A health update – what eight years of following this AIP way of life has done for my health (and what I’m still working on.) It’s always interesting to stop and take stock. A big thanks to Sara for motivating me to write this post!
Have you identified a word of the year for 2021? It’s a great little tool to help you to remove some of the overwhelm that inevitably comes when you consider ALL the things you want to achieve at the beginning of a new year. Especially after the year we’ve just had…
You’d think the things living with a chronic and painful skin disease like Hidradenitis suppurativa would have been all bad. But they’re not. Some are good. Some are even very good…
Action precedes motivation – One life-changing perspective. Really!
Might you have had it wrong all these years? Have you been thinking that motivation drives action?
Are you a people-pleaser like me? Do you experience an emotional need to please others even at the expense of your own needs? I get it. And I get that it isn’t easy to stop being one, too. This is for you.
After a tough year for so many of us – one that isn’t yet over – here’s a juicy suggestion for you, what if you made kindness part of your purpose?
Creating rituals is all about making choices that serve you. Which sounds easy, but really isn’t. If it were, everyone would be doing it. Here’s how I do it…
Something a little different for you! ‘How to speak down under’ is my receptacle for my Aussie and Kiwi words and phrases – a central point for storing them so that you need only check in here if I ever say something you don’t quite understand.
Why you should share your health goals – all the reasons for sharing your health goals with others who get it and how it helps you on this health caper you’re on. And believe me, it really does.
The AIP. One thing at a time. If you had to pick the ONE most important thing your AIP experience has taught you so far, what would it be? I asked around and it turns out the AIP means different things to everyone!