Now the beast from the east and blisteringly cold blizzards seem to have finally BO (!) I thought it an apt time to share my experience of rowing with Olympic Gold medalist Alex Gregory. If you fancy a spring break to the cotswolds then rowing with Alex should be a MUST! Read my article below to find out more!… Continue reading...
When the seasons change so too does our external environment. Sunlight exposure, temperature, wind, rain and natural life all fluctuate and this obviously has a big impact on how we feel and even how we look. We’re usually happier and more energetic when we have a decent amount of sun exposure and an environment that’s rich with life. But when our external environment is harsh, urban, polluted and our skin is exposed to all kinds of extreme weather and temperatures viruses like colds reign supreme, skin feels dry and delicate and our mood and energy often take a nose dive.
To help manage the effects of the changing seasons, Hello Day has designed supplements specifically formulated by doctors and pharmacists to help you prepare and manage your body, mind and spirit throughout the year.… Continue reading...
I love yoga and I love being outside. So now that spring has sprung and the sun is shining, I’m pretty happy taking any opportunity I can to workout in the parks or my garden. Yoga is something I haven’t ever prioritised but whenever I do it I feel so much calmer, more flexible and restored both mentally and physically. So when FeetUp sent me its nifty yoga trainer I couldn’t resist having a play! It’s super easy and quick to assemble and once it’s ready to go you’ll find that having it in the house is like having your very own trainer with you 24/7 – always looking at you as if to say “Go and do some yoga!”
I’ve been loving taking the FeetUp Trainer into my garden and going through all the poses on the poster which comes with it.… Continue reading...
Beetroot Chocolate Brownie Sundae
1 Chocolate Brownie Quest bar
250 g coconut/Fage natural 0% Greek yogurt
1 beetroot, 3cm x 2cm piece of ginger, half a lime, 250g plains oya yogurt.
1 teaspoon of chia seeds.
1 kiwi slice.
1. Place the beetroot, lime juice, ginger and soya yogurt into a blender and blend until runny.
2. Unwrap one Chocolate Brownie Quest bar and place it in the microwave for 10 seconds. This turns the bar gooey. Then place the bar into a small bowl and add two teaspoons of coconut oil and a little piping hot water and stir so it becomes a paste.… Continue reading...