Posts Tagged ‘exercise’

Testing Out The Wild Side of Deodorant

Written by Sabi Phagura on . Posted in Lifestyle and Beauty


I’ve always had a simple approach to life and prefer to like to peddle a natural way of living whether that is my food, exercise regime, taste in clothes or outlook in life. And of course, my beauty regime falls into that category too. The idea that we are all encouraged to exercise and eat well and then tempted by the beauty industry to slather ourselves with chemicals, parabens and silicones has never sat well with me. So, my beauty routine has been super simple – I barely use any lotions and positions. I try my best to use organic soap for my body and hair, use coconut oil as a moisturiser and pretty much go bare-faced to avoid makeover. As a result, I swear by having good skin. 

Health Benefits of Gardening

Written by Sabi Phagura on . Posted in Fitness


We all know regular exercise has many benefits, including keeping your heart healthy and strong. And despite being a qualified fitness instructor, I’ve always said being fit doesn’t have to mean going to the gym. Everyday activities, such as gardening and walking, can have physical benefits and support mental wellbeing too which as you may know Im a huge advocate of.

Remember to stay calm and relax this Christmas

Written by Sabi Phagura on . Posted in Lifestyle and Beauty


The countdown to Christmas is on. And while it’s known as the most wonderful time of the year, it can also be one of the most stressful. The demands of the festive season including shopping for gifts, organising a party, family gatherings and social commitments can leave us feeling a tad overwhelmed. Taking time out for yourself by relaxing and staying calm, there’s no reason why you can’t enjoy the festive season. To help you get through it all in one piece, here’s some ways to help you find a way to relax throughout December.

Five Of The Best Foods To Eat For A Sound Mind

Written by Sabi Phagura on . Posted in Diet, Health


Today is World Mental Health Day and I’m so glad that a day has been set aside for this. Mental Health affects so many people and we should not forget them for the rest of the year. Mental illness like so many of you out there is close to my heart because my oldest sister suffers from it. It’s hard for us, but harder for her. Growing up with her, made me very aware of mental health. In fact, I read up lots on it and it’s how I became a fitness instructor and started to focus on improving my general health. Mind, body and spirit all come hand in hand.