I saw my Kinesiologist today, she opened the door and said WOW. It's a weird one isn't it that when you change something about you it takes a long time for your brain to catch up, well it does for me anyway! 13 years ago when I first saw an eating disorders counsellor for my body dysmorphia and
bulimia she told me I had a sugar addiction and I did nothing. I told her that having lost weight I look in the mirror and see the old me, the new me is hiding and I struggled with t
This morning I ventured out in that gloomy hour of rush to drop Loops at the station and Laree at school, leaving Mook at home getting ready to drive herself to school (that's another story for another day). All was going well, no road ragey incidents (or idiots turning left at the level crossing and actually no nutters dicing with death and heading over the crossing despite the lights flashing). As I said all was going well. Then the phone rang (hands free of course) and i
You’re all coming to Crickhowell Literary Festival aren’t you?
I am honoured to be chairing BAFTA Cymru Nominated “Keeping Faith” Matthew Hall & Special Guests Aneirin Hughes and Alex Harries sponsored by The Glanusk Estate, on Saturday 6 October 2018 at 1pm, Clarence Hall, Crickhowell.
Later that afternoon I am chairing Amanda Jennings “The Cliff House” and Laura Kemp “The Year of Surprising A
Today marks 5 weeks of this elimination process and I’m staring into week 6! Who knew it was possible to find such will power, restrain and dedication?
Today though I have felt slow. Not sluggish just slow. I had a nice evening at Nirvana last night and got home to go straight to bed. Only to wake up at 330 needing a wee. Once up I didn’t feel tired so went downstairs and treated myself to a mug of hot milk with one sugar. No I didn’t. I just had a glass of water! I did go