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After getting home from a long day at work, often cooking is the last thing on the list of things we want to do.   Despite our best intentions of enjoying a healthy dinner, takeaway starts to seem like a quicker and easier option. Unfortunately take-away also comes with a side of extra calories, fat and sodium and lack in fibre and quality protein (the stuff that helps keep you full!). So, out the window our goals go.  But a quick and healthy dinner is just a matter of knowing what

Whether its work, friends, juggling the family and kids or a combination of the lot, all woman can find themselves busy and caught up in the motion of things.  But that shouldn’t mean looking after yourself and your wellbeing should have to slip up either.  Often your wellbeing (healthy eating, exercise, mindfulness) gets pushed aside at these times in our lives without realising the consequences.  Consequences often include a lack of energy or concentration, feeling run down, stress as well as poor mental health – all things we don’t want

Lunchbreaks are the all-important break in the workday, that we are either waiting for during a slow day or can completely miss on a busy day.  This valuable time should not be wasted, as you’ll find you will be a whole lot more productive during the afternoon as well as leaving yourself with some spare time after work or spare cash in the pocket.  Check out these five tips, see which one works for you and aim to make it happen. Every workday. Say goodbye to buying lunch. Bring your

Do you spend a fair few hours a month travelling for work, between airports, conferences and meetings? Don’t let travel overtake your #bodyboss, and wave goodbye to your wellbeing goals left on the tarmac. Often travel means airports, lay-overs, plane food, conferences and needless to say, finding healthy food can be difficult to find.  Naturally these places haven’t quite jumped on-board of the healthy (but something delicious you actually want to eat!) bandwagon, and temptations of a muffin or cookie get stronger as the day gets longer.  Keep these simple

You will feel better.  I promise you. Whether it’s a stomach ache, or you’re feeling mentally run down, or you simply just don’t have the energy, getting out and about rather than plonking yourself on the couch does wonders.  Current exercise guidelines in Australia recommend adults, both men and women, should be doing at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise each week – something only 40% of us actually do.  However, don’t be put off by the big number, studies have shown that any amount of exercise is better than

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