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  • Writer's pictureKarine

0002 - Is this blog for you?

You probably think you are generally healthy, or healthier than people around you. This is good. But could you feel even better? And would you know what to do and where to start?

Let's see how you are doing.

  • Do you have any trouble getting up in the morning, do you feel sluggish after lunch or can't possibly start your day without a coffee?

  • Do you have brain fog or can't remember where you put your keys, phone, glasses...?

  • Do you feel stressed or anxious?

  • Any digestive issues such as bloating, cravings, gas, constipation (and yes, anything less than once a day is constipation), heart-burns, nausea...?

  • Troubles falling or staying asleep? Is your monkey mind keeping you awake at night?

  • Any chronic migraines, headaches, joint pain...?

  • Mood issues perhaps? Feeling a bit down or cranky sometimes for no (good) reason?

  • Allergies or skin issues (acne, eczema, dry or oily skin...)?

  • Sick of catching colds, the flu or any germ floating around?

  • And what about your weight? Do you have a bit of extra around the middle?

Nothing too serious, you will say, and not worse than anybody else anyway, right? And it doesn't matter, because you have great plans for exercising more and giving up your morning muffin... starting next year?

But it doesn't have to be that way. A few lifestyle changes can go a long way. If any of these examples apply to you, then this blog is for YOU.

Leave a comment and tell me how you scored.

Talk to you soon!

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19 sept 2020

It is never too late to adopt a healthier lifestyle and it can make a huge difference to your health and wellbeing. Check my 2 articles on how to pack 50 healthy habits in one day.

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19 sept 2020

I read your success story on, and clicked on the link to check out your website. I scored 8 out of 10 on the list above. I'm 39 and not liking the path I'm heading down.

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13 abr 2020

Absolutely, body weight training is great and can be adjusted to your strength and to accomodate your joint pain. An anti-inflammatory diet of unprocessed wholesome food with lots of veggies, herbs and spices can help as well.

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12 abr 2020

Hi Karine, I do suffer from joint paint from running and shoulder pain frim a previous childhood injury that is surfaces now so trying to change my exercise routine so I have very little impact of joints but my problem is I find running so exhilarating and for me a great stress relief as this is something we all deal with and this is my coping mechanism but its no good for my joints. I am going to be 49 this year so I need to be a lityle more gentle. Thought of swimming but joining a gym is not affordable and public pools are not the safest. I know yoga is great so have also been incorporating that int…

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01 mar 2020

Thank you for some though-provoking question. Probably only a couple of things, as I‘ve grown older, I turned 71 in Nov, I’m having more ‘seniors moments’ and I do find some days, if appropriate, it’s beneficial to have a ‘nanna nap’. I remain highly motivated as I continue to operate my business, after 33+ year, I’m still as passionate about it as I was in Dec ‘86. Consequently, no issues with waking and getting out of bed with purpose.

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