Sound familiar? How about depleted, anxious, sleep deprived, no time for myself? A “to-do” list that just gets longer and life seems to be losing it’s fun and it’s joy? You’re not alone. Never before in history have we been so time and energy starved. Adrenal fatigue and thyroid dysfunction are at epidemic levels. So are gut and digestive issues. How do we start to heal ourselves and heal our relationship to time?

We have to take proactive control of our lives. We have to realise that it’s up to us to look after ourselves. We have to nurture ourselves like we wish someone else would nurture us. But this feels so hard to do. It feels like we have to make big changes – see specialists, take supplements, read books, change our diets and lifestyles. Too much. I don’t have the bandwidth. I’m already exhausted. I can’t do it.

The first thing I do when I feel myself spiraling into exhaustion and depletion is I put myself onto a course of Floradix, a brilliant liquid iron and vitamin formula. I have no affiliation with them but recommend it often as it’s such an effective supplement and pregnant and breastfeeding women can also use it. Floradix is full of vitamin B, C and iron – all of which help me feel better instantly. I’ve just put our whole family onto a course of it, as after a busy term we’re all feeling depleted! It’s available from Dischem, Clicks, and health shops, and really worth adding to your diet for a couple of weeks.

The good news is, just like putting yourself on a course of Floradix, the rest of this self care can be easier and more accessible than you realise. We’ve done the research. We’ve seen the specialists. We’ve read the books. We’ve put it into practice. We’ve tested it on ourselves and our patients. And now we’re ready to share it with you in such bite-size and easy-to-digest information and tools.

Bronwyn and I can’t wait to spend the day with you (or the women in your life) on Saturday 12th May at our Women’s Wellness Workshop. We’ll be sharing the latest research and the most effective tools to flourish. All in the magnificent grounds of The Sanctuary, the beautiful rooms and gardens of gynaecologist Dr Sumayya Ebrahim. Details are in our invitation below.
We hope you’ll be there to share the day with us!

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