I’ve talked about self belief before and to be honest, it is a constant learning curve. Books such as My Friend Fear: Finding Magic in the Unknown  have really inspired me this year, propelling my journey forward. Finding your groove sounds such a basic thing, but it’s also an extremely powerful notion.

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As much as it can sometimes make me a little wary, I’ve talked a lot about my health journey. Whether I feel cringe-y about that or not, it’s becoming more and more clear that owning your story is so important. From health to relationships, personal issues and other struggles, our lows shape us as much as the highs.

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Image VS Reality.jpg

I uploaded a pic onto Instagram earlier this week, one of me in some gorgeous new fitness clothes. Originally the image was earmarked primarily as a style post, before I stopped and decided to add a healthy helping of reality alongside.

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Core Classics 5

This is a public service announcement: YOU do not need to change YOU, contrary to popular new year’s belief. About this time of year, we seem inundated with diet plans, lifestyle changes and general routes to being a ‘better’ person. Let me tell you now, you are fine exactly how you are. And as I wrote last January, why not go ahead and embrace a new year celebrating the same you?

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hels

Here’s a picture of me at the beginning of chaotic half term week; looking calm, but with lots of help and being hosted by a friend who was supplying copious amounts of caffeine. That motherhood notion of juggling it all and winning? I prefer the idea of trying to work out how best to move forward when we do drop the ball/s, as this mysterious multi-tasking concept seems pretty far fetched and one that I think can breed feelings of inadequacy.

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