All posts filed under: Be happy

Healthy camp food

comments 2
Be happy / Food & Recipes / Get Outside / Health & Fitness / Snacks / Travel

Exhale. Do a backbend. Shake those legs out. It’s been one of those fortnights where I can legitimately say I have been a busy lady.  There’s even been a few days that have taken on hamster and wheel type qualities that are not conducive to good food, good sleep or good anything really.  I try not to be someone who bandies around the word BUSY too easily. Usually I can’t help but be a little […]

Sleep, the key to good health + how to get enough

Leave a comment
Be happy / Health & Fitness

It’s funny how often your Mum’s advice turns out to be right on the money. When sickness hit, we were administered a prescription of lots of water, vegetable soup if we were lucky, and then sleep. Lots of sleep. There was no Berocca, ‘immunity’ supplement or the notion of ‘battling’ through. There was simply rest, and trust that your body knew how to heal itself. Sleep isn’t held in such high regard these days. Have […]

A girl learning to surf

comments 4
Be happy / Get Outside / Health & Fitness

I made a decision a month ago. I will learn to surf. Period. I’m not shooting for the stars, I don’t want to be Steph Gilmore getting tubed or even attempt to ride a cute little short board. My goal is to take my mini-mal out and look semi-confident in what I’m doing – mainly avoid tripping over my leg rope, doing banana splits or surfacing like a drowned rat after going over the falls. […]

Healthy living when travelling + best of London

comments 8
Be happy / Get Outside / Health & Fitness / Reviews / Travel

Every heard of the ‘Heathrow Injection?’ Some of you will know it all too well… it’s the 5-10kgs all Aussie backpackers and gap year kids seem to whack on simply by arriving in London. BAM. I’ve personally been there and done that. Living and eating at a UK boarding school, becoming a Malibu and Coke connoisseur and consuming my fair share of tea and biscuits really was not a great idea in hindsight. Who’d have […]