Does it ever feel like the older you get, the more time poor you are? The more you try and succeed, the less time you have to do other things. From work to family to social commitments and even just general life – it feels like we have less and less hours in the day.
The holidays can be tough for those of us maintaining a healthy lifestyle but rest assured – I have 10 tips to get you guys through Easter without undoing all your hard work BUT still making sure you have a great long weekend with your loved ones. My top 10 tips are below for you guys:
My friends call me the cheese platter queen and I’ll happily take that title. My mum has been making EPIC cheese platters for as long as I can remember and I’ve grown up happily munching on them. The key to an epic cheese platter however is to get the perfect mix of ingredients so it’s not only tasty but also healthy. Thanks mum for teaching me the art of the perfect platter!
If you’re in South-East Queensland, then Noosa should be on the top of your list of places to visit. Apart from being some of the more expensive real estate in Australia per square meter, it also has stunning natural features to view, friendly locals, delicious food and plenty of outdoor activities.
I’ve been lucky enough to review the new Summer Land Artisan Collection camel milk skin care this summer for you guys. It’s a beautiful brand which is Australian made (in small batches) and owned. It has been developed with ultimate wellness in mind. I love finding local, Australian made companies to showcase some fabulous new products for you guys instead of the general large brands we find in the supermarket on a daily basis.
Let me firstly say this is NOT a sponsored post – we simply stumbled across this when we were at Southbank and I thought you guys would love it! If you’re looking for a fun and free family day out – head to GOMA at Southbank. From Nov 4th – Feb 11th – Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama’s artwork is on display.
Poor sleep and poor nutrition go hand in hand
In our busy lives, sleep can be seen as less important than other activities. Many of us give up some sleep to catch up on other things like work, playing computer or late night TV. Getting less than 7 hours sleep per night has been linked to weight gain and increased stress. Just one or two nights of skipping sleep can have an impact on your health, mood and weight.