Monthly Archives: March 2011

Day 20: Half way there

Forty days is a long time (or 46 days if we count the Sundays). Can’t believe we’re only half way through Lent. I’m wondering how all those people who’ve given up something for Lent – like chocolate for example – … Continue reading

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Days 18 & 19: Breaking the mold

I started writing this blog yesterday (Day 18) and I really wanted to post something but I just couldn’t fit it in around my other work. So I managed to respect my self-imposed boundaries around using the computer at night … Continue reading

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Day 17: Trusting your gut

Despite this blog being about all things body-related, this post isn’t about the size or shape of the gut, or about how to hold it in or accept it just as it is. It’s about what it tells us. Does … Continue reading

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Days 14, 15 & 16: Quick fix versus hard slog

Today’s post is for days 14, 15 and 16 (that’s today, yesterday and tomorrow) as I didn’t post yesterday and have committed to an Internet-free weekend (hooray for good intentions!). This is all part of my search for balance and … Continue reading

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Day Thirteen: Gratitude, Barbie and more

It’s nice to be back at home after a week away. I may not be surrounded by beautiful mountains and the sea but my flat is home, it’s a little haven and I’m hugely grateful for it. So I thought … Continue reading

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Day Twelve: The key is at the core

Firstly, a quick note on yesterday’s post. It was long. And there were a lot of links and no pictures, so apologies if it was a bit much to take in. I have a lot to say! Also, the link … Continue reading

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Day Eleven: Summits and sport

I’ve been doing a bit of reading around the Endangered Species women’s summit that took place in New York on Friday and Saturday. More than 500 people attended, according to the summit’s website, to discuss issues ranging from airbrushing and … Continue reading

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