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Skin Survival Skills For The Silly Season

December 7, 2017 | Gaye Barlow

Looking forward to sitting back and relaxing during the summer holidays? We all are! Hey, we’ve worked hard this year, so don’t we deserved a spot of relaxation, and even a bit of silliness?  While we probably do deserve to take a break and get some relaxation time, we can never stop caring about our […]

How To ‘Lift’ Your Pelvic Floor Health

November 20, 2017 | Jo Cordell-Cooper

I recently attended a day long professional development course all about the core held by the Continence Foundation.  I’d have to say most people do not understand the core very well.  Many know it’s important for back health however it became evident that there is a lot of misunderstanding and disagreement about what muscles make […]

What Makes Someone Difficult to Communicate With?

November 10, 2017 | Kylie Warry

One of the most popular questions I get is how can I deal with a ‘Difficult’ person? Each of you almost everyday will come across someone you find difficult to some degree.  Many of you a this precise moment are in a world of stress and anxiety because of a difficult person. Perhaps they are […]

Stay Fresh and Bright at Your Next Conference

November 7, 2017 | Gaye Barlow

Conferences and residential training can play havoc with your routine, and for some of us they are stressful. The air-conditioned travel and conference atmosphere, the different food, and socialising between sessions and all evening can take their toll. It’s likely you will experience shorter nights and sleep less well. By the time you get home,  […]

Could It Be a Food Sensitivity? If So, Which Food?

October 20, 2017 | Jo Cordell-Cooper

As part of my personal training business we offer a clean eating approach which means we aim to eat food as close to its natural source as we can with as little human intervention as is practical. It’s a time to looking at labels to see what’s really in our food and minimising additives and […]

5 Preventative Tips To Avoid a Pain in the Neck

September 18, 2017 | Jo Cordell-Cooper

Nothing zaps your energy faster than pain – and I’ve been in a load of pain this week. I hurt my neck and now I’m noticing how heavy my head is. This is a similar problem that I have written about before sometimes under the guise of the poor ergonomics that go with laptop use, […]

Key Life Lessons When Things Are Tough!

September 11, 2017 | Caryn Walsh

We all struggle at times.  Life is not always easy and we may find it hard to work out where we fit in.  We may lack clarity about who we are, what we want to do and where we want to be – or more importantly –  where we are going! So, we turn to […]

S.A.D.? (Seasonal Affected Disorder) and What You Can Do To Avoid It.

August 15, 2017 | Jo Cordell-Cooper

The up side of turning back the clock in Autumn is that apparent extra hour of sleep in the morning but for many it means less daylight or shorter daylight hours which for many can trigger seasonal affected disorder, or S.A.D., a type of depression that lasts until Spring. Experts say the real trigger is […]

5 Self-Care Mindset Tips To Beat The Winter Blues

July 19, 2017 | Sue Lester

Even those of us blessed with sunny Queensland winters can be affected by the cold and shorter days, and the nasty germs flying around that leave you feeling tired and miserable. So it’s even more important during these months to look after yourself, even if you have a demanding family, career or business. Seriously, you […]

Tech That Gets You Fit – quick, easy and free options

July 17, 2017 | Jo Cordell-Cooper

What do you need to get moving? Do you need a personal trainer, gym membership or just a pair of shoes?  If you are time poor, as most business women are, use these free apps  to get running.  Running is a great stress reliever and quite a time efficient workout also.  The break from work […]