Trigger Warning: This blog and podcast episode mentions miscarriage, so please be mindful if you're experiencing emotional trauma around this topic. In this episode of What A Mouthful with Georgie Stevenson, I really wanted to hone in on her pre-conception journey. She had what we would think decades ago was a unique journey, but is a journey I am seeing and hearing about so much more in recent years!!!Georgie Stevenson is the co-founder of Naked Harvest supplements, a health and fitness blogger, a YouTuber, a podcaster and a new mum
Episode 5 of my podcast What A Mouthful is all about how to boost your metabolism, and is not what you think it is. I delve deep into it and explain it in a way you've never thought of it before. Here's the main points. When you think of 'metabolism' I'm sure you've heard that spicy foods, lemon, coffee or rigourous exercise are what you need to boost it. Well, I have a different opinion
If it's not possible to slow down - maybe there's some productivity mistakes you're making. Being productive doesn't have to mean burning yourself out. And if you are someone who is a boss mum, trying to be more productive with your life or someone who needs more motivation, here's some helpful Productivity Hacks that will give you more output in the same amount of time. Here's 3 from the productivity queen herself, Sarah's Day from our episode on my podcast What A Mouthful. 1. Batch your Content First, to batch. Batching is
In episode 2 of my podcast What A Mouthful, Annie and I discuss how energetic boundaries not only keep your mind and body healthy but also allow you to become CONFIDENT. Confidence is not felt in women who are burnt out, so looking after your female body is crucial to embodying confidence. PROBLEMS1. Confidence: why it's difficult Confidence is the belief or faith in yourself to do something. In reality, it's more about internal capability. This is interesting because often we seek confidence externally. Confidence is an inside out job - hence
Like I've mentioned in the very first episode of my podcast What A Mouthful, poor health can limit the experience of your life. I see it happen all the time with women especially around your cycle.And if you do the calculations, on average each of us spend 2.5 YEARS with PMS (that typically crappy week before your period). Yep. 7.5 years. So you gotta ask yourself - do you want to spend it in pain, telling people to piss off and eating foods that make you feel terrible?? I can help!
If you've been here before, you'll know by now that our skin is hugely affected by hormonal imbalance. If you've been through the FlowFit Foundation Challenge and/or drink my Detox Tea though, you'll notice when you're overall more healthy and less inflamed, your skin is less reactive to hormonal changes. So this blog is all about how to have better skin all month long
Every meal you eat brings with it the opportunity to is move you closer to your goals! You can eat your way to hormonal health by focusing on nourishing that beautiful body of yours.And I'm going to show you just how easy it is. Here's some examples taken from the Healthy Hormones Shopping List. If you haven't downloaded it yet, it's FREE and you can get your printable copy by clicking here. > Step 1
Welcome to the most valuable information you’ll ever have in your menstruating years…how to know which phase of your menstrual cycle you’re in. You're most likely on this blog page because you've just signed up to the FlowFit Foundation Challenge - WOOHOO!And so I'm going to give you the answer you need quick smart right now, and then if you'd like to do some further reading (which I highly suggest since you're here to learn), read on :) This image explains what I consider ‘regular’ and ‘irregular’ according to your current cycle length. NOTE: Anything OTHER than 3-5