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[New Resource!] Lisa Mills – Mindset & Performance Coach!

Lisa Mills resources for TMP Dance families! Women’s Wellness life coach Lisa Mills  has been assisting people for over 24 years to build strong and healthy bodies and minds so that they can live the most awesome, happy life possible. Her key aim is to motivate and inspire people to take action with their health and well-being. Lisa is often asked to speak at business events on the topic of performance and well-being and writes for several blogs both in the corporate and female fitness and well-being space. Lisa Mills is also a mum of 2 kids, and chocolate lover!  To get on contact with Lisa visit www.lisa-mills.com   Read her blog: Feeding your family healthy food shouldn’t be confusing but it is in today’s world because of conflicting expert opinion and sneaky marketing tactics. It can also be challenging to get your kids to eat the food you want them to, especially if they have friends who live on a diet of McDonald’s and slurpees. And add to that the fact that most of us are running around being taxi mum to our kids for their after school activities and may also be juggling work commitments as well. So instead of boring you with the same nutritional info you probably already know, I have come up with a simple list of strategies so that you can feel confident that the family are eating well most of the time…after all we do need a nice healthy 20% indulgence quota! For the record, I don’t subscribe to any one type of eating. However some people are more sensitive to some foods than others and there are some great resources out there to help you understand whether gluten, dairy, wheat, preservatives, colours, flavours and other triggering foods are causing issues in your own body or your kids (both their body and behavior can be affected). One excellent resource is Additive Free Pantry by Tanya Winfield -a website packed full of helpful information about how to inspire change in your household by looking at the additives in the foods you eat. Below is a list of strategies for making healthy eating easier and upping the chances of your kids wanting to eat well: STRATEGY 1: Save the thinking and shopping and buy online Both Coles and Woolworths have an excellent online shopping service and its something that has personally saved me a huge amount of time and money. Currently I’m using Woolworths because I like the Jamie Oliver recipes, so each week I just select 5 dinner recipes I want to cook (the kids often help in the selection), I then click ‘add ingredients to basket’ and I add the other staples I need for the week like stuff for school lunches and breakfasts. It’s all delivered to me at a time in the week I know I am home. The beauty...

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