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WLW 019 Lee Holmes on Fasting Your Way to Wellness

After the super helpful and inspiring interview that I had with Lee Holmes back in August last year, I wanted to get Lee back on the show to share more of her beautiful wisdom and guidance and talk to us about her latest book, Fast Your Way to Wellness. Lee Holmes is a holistic nutritionist, yoga teacher, wholefoods chef, Lifestyle Food Channel’s Healthy Eating Expert and author of the best selling books Supercharged Food: Eat Your Way to Health, Supercharged Food: Eat Yourself Beautiful, ...

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WLW 011: Dr. Libby on Women’s Wellness Wisdom

If you’re ready for more practical insights and inspiration from another one of my favorite holistic health gurus, then this episode with Dr. Libby Weaver is not to be missed. Dr. Libby is one of Australasia’s leading nutritional biochemists. She is a speaker and prolific author – with nine number one bestselling books including Accidentally Overweight, Rushing Woman’s Syndrome and her latest book, Women’s Wellness Wisdom. Dr. Libby has a beautiful, natural ability to break down even ...

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WLW 010: Lee Holmes on Using Food as Medicine

Are you obsessed with food? Do you spend too many waking hours thinking about what you can and can’t eat and feeling guilty when you make ‘unhealthy’ decisions? If you ask me, it’s time we change the conversation around food entirely, which is why I wanted to interview one of my favourite holistic health gurus, Lee Holmes. This podcast is a little different to the subject matter we usually cover on women, leadership and work, and I’m super excited to share it with you because nothing ...

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How to beat the back to work blues

Cruising around social media this week it didn’t take long to get the posts of people feeling the blues being back at work. Pretty normal, and as I sit here on the last days of my holiday, I am already thinking forward to next week and what I will be doing to keep hold of the peace, calm and relaxation that I have had whilst being on break. If you are feeling the blues, or already feeling a bit too stressed out as the real world realities take their grip on you, join me in using these ...

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Feeling maxed out? 9 ways to get from Superwoman to Wellwoman.

Do you ever groan at the presumed impossibility of building and maintaining a successful career, having a fulfilling personal life, and also having health and happiness? Do you feel like you are on a never-ending treadmill, running for your life and scared to look left or right for fear of falling off? You are not alone. Countless women continue to struggle with the thought of having it all, doing it all, or for many women, just keeping up. In fact, in recent research I conducted in America, ...

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Get the career you want without compromising your wellbeing

We hear all the time about the struggle women face in getting to the top in their careers. We know it can be a hard push, with long hours, the double shift, competing demands, and the bias that can exist in workplaces. And we know that many women are saying that it’s just all too hard, so they are sidelining themselves, starting their own businesses, or opting out all together. We need more women in leadership roles – but we also need specific strategies to help them get there other ...

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10 things to do if you’re feeling blue

Let’s face it, we all get a bit down sometimes. For some people it’s seasonal and they can’t seem to shake that sad feeling when it’s cold and dreary outside. For others, it can just hit them out of the blue, for no reason at all. I know what it’s like, I am not immune from it either. Rather than trying to ignore the feeling, repress it, or distract yourself from it with shopping, drinking or bingeing on cupcakes (yes, guilty), here are some self loving, kind and ...

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