Are you stimulating this daily?

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Who would like to come on a trip to Vagus with me this month? No. I’m not talking desert landscapes, slot machines and Elvis (different spelling anyway). I’m talking about what may be the most important nerve you never knew … Read More

Poo do you think you are?

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A few weeks ago, in the middle of the night, a loud rumbling noise erupted from my shower recess, something akin to a Stephen King novel. As it got progressively worse, I watched waste water bubble up to the surface … Read More

Starting the year disappointed

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Firstly, before I go and get all political on you (which I tend to avoid – I was brought up never to discuss religion or politics…), Happy Happy New Year to you. I hope 2019 proves to be your best … Read More

The end of an era…

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Ooh, I’m feeling a little nervous writing these words. I guess because the news is so very big for me. Gird your loins Murgatroyd… After nine years on Beaufort Street, I am on the move. Yikes! That’s right. I cannot … Read More

Forget FOMO, embrace JOMO

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Don’t you love a good acronym? For those of you not in ‘the know’, FOMO means, ‘fear of missing out’. Don’t worry, I had to have it explained to me (for years I thought LOL meant lots of love… – … Read More

Our toxic soup

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Well hello folks, Debbie Downer here again with a not particularly cheery subject, but one, I’m sure, you are going to find interesting (if not a tad disturbing – sorry). It’s all about your environment and the toxins that abound … Read More

Why so tired?

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Last month we talked about fatigue and signs that you may be overdoing it. What then if you don’t think you are overdoing it and yet you are still dragging yourself through the day. Let’s look then at some of … Read More

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