21 things I learned in 2015

November 30, 2015

At the end of 2014 I wrote an article titled ‘21 things I learned in 2014‘ that I received a lot of positive feedback for. Well, that was that, I felt like the smartest person alive and I kicked off 2015 safe in the knowledge I finally had everything figured out…

Advice that will – for reals – change your life

March 8, 2015

It’s International Women’s Day, and do you know how many people have asked me to write an advice article in honour of such a great day? None, but I’m doing it anyway.

‘The little victories of former fatties’ or ‘6 alternative reasons to lose weight’

January 14, 2015

There are many, many health related reasons why you should lose weight. Being overweight can increase your risk of cancer, heart disease and diabetes. It can affect your mood, your confidence and the ease at which you can tackle stairs. Like being a smoker or a boozer, we all know that being overweight is bad for us, but that doesn’t mean people want to do something about it, or even if they do, it can seem like a pretty daunting task.

21 things I learned in 2014

December 15, 2014

Every day’s a school day, that’s what they say. Well for me, 2014 has pretty much been a degree in what-the-fuck-is-going-on and, come New Year’s Eve, I am confident I will graduate with a modest 2:2.

Hitting the G-Spot (the gym, that is)

October 19, 2014

I’m thinking of joining a gym, there you go I’ve said it out loud.

NHS Weight Loss Surgeon wants Costa out of hospitals

September 22, 2014

Dr Sally Norton, NHS Weight Loss Surgeon asks: “Does a spoonful of sugar help the medicine go down… or the obesity crisis go up?”

The Only Way is Cycling for Lydia Bright

August 8, 2013

Former TOWIE star Lydia Bright is calling on people across the UK to get on their bikes this summer and take part in Pedal On UK (16th August – 7th September), a UK-wide cycle tour of family-friendly bike rides and community festivals.

Holidays could be the best form of ‘contraception’

July 1, 2013

New research reveals four in ten Brits will plan pregnancies around pre-booked holidays.