It’s that time of year again! Time to reflect on the year that’s been and the new year that lays blank ahead of us. It’s a time to choose how we approach and shape the new year. For me I look forward to the new year and a new fresh start. Living in Australia, the new year also brings our warmest weather, and that itch to be outside enjoying the fresh air and sunshine.
Many of you will be making new years resolutions, and others will be picking one word to inspire them throughout 2016. Some will be doing both. Last year I wrote a post about breaking down your resolutions and setting goals that are achievable. You might find it useful to read about that here. Re-reading it, it’s still very relevant.
I’m here to apologise for not being around much lately and sharing some delicious recipes with you. Early last week I hurt my toe at the gym. I accidentally dropping a 20kg plate on the tip of my big toe. It didn’t hurt that bad at the time, in fact I managed to continue my workout for most of the session. On the drive home though, I knew something wasn’t right and it started to hurt a lot.
Taking my shoe off, once home, it didn’t look pretty. So I have spent the week trying to keep my foot up and resting it. I didn’t think it was broken, but it did bruise nicely. I’ve been surprised at how well my body has healed though. I have to put it down to my diet and lifestyle. I don’t think it will be too long and I will be back to good. Continue reading
Do you eat your meals together as a family?
Since our children were small we have made a conscious effort to eat our meals together. Especially dinner at the end of the day. My husband and I began this habit as we thought it would be a good way to start a routine.