Are you a thinker or a feeler? If you've ever done a Myers Briggs test before, then you'll probably know. Even though we all operate on a spectrum, we often lean towards either the thinking side of things or the feeling side of things. For me, I lean pretty hard toward the feeling end of the dream pool. But I find that a lot of the people I'm closest to, my partner and my best friend - are both predominant Thinkers. Which isn't too much of an issue, until suddenly it is. You'
You know, we all have a naked body under our clothes. A normal, flabby, boney, hairy, pale, dark, blotchy, scrawny, muscly, veiny, wonderful body. And they are all just fine and dandy. These days, there are lots of bodies in our world that are on show - but not nearly enough. I believe that part of the reason that a lot of us can have body image issues is because we're not seeing enough naked bodies. We're only seeing a very select group of bodies that are deemed acceptable f
I just ate the biggest bowl of chilli con carne ever. The juicy beef concoction filled me up with joy, and I savoured every mouthful. Never have I given any thought to abstaining from meat or animal products, despite many conversations had with vegan/vegetarian friends over the years. Hardly a day goes by where I don't see an article or post on Facebook from the vegans, trying to explain to us savages why we shouldn't be killing our animal friends and destroying our planet. A
You're probably either one of those people who absolutely hates exercise, or absolutely loves it. For most of my life, exercise was my worst enemy. Walking anywhere was unappealing, P.E. class was the fifth circle of hell, and team sports were the worst thing I could imagine. And having asthma was a convenient excuse not to participate; how am I supposed to do anything if I can't breathe? This is how I spent the first 25 years of my life without actually doing any exercise. B