This post was going to be called “I worked out at Barry’s Bootcamp so you don’t have to”. Except it’s incredible and you should try it.
My workout style varies drastically. One minute I love Pilates and Yoga classes, the next I’m all about lifting heavy weights in the gym. Right now, I’m finding all of my motivation in group fitness classes. I find that when I need that extra push of motivation a group class always does it for me. There’s no waiting around for others to get off machines and I always feel like I’ve achieved something when I leave.
It’s no secret Pinterest can get bloggers some CRAZY traffic. Every high profile blogger in this space seems to have a specific Pinterest strategy that they use in order to leverage the platform and draw in new readers. I’m not sure anyone has all of the answers to Pinterest but I want to share the bits and pieces I’ve learned so far and how I’ve grown my account.
There’s so many magical moments on Christmas day, perfect photo moments that you would like to capture for Facebook or Instagram. Even if only for you to hold on to your treasured memories. Everyone has a camera now with the abundance of smartphones so it’s always a great idea to do a few easy things to make your photos a little better. That way, your photos will stand out against Aunty Joyce who still poses everyone in a straight line smiling awkwardly at the camera.
2019 is almost here! Even if you’re in the middle of Blogmas and pumping out posts like crazy it’s time to start planning for 2019 if you haven’t started already. I’m a very busy blogger, I have a full time job which I have to travel for so I’m always looking for ways to maximise my time.
Christmas can be a difficult time for those of us with food intolerances. Often you share many meals with others culminating in the Christmas Day festivities. This results in a number of meals you don’t have a lot of control over. So far this year I’ve been to a number of Christmas parties where there was literally nothing I could eat which results in a hangover from minimal alcoholic beverage consumption. Read more
The holidays are a magical time of year. There is a buzz in the air as everyone goes about their busy day. Christmas parties are in full swing and the decorations make normal December days that little bit more magical. The holidays can be a tough time for many and the extra pressure of the Christmas season can cause stress and anxiety.