Before I ruffle a few feathers, I should say that I am not a great advocate of business breakfasts, largely because they occur at an untimely hour and disrupt my day. Additionally, I do not eat bacon baps or "batches" (if you live where I do), nor do I eat cooked breakfasts, except on very … Continue reading Do Business Breakfasts prejudice Women in Business?
Well it's been a month of trials and challenges on many fronts, but I finally decided to ditch the boot brace as it became more painful to wear it, than not! I can't walk very far or very fast, even with the crutches and it is extremely painful but I know that each day there … Continue reading One month on and I’ve ditched the boot brace…
It was 5 weeks ago that I broke my ankle, had an operation to fix it and my fitness journey stalled! So did my weight loss. Since then, I have had to keep my leg elevated most of the time and can only get around on crutches. Don't get me wrong, I haven't gained any … Continue reading Life on crutches…and my Health & Fitness campaign
Well January hasn't quite panned out as planned but I know that everything happens for a reason. After the euphoria of completing my first 5k at Parkrun as Tail Runner, albeit it was a mix of brisk walking and slow jogging, I came down with a throat virus and lost my voice. After dosing myself … Continue reading The PACT…On pause!!
Getting back into the flow again after a short break was a little daunting, especially as I may have undone a little of the good work and battled a stomach virus. But on with the plan... Even if I slip a little, I make sure that I don't just give up and treat each day … Continue reading The PACT…Week 7
This is often a time of year for reflection. We set goals for the year ahead, personal and business, and see the New Year as a fresh start. For some this may just be a bullet point list of non specific dreams but for others, these will be important milestones and targets. However, I truly … Continue reading New Year, New Goals…Will you achieve them?
I knew this was going to be difficult. However, I remain committed on non social days...walking where I can, doing short bursts of exercise at home and attending my sessions, albeit on a limited basis.
Can you see the difference...I have a waist!!
I've just completed Week 3 and have 3 amazing achievements:
I am already noticing the difference and was amazed to see that I was already 7 lbs lighter on the scales! However, for me, this isn't about the scales...it's about fitting into my clothes.