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How Eating Bread Made Me Crave Chocolate.

I have found that since cutting out bread, my sweet tooth has SERIOUSLY lessened.

Is this because the willpower I exerted over cutting out bread (and other grainy foods) has strengthened my willpower muscle? 991 more words

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Nourishing Yourself on a Budget. Part 2.


Once your belly is fully of veggies, and you’ve got a few herbs growing in the kitchen, how else can you save whilst looking after yourself – inside and outside? 1,943 more words

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A Healthy Meal Plan For Children (And Grown Ups).

If you’ve just read my article “What to Feed Children” then you may be thinking that the lists of foods I am not a fan of, and the foods I think are the best for children might be a bit overwhelming. 2,149 more words

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Choose Connection For Contentment.

I’ve realized that whatever I engage with is either going to give me something, or take something away from me. So I’ve figured that for the sake of my wellbeing, it’s worth paying some attention to what takes the stuffing out of me, and what brings me to contentment and calm. 802 more words

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Beating the Elusiveness of Motivation

A stranger at the gym approached me a couple of months ago, and asked a very simple question: how do I stay motivated? Al shared with me that he is 73, and had recently suffered a mild heart attack. 835 more words


Ultimate Place To Find Happiness

Happiness… Smile… Happy… The words have a very comforting place and sound. As you read or hear them, you feel a comforting sense overtaking your whole mind and body. 264 more words

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Are You Numbing Out, Instead of Relaxing?

We often turn to comforting habits in a bid to help us relax. But are we truly relaxed afterwards? Or numbed out?

Numbed out, for me, feels like losing track of time, letting my brain unwind whilst making it engaged in something stimulating, engaging in impulsive behaviours, almost getting into a trance like state and then ‘waking up’ feeling a bit groggy and disorientated. 1,212 more words

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