• 14 invaluable insomnia solutions Hey, I’m not alone. I’m not the only sad soul trapped in the insomniac vortex going by the comments on my recent I’m an insomniac get me out of here post. Respect to you all who shared and reached out. And a big, virtual hug if you’re going through tough times just now. I know more
  • Recently I told A Current Affair what I thought about coconut oil… It screened last night on Nine’s repeat channel Extra. I think they got it…Didn’t catch it? Well, I thought I’d do a little catch-up post on the stuff. Coconut oil, that is. Here’s a rundown of why coconut oil is so good for you. Here’s a rundown of 19 clever things to do with coconut more
  • the exercise mistake I used to make Oh, we get competing messages, don’t we. The latest befuddlement that we’re trying to get our heads around is this “exercise myth” idea. In the “everything you used to think was right is wrong” vane, it’s now being suggested (ready for it?) that… exercising can make us fat. What do I think of this? Glad more
  • my take on the new Australian “limit sugar” advice The missing link for a stack of folk out there when I bang on about how bad sugar (or, more specifically, fructose) is for us is this:how it has come to be that a) no one has told us this before and b) in fact, we’ve been told quite the opposite our entire lives. And more
  • just 7 fun food ideas (that will make you scream “genius!”) I like clever food ideas. Things you can do to make culinary life smoother. Some of my favourite tips are contained in this post on what to do with left-over herbs. And this one on paleo-friendly kids lunchbox ideas. I use icecube trays for storing excess chicken stock (ready to pop out and use for more
  • Hey, nice specs! A Friday shout-out to Fellow Four-Eyes: Some Special Specs for ya! If you like the lunettes I wear in the various pics above, know this: they’re $US99 INCLUDING THE PRESCRIPTION LENSES! You can order them online today from Bonlook and have them perched on your nose in days. Different styles, sizes, shapes and colours. Here’s more
  • things feeling shit-full? it’s ok… I read The Art of Possibility a few years ago. It’s an odd book..I’m not sure that I get it entirely. But I like the way it’s sprinkled with little lessons, like this one below. It’s very much a “just because” read with no apology given for it’s odd format. Anyway. The lesson: Four young more
  • my summer vegetable anti-anxiety soup I was born anxious. I’ve fretted for as long as I remember. I worried for one and all. Some days it cripples me and I have to disappear for a while. Others, I am able to accept it as part of my character. These days, though, I manage it better. I know what works. What more
  • No need to fight over copies! I know I’ve been banging on about my new book rather a lot over the past few weeks. But, hey, give me a little grace here: it has just become the number 1 selling non-fiction book and the 2nd overall last week in the country. I’ll keep this one short and sweet. Due to people more
  • iquitsugar.com is coming along… Not sure what you’re up to, but in our little office we’re Moving Forward. One considered step at a time. As I vaguely mentioned here a few weeks back, we’re giving the behemoth that has become I Quit Sugar a new home. And so, the birth of Iquitsugar.com. We’re a while off…but if you’d like more