• Don’t let your resolutions fade in February.

    So many of us have a sense of purpose in January. The New Year brings promise of new challenges and the chance to kick-start a fitness regime. But February can be the time when those resolutions falter and you really need to focus on the  sense of purpose you had on January 1st. A block Continue reading »

  • Everyone needs some play in their lives

    Poignant short. A Wednesday reminder that we all need a bit of play to change the colour of our mood…don’t let the grind get you down…run about in the rain on your way home from work/school :0) How Society Kills Our Creativity – In A Breathtaking Award-Winning Short Film

  • The First Day of Spring 2017

    The weather may not be overly ‘springly’ in the UK this week but if you want to connect a little with the changing season try this. Stand/sit outside in a quiet(ish) spot. Take a moment to listen to the birds, the wind in the trees and take a few moments to breathe. Try this breathing Continue reading »

  • The Mighty Sweet Potato

    It’s all a bit soggy, gloomy and autumnal in Oxfordshire today! Lots of people feeling under the weather with colds and coughs…time for a superfood recipe. This one is inspired by Jamie Oliver’s new Superfood series. Yeh I know Jamie jumps on the healthy eating bandwagon…but this is my kind of bandwagon. So today: sweet Continue reading »

  • Immune boosting soup

    The weather is promising to perk up in the next few days, but for those of us staring out at rain, thinking of the cold days and nights to come, here’s an immune boosting soup recipe to warm you up and give you some super powers! Now I know beetroot is not everyone’s favourite veg Continue reading »

  • Short on work out time?

    Short on training time? Take a look at this article about interval training following a short sequence of your own fav exercises. Basic idea is you work at medium pace for 30 secs, a bit harder for 20 secs then flat out for 10 secs. Repeat as many times as you like. Great if you Continue reading »