Would you live for your children?

The minute my first daughter was born, I felt like my heart doubled in size. Awe, a heavy weight of responsibility and so much love all mixed together. The transition from woman to mum was almost violent. Its intensity surprised me no matter how prepared I thought I...
After another tough night

After another tough night

Anybody who’s ever had young children knows that February is one of the most difficult months. One person in the family gets sick and then it’s a domino effect. (I’m usually the last one to get sick, hooray). Last week, I took my eldest to a birthday...
On life being a blur

On life being a blur

The other day I was talking to a client of mine, a woman in her 50s. We were going through her history, looking at it decade by decade, putting together the pieces of the beautiful puzzle that had been her life until then. ‘My 30s? Oh, I don’t know. They...
Crisps to the rescue

Crisps to the rescue

Intense cravings like waves that won’t subside until I eat: that’s how I would describe emotional eating. And I have been struggling with it ever since I can remember. Thanks to all the work I have done throughout the years – a healthier lifestyle,...

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