This edition is a ‘best of’ to get you through the season and a wrap up for the year from me. I’ll be taking a short break from 18 December to 7 January – but if you would like to book an appointment or purchase a gift voucher you can do so at anytime due to the wonders of the digital world.
Are you ready to kiss 2014 goodbye?
I’m delighted to be in an infinitely better state of body, mind and spirit, than when I wrote my final newsletter for 2013. In the past twelve months I’ve closed my clinic, returned to good health, moved interstate, journeyed across the world, relaunched my business and swum in the sea more frequently than ever before.
How about you? Do we ever have years that don’t feel monumental anymore? Rewarding or challenging, congratulations for making it through to the finish line.
As your time is precious right now, this is an express edition of the newsletter. I’ve updated the best of my seasonal resources – to help make life in the busy season a little easier. It contains the essentials for getting through the end of the year, so that this period is as stress-free and enjoyable as possible. There are also simple gift ideas and Christmas food suggestions. If you’re after some holiday reading, there’s some ‘food for thought’ to browse through at your leisure. Instead of one recipe this month – I’ve collated over 50 of my original recipes, maybe one or two will grace your table this month?
With an eye on the New Year, I’m pleased to announce that due to popular demand Health Q & A Monday is back next month in a new format. If you miss Health Trip and would like to ask a health and happiness question, please send them in now.
Finally, a huge thank you for all the love and support this year. I’ve really appreciated it. I am well and enjoying building up my practice again. I get a thrill helping you live your happiest and healthiest life.
Wishing you a happy Christmas and summer (or winter) solstice, and hope the season brings you all you desire.?
In good health,
All you need to get through to the New Year
Sick of turkey? Some seasonal ideas for a healthier Christmas feast.
A bumper crop of low cost/home-made/free/meaningful/ethical gift ideas.
Surviving adrenal burn out.
Navigating the Christmas blues.
A second look at last month’s tips to help you power through the season.
Food for thought – summer reading
Contemplate a sea change.
Live a simpler life.
The easiest way to beat stress.
Take the stress out of cooking
Don’t know what to cook the vegan friend, the aunt whose just been diagnosed with a gluten intolerance or looking for something both special and healthy – check out my collection of more than 50 simple and delicious recipes.