Long distance flying is tough. Tough on the body, tough on the brain, and tough on sleep patterns. Irritability, fatigue, constipation, and insomnia are just a few of the consequences of spending 24+ hrs on a plane. It doesn’t matter if you are on a long-haul flight for business or pleasure, the impact it can have at the other end …
I met Kirsty – The Travelling Ergonomist – at a workplace wellness conference last year. Until this time, I under-estimated the power of a scientific-based ergonomics program in a workplace…and how interesting this topic is when presented by someone as awesome as Kirsty.
Winter can be a tough time to start or stick to a plan. Cold, dark mornings. Cold, dark evenings. Motivation seems to be at an all-time low.
Here is a wonderful winter workout for you to do at home. You don’t need any equipment for this one, and it can be done in your lounge room if the weather is not nice enough to go outside. It’s perfect also to do in your hotel room when you are travelling for work.
I was delighted to be featured in this ‘Fit Life Story’ blog series just recently. Kat Millar and I have crossed various paths over the last 10 years and I have been very impressed with all the fabulous work she is doing in the health, fitness and wellness industry.
It is that time of year again when there are lots of Christmas parties and client functions where the food is plentiful and the drinks are flowing. Sticking to a plan that ensures you still look and feel fabulous does get a little harder.
It was great to be back at CanToo last week presenting my workshop ‘How to improve work productivity and performance by boosting your vitality and resilience’.