I’ve been invited many times to speak on the concept of balance. I think when people look from outside in, they see this person who has it all figured out. As I type this, I’m still sitting in bed, hubby has done the school run this morning. I am still slightly worried about the pandemic being “out there” and the children returning to school. But I can’t really control everything right?
Being a working mom is certainly not easy. Juggling work, parenting pressures and the holiday season coming up is one of the most stressful parts of adulting. A lot of things are bound to fall through the cracks but, there are certainly a few keys secrets to finding the balance between the things that matter.
This month, I share them all!
Some of us grew up watching the SAFTA award-winning Sade Giliberti on Yo-TV. The vivacious TV Presenter, Actress and Media Personality currently resides in London and uses her voice and platform to advocate for Mental Health and LGBTQ+ rights amongst other local and global Human Rights issues.
Sade joins Olwethu this #WellnessWednesday for a frank and informative conversation about Mental Health and her advocacy work.
Olwethu’s February Editor’s Note.
January brings with it a strong desire for a spiritual, mental, and physical reset. For varying reasons, people from all walks of life are choosing to reset/detox by taking part in Veganuary (eliminating animal products from their diet), Dry month (eliminating alcohol), or some other form of fasting.
Today’s #WellnessWednesday blog breaks down the health benefits of detoxing through fasting.
Today’s wellness blog post breaks down the difference between fitness and health, specifically focusing on health as a lifestyle in light of the upcoming observance of World Diabetes Day.
We are still in nutrition week, and today we are getting ready for the festive season with Clinical Dietitian and Nutrition Expert Lerato Radebe. She shares her expertise on how to have a nutritious festive season.
In between the tight schedules, are those five to ten minutes breaks we take to quickly get a ‘fix’ or to recharge and boost our energy to keep up with deadlines. We are still in nutrition week – today we are reminded to be mindful of your health as we take energy boosters.
Eating light food during summer is important because it is one of the ways we keep our body temperature cool. Today we are share Tips for light food and keeping your body cool this summer!
National Nutrition week runs from 9-15 October 2021.
This year’s theme is ’eat more vegetables and fruits every day.’ For the next seven days, we will be sharing nutrition tips to help you make better food choices, starting with today’s blog post about food that’s suitable for the summer season.
Smoothie Bowls For The FamilyMy little humans are fussy eaters but also obsessed with fun colourful smoothie bowls so here's a nutrtious smoothie bowl that will get the fruits and veggies into their systems and get them involved in the whole process. Don't forget to...
I had to change the language for myself, I do practises now that suit my body. I push myself each day I work out with the motivation to be stronger mentally and physically.
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