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Hormones Part 2 – What Else Might We Have To Look Forward To?

Disclaimer: I am not a qualified medical practitioner. These are my personal opinions and advice. If you were unsure or struggling with your health or hormones then a visit to your own General Practitioner would be advised. So here’s a quick recap of part 1! Hormones fascinate me! So complicated, so powerful, so personal. We […]

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Hormones Part 1 – What’s the norm?

Disclaimer: I am not a qualified medical practitioner. These are my personal opinions and advice. If you were unsure or struggling with your health then a visit to your own General Practitioner would be advised. Hormones fascinate me! So complicated, so powerful, so personal. We all have hormones. At various times in our lives they […]

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Menopause – how can we remain in charge during this changing phase?

Menopause – That thing we dread…’the change’! It’s a natural process that weirdly only causes symptoms for some people and not others! But importantly when it does it seems to impact both the person going through it and the people around them. I believe the more everyone knows about this stuff the better. After all, […]

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I am Supermum!

I am supermum and you are too! There is an incredible pressure on females nowadays to be a career driven woman, a supermodel, a home keeper and a socialite. That’s before they decide to start a family. When they start a family they are expected to continue to be a career driven women, a supermodel, […]

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Having A Child And Back Pain Don’t Have To Be The Norm.

Disclaimer: I am not a qualified physiotherapist or specialist in musculo-skeletal problems. I am just giving my view on simple common problems that can be easily fixed. There are many many more complicated issues regarding injury, posture etc. These may require you to visit a qualified physiotherapist or health care professional to have your problems […]

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The Jealousy of Living With a GB Athlete

I have raced in a number of events as an amateur triathlete for Great Britain. I represented my country in both the World Championships and the European Championships at Olympic, Half Ironman and full Ironman distances. Earning my slot in the Ironman World Championships in Kona was the pinnacle of my athletic ‘career’. But I […]

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Has Someone Stolen My Life?

When I had my son I used to use the phrase “I feel like someone’s stolen my life”. My husband and I fell out about this the first time he heard me say it! I think he thought I meant I regretted having Ronnie or something. When actually I was trying to say nothing about […]

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