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Steam-roasted salmon and broccoli

I have recently discovered Rukmini Iyer’s new book ‘The Roasting Tin’.   I can’t recommend this book highly enough as it is full of tasty, easy, generally quick, nutritious meals. So I wanted to share my current favourite recipe with you.  If this wets your appetite I recommend

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Inspiring people and places – The Chapel blog

I am very proud to have been featured in the latest Chapel blog. The Chapel is a unique and innovative hair salon with premises in Tunbridge Wells, London, and others in the South East.   Their founder, Amanda Dicker, is a truly inspirational woman, so I am thrilled

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Summer rollercoaster

It has been a long summer. I’ve had some great times, with family and friends.  I’ve also (like many others) had the challenge of balancing work and childcare commitments.  It’s been a rollercoaster ride, with ups, downs and surprises around every corner!  As we approach September, this

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Movement is for Everyone

I have wanted to write this blog post for a while but have felt nervous about doing so.  Why?  Well, because although I am a fitness professional, there are things I do not like about the fitness industry and this has made me question my place in

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The Great Outdoors

My favourite place to exercise is outside, preferably on a cold crisp autumnal day.  I’d rather be active on pretty much any day, in (almost) any weather, than in a studio or gym.  As a Personal Trainer in Tunbridge Wells I’m always looking out for great places

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WHY WELLBEING SHOULD BE A PART OF YOUR HR STRATEGY

I met a fabulous lady recently, Wendy Read, owner of Tunbridge Wells business, HR Revolution.  She has written a blog about why wellbeing in the workplace is so important for a healthy productive workforce. It’s a great blog. As a personal trainer with a passion for holistic

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Eat, drink and be merry, it’s good for the soul

Eat, drink and be merry this Christmas, it’s good for the soul I have had a few big nights out this month.  Weekends where I’ve not had enough sleep and have had too much alcohol.  I’ve also laughed a lot, re-bonded with good friends I haven’t seen

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You can’t pour from an empty cup

I featured in the spring edition of the Tunbridge Wells Parents Directory.  This is a great local directory, with useful articles for parents.  As a busy personal trainer and a mum of two, I was pleased to offer some practical tips, I hope you find them useful.

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How to give up processed sugar

How to give up processed sugar

Giving up sugar is tough! It’s very addictive and our bodies are used to getting it from so many different sources, it’s a constant battle to keep our sugar intake low. Sugar is linked to so many health issues that it really is worth the effort though,

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The New Health Rules

The New Health Rules I’m a big fan of whole body wellness, the idea that we need to look holistically at our bodies and minds in order to thrive.   I’ve been really engaged with this idea and have come across a fantastic book that I wanted to

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