Interview with Meditation Teacher Natalie Camilla

Throughout November, I set myself the challenge to meditate once a day, every day. Although I’d tried meditation in the past, up until now I was never consistent with it.  Since sticking to a daily practice of just 10-15 minutes, I’ve noticed some really positive changes. I’m falling asleep quicker and am finding that my sleep is deeper and less interrupted, which means I’m feeling better (even with those 6am weekday wake-up calls!). I’m also finding ways to stay in the moment and be more present which, in turn, is helping my stress and anxiety levels. All good stuff, so…
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Emotional eating and how to manage it

Ever wondered why you turn to food when you’re stressed, upset or feeling lonely? Have you found yourself feeling guilty or ashamed after eating to help satisfy an emotional need? Then perhaps you have experienced emotional eating – the topic I aim to discuss in this blog post.   So what is it?   In short, emotional eating is when food is used as a coping mechanism for your emotions.  An important thing to understand is that emotional eating is not down to a lack of self-control. It’s also something that most people experience at some level, as many of…
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Not so boring packed lunches

I think lunches, especially when you’re running a busy schedule and working, can be the hardest to keep healthy and enjoyable at the same time. Finding the time to prepare you lunch in advance is one of the best ways to ensure you can get in a nutrient dense and filling meal, to help keep you fuelled for the rest of your working day. I’ve come up with 4 easy recipes which can be batch cooked and thrown together in minimal time, to take with you during your working week. By the way! I’ve not included weight amounts in these…
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Finding time to do what you love

As each week passes, each month turns into the next and each new season creeps from one to the other, it can be easy to get wrapped up in everyday normality, and settle for what’s comfortable in life.  As the focus often lies on work and the responsibilities we have as individuals, I’m beginning to wonder how many of us really spend time developing ourselves and allowing the freedom and kindness, to do the things that we really love and which bring personal enjoyment in life. How much time do we allow for creativity and learning, without too much pressure…
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Recommended healthy dinner recipes

One of the best ways to incorporate healthy meals into your diet is through cooking at home. If you cook from scratch, you know exactly what’s going into your food and you can ensure you’re getting in a good balance of nutrients so your body (and mind) is fuelled and can function at it’s best. I’ve mentioned this before but I personally do not avoid any food group in my meals intentionally. I eat fats, proteins and carbs in my meals, depending on what I feel like and I don’t follow specific rules or principles around food. This is what…
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