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Busy to Grounded- my new exciting online course!

  I am so excited to announce my new online course- ‘BUSY TO GROUNDED’ This exciting new course I have been writing and developing for some time now and I am so thrilled to be finally sharing it with you. It has been designed to take your life from  busy and hectic to more calm and grounded. Everyone these days I talk to is busy. Busy, rushing around, trying to be all for everyone and doing all for everyone. BUT                                                                                                        Ask yourself this…How is this working out for you? If you are yearning to slow down more and invest your time into the more important things in your life and have the energy to do so? Then this online course is for you. Click here to enrol now. The key areas you will focus on in this online course, ‘Busy to Grounded’ are; Making you and your body the priority it needs to be Mastering your to do list Nourishing your body by cleaning up your diet & cooking tips in a busy life. Discovering what exercise works for you & …

Free Printable Healthy Food Swap Chart

Do you often get confused by what is healthy or not? Every time you open the newspaper or switch on the TV, some ‘health professional’ is making new  health claims or new scientific research has been released about how, what and when we should eat.  Never before has there been so much conflicting advice and guidelines. I have dedicated my life to health and nutrition and I get overwhelmed  and frustrated sometimes! So what is my advice? Start tuning into your body. It is sending you messages all the time, but we have stop listening. Just Eat Real Food- JERF! If your grandmother doesn’t recognise the ingredients, then neither will your body. When you start doing the above 2 principles, you will slowly tune into what your body needs, responds to and works for you and your life. It is not easy blocking out to all the noise out there about diet and nutrition but if you follow the basic principles above it will start you on the right track. In the below FREE resource, I have for you …

The Grounded Chic’s FREE printable Weekly Planner

I have designed an easy to follow, user friendly and printable weekly planner for you to print out and plan out your week meals and committments, completely for FREE. It has an example of what a week meal planning looks like in my house. This is an example only and will vary from week to week. It is not a comparison nor and I bragging or showing off. It is simply there to use as a guide, to get you started. I have not included  my families commitments etc and added in snacks. Again, this is just a guide for you to get an idea of how you can get started. Once filled out, place on your fridge. I find planning not only my weeks meals a life savour but I put all my families commitments on the list first, then plan the meals, based on these commitments and available time. Eg; I might have a coaching session later in the day, or have to take my daughter to her sporting training after school, so I can either prep a meal beforehand, depending on …