Monthly Archives: September 2015

Walk The Yard

Green Mile

Prison genre movies appeal to something inside me. I’ve watched dozens: The Shawshank Redemption, Jericho Mile, The Green Mile and The Hurricane to name a few. And, loosely lumped into the prison genre are prisoner of war and 2nd World War concentration camp themes too … Schindler’s List (more a Holocaust story) and The Great Escape come to mind. “They ask questions of me” I think they appeal to me on various levels. They ask […]

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Smoothie Recipe and NutriBullet Discount

NutriBullet - Celynn Erasmus

Healthy, convenient and portable, smoothies make for ideal fuel-on-the-go. All it takes is a blender and a few key ingredients in your refrigerator. We spend money on gadgets, clothes, eating out and other luxuries so, if you can afford it, investing in your health by buying a quality juicer or blender is totally worth it! Turning traditional juicing and blending on its head, the nifty Nutribullet is the perfect countertop companion. It has a clever […]

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5 Ways To Eat For High Energy

Eat for right energy - Celynn Erasmus

Choosing the right fuel is not always easy, but with a little insight, inspiration and initiative you can, and will, increase your energy and overall health, and you may even lose some of that extra weight you’ve been wanting to get rid of. Eating right should not be about deprivation or difficulty. It should be about feeling empowered, feeling energised, feeling healthier and making the right choices for the right reasons. Too many of us […]

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Stay Sharp by getting your brain fit

Brain Energy

Advances in neuroscience suggest that we can be as competent at 60 as we were at 24 years of age. Isn’t that marvellous news? If keeping physically fit tones your muscles, then keeping cognitively fit will give you the capacity to meet the various mental demands of life, such as learning new things, understanding the complexity of relationships, and adapting to new situations and challenges. Our bodies are a system, watch your overall health Sugary […]

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Why People Irritate Me

Carl Jung Quote - Jacques de Villiers

I find people irritating. Not everyone, you understand. Just some of them. You know the ones. Those that say they’re going to do something and don’t. Those that are humble and self-effacing when they shouldn’t be. Those that say they’re going to lose weight and then don’t do anything about it. Those that say they’re going to write the next big thing and then slumber in front of the television. They drive me to absolute […]

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