Chris is Even Better Looking

When I first met my husband Chris, it used to bother him that he had lines at the corners of his eyes. They were quite deep from 7 years of back-to-back travels with both beach-time and ski seasons.   So he began following a very simple daily regimen of using optimal levels of micronutrients and added a simple, daily skin-nutrition …

Ever Feel Like a Rat in a Wheel?

This was me back in 2001. In those days, I was treating patients from 7am to 9am, day in and day out. Most nights I was waking up with chest pains that radiated down my left arm.   This pain forced me off the rat-wheel. 1   Yep, it took quite a shake up for me to decide to do …

From Stale to Stonking

Our context for this week’s focus is going from what’s old, familiar and comfortable to something new and even challenging. 1 My experience with this began in around 2014 when I realised I’d allowed my life to become pretty ‘same-old-ey’. The same house, same places; the same routines. It wasn’t so much about the people I was connecting with; it …

The Magic of the Genius Zone

I’ve been re-reading a book which is rather timely (recommended by my sister – thank you, Helen!) called The Big Leap by Gay Hendricks. In his book Gay talks about four places we’re functioning from; 1. Competence; 2. Incompetence; 3. Excellence; and 4. Genius1 Most of us are lurking in the first three zones because it can be uncomfortable to …

Taking the Driver’s Seat

I have a belief that we each have our specific areas in which we deserve better results, including with our health. Here’s my journey…   Back in 1989, I was diagnosed with 3 years to live unless I took medication every day for the rest of my life. (Click here where I share some hidden gems I discovered within this …