Keys to weight loss: Smarter Goals

I’ve done a lot of soul searching recently, wondering about what I’ve achieved, what hasn’t worked out. One thing that stands out to me is that I’ve really embraced the principle of Smarter goals. As I’ve matured I’ve simply focused more and more on the principles of smarter goals in a sub-conscious way. Over time it’s become clearer to me …

Managing lifes competing demands: fitting health in

Successful people are simply good at managing the pressures of demanding lives. So people that are successful at being healthy are good at managing the pressures of daily life. Whether the measure of health is weight loss, fitness or happiness its all about balancing pressures, prioritising and directing your efforts. That’s what I call competing and why I have a site …

The pressure is good for you

The pressure is good for you

The pin came with an extra quote that I love “When we long for life without difficulties, remind us that oaks grow strong in contrary winds and diamonds are made under pressure” – Peter Marshall” [from pinterest compete] [checkout pinterest]

Amy Clover: Strong Inside Out

  Today I listened to Amy Clover  with a very inspirational story but also an approach to wellness that I like a lot. One about focusing on enjoyment and accepting who you are. Not beating yourself up all the time to get to where you want to be. Learning to enjoy the process of gaining your health.

Launch message: hedging your bets

Life isn’t guaranteed it can be great and it can be terrible and building for the future really is all about hedging your bets. I know it’s cliche but over the year I’ve come to realise that life isn’t about spending money, it’s about spending time because you can always earn more money but you can never earn more time. …

How to make your work life healthy?

When I started Fit2Thrive I wanted to do a series of articles exploring how to embed healthy routines, including plenty of movement, into different lifestyles and occupations. People ask me how a lawyer, journalist, teacher or software developer could move throughout their day and they are surprised how many simple and easy answers I have.