Very few people know this about me but as it is R U OK day on Thursday 13th September and I am blogging and being open and honest and that will sometimes mean allowing me to be exposed I thought I would discuss my semicolon tattoo! Take Care! We all say it to each other … Continue reading When I was asked R U OK?
Why do women spend millions of dollars every year trying to change the way they look Who determines what is really beautiful? is it society or ourselves? I myself have looked at cosmetic options to change my face and body, my breasts in my opinion are too large, my belly is floppy and I have … Continue reading Who determines a woman’s beauty
Children grow at differing rates and often gain weight right before a growth spurt. Girls heading into puberty have monthly weight fluctuations. Weight is not an indicator of being healthy or unhealthy. A new and ambitious proposal to tackle obesity, plans to see children being ‘weighed-in’ at primary school. This move could lead to ‘labelling’ … Continue reading Is weighing-in children really the answer?
Clearly no one was thinking about their customers when a leading fitness apparel company put a talent call out yesterday via social media. Their mistake was when they asked for fit, active and energetic ‘athletes’ aged 21-40. Anyone who works in the fitness industry and understands the people working out and sweating hard every day, … Continue reading Bad judgement, poor judgement or no judgement call at all
Some of you already know this but for those new to my blog heres a bit of my back story I decided to become a Personal trainer around 8 years ago after completing several rounds of a weight loss program… my initial thought was to pay forward what I had learnt through the weeks and … Continue reading Being a full figured Personal Trainer