• Yesterday I was ask to speak about applying the principles of marketing to having a strategy to living your best business gal life and the advice I would give being my own boss. I’ll be honest I had to read that sentence about 6 times to even understand it myself. And that’s when I realised that I probably wasn’t alone and that somehow a lot of us have found ourselves in this weird space of being almost 30, starting our own businesses – planned or not, while being in between eras of dial ups and Instagram.

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    04/03/2019
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  • Over the past two months, I have been working with a holistic healer to help regain my period back.
    As part of my healing journey we have shifted our focus on three aspects of mindfulness which I will be sharing in ‘episodes’ with you over the month of January – starting with BREATH.

    Let’s dive in…

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    21/01/2019
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  • HAPPY NEW YEARS, kinda.

    Sooo normally Luke and I are scrolling through line-ups and planning our transport to and from a festival for New Years, however we decided to head out to a mini escape this time around, and go camping – I know, how random? But I couldn’t be happier!

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    29/12/2018
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  • 8 week transformation with the SWEAT 12 week challenge.
    But this is only the start of it.

    It’s been 8 weeks into the SWEAT challenge, and even though this is my third time completing the BBG guide, every time I learn something different.

    The first 12 weeks was about starting my journey in fitness, the second was to see a physical transformation and now the third being a mental one. I wanted to transform my attitude towards a program, and not focus on the outcome but rather the lessons picked up along the way.

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    14/03/2018
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  • And just like that it’s 2018!

    As I finish off my emails, I thought it would be a great time to reflect on my fitness journey and share some tips with how to start yours.

    It all started in 2014 when I was committed to a desk job, looking for an escape as the clock hit 5 o’clock. Back then I had a small gym, which homed one treadmill and some old weights – it wasn’t a lot, but it was all I needed.

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    24/01/2018
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About Me


So take a girl with the energy of a greyhound stuck behind a desk for too many years who gave it all up to pursue a more fulfilling life centered around her passion for health and fitness. That rather convoluted sentence sums me up. Read More.

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