I accept, sadly, that there are many times that this is still the “elephant in the room” (perhaps more often for women in the corporate world) this is far from my experience as a natural health advocate.Read More
Is it OK for a charity to shame and blame?
According to Cancer Research UK, 13 different cancers are linked to obesity: • breast (in women after the menopause) • bowel • pancreatic • oesophageal (food pipe) • liver • kidney • upper stomach • gallbladder • womb • ovarian • thyroid • multiple myeloma (blood cancer) • meningioma (brain cancer)Read More
Hello … my name is Dolly
I am a Sporting Lucas Terrier
I have some news ….. I have a passport! and that’s because i went under the sea
I discovered that I like goin’ to new places with different smellsRead More
I never, ever managed to complete a Rubik’s cube. Did you?
To be honest, it never really bothered me either.
Looking back, I don’t think I have ever been concerned about being perfect. That’s not to say I won’t try my very best whenever things are important.Read More
t all starts with awareness.
I like to think of this like a waterfall tumbling into a giant pool of water. The water jumbles around as we watch from the sidelines luring us to jump in. We experience the energy in the water as it knocks us and rolls us around; upside down, sometimes pulling us underneath the surface. Initially, we may enjoy the experience, as we ignore any notices that waRead More
There is still a big part of me that feels guilty if I spend too much on my footwear but if I find something that fits well, I am a happy girl! These are my favourite shoes and they go with everything. They have a good heel height, make me feel confident and are perfect for when I speak on stage for example.
Now why am I waffling on about shoes, you may ask?Read More
The lifestyle programme that addresses the imbalances in our gut created by our 21st century living.Read More
Special offer on interactive cook books. Follow along with the video demo on each page for healthy and easy recipes.Read More
One simple and effective remedy for vertigo.Read More
How maintaining healthy feminine hormones are essential to living life to the full, whatever your age.Read More
How to protect yourself from suffering with the most common disease of the 21st centuryRead More
Hidden sugars, weight gain, obesity, and type 11 diabetes - how you can take back controlRead More
Changing the emphasis towards healthy fats and how this maintains good brain, bone, heart health and increases energy and vitality.Read More
The top 5 tips to living a healthy and happy life by making small lifestyle changesRead More
It’s not all in the genes after all. The lifestyle choices you make can and will give you peace of mind, a brighter future and better health and vitality.Read More
Continued exposure to foods that you are intolerant to, creates inflammation in the body and can show itself is all sorts of ways including, digestive issues, migraines, auto immune diseases, poor memory, joint pains, cardiovascular disease, obesity, infertility, sexual dysfunction, depression, cancer and more.Read More
Today of all days, I feel that it is the time to recognise the influence of war on my family and therefore on meRead More
Gill Barham grew up in a small English village, south of Exeter in Devon in the 1960s. Her first passion in life was for music, learning classical guitar from the age of eight, performing at school and in an adult choir from the age of sixteen.Read More
I am happy to announce that one of the beautiful magazines, the Sovereign, is celebrating its first anniversary, and as a contributing editor (I write the wellbeing articles) I have been given the opportunity to give 10 new people a chance to be in the new edition at a 50% discount.Read More
Depression and stress has long been recognised as an area to acknowledge and address within the workplace.Read More