Embrace the spirit of the Super Life Formula and starting making your health and dreams happen today.
What does a Super Life look like to you? To me, it’s brimming with health, happiness, empowerment, peace love and gut friendly food! It is the start of a thrilling experience and it is time to start your journey today!
Celebrate Your Imperfections
Perfection is a myth – don’t expect it from yourself or those around you. Your flaws are what makes you beautiful!
Reclaim Your Inner Spark
Never stop being you, find what you’re passionate about, remember it is not about the destination, it is the journey that matters most. Do what truly makes you come alive and work out how to do it every day.
Be Authentic – Real not Fake
“Be yourself because everyone else is taken” ~ Oscar Wilde
I think Oscar said it all.
Be Comfortable in Your Own Skin
Life is not a race. The way we view ourselves is a direct reflection of how we view the world and treat others. True beauty is knowing, loving and respecting yourself.
A smile never goes out of style, smiling will improve your mood and will make you more approachable.
Take a Risk
Don’t let fear be the driver of your life. I believe humans are the best when we are not in our comfort zone. Take one well calculated sensible thing a week that takes you out of your comforts – it is so liberating!
Eat to Live
Eat to your body type, nutritional needs and stage of life. Listen to the message of your body and focus on mother nature’s unprocessed Super Foods.
Nurture Your Gut Garden
Your gut is your sacred temple full of a large diverse community of microbes — never underestimate its power. Care for it with good bacteria fermented foods, probiotics, choosing good thoughts and looking after your emotional wellbeing.
Listen and Follow Your Heart
Our heart knows where it’s going, it is our job to let it drive while we sit back and enjoy the ride.
Find Your Calling
Follow your instincts, not the herd, don’t be afraid to be the black sheep and remember…
“Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail” ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
Drive Your Dreams
Don’t sit around and wait for something to happen to you, write a list of what you want to achieve over the next coming year, check it regularly and then act on it.
Go On A Trip
Sometimes we need some time away to get perspective on what we really want and what makes us happy. Getting out of our home environment can really give us this clarity. Travel to somewhere you’ve never been before, on your own, switch of your phone, emails, laptop and relish the sacred time you have with yourself and let the answers come to you.
Focus on living in the moment and taking life as it comes. Don’t show up to life with expectations as to how things should be, just let life happen. Be present when speaking to people and stop dragging the past into the now and stop living into the future or you will forget to live.
Make goals not compromises. And, most importantly, don’t undervalue or settle for anything less than you deserve. The world is your oyster.
Sometimes it is nice to not plan everything so you can be present and embrace the flow of the natural rhythm of life whilst allowing the magic find you.
Push The Refresh Button On Your Life
Stop and think about what you really want out of life, what your greatest desires and aspirations are.
Indulge Yourself – Prioritise You and Take Time Out
Don’t always give into life’s demands – make time for yourself and prioritise what you love in life. Don’t be scared to indulge and treat yourself.
Don’t Live in The Too Hard Basket
Put the key in the ignition and relish the challenge of taking the road less travelled.
Whether it is stillness of walking, sitting on the beach, yin yoga or meditation. Always make the time to restore your soul and spirit.
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Peace, Love, Health
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