Health & Wellness

Health & Wellness
breaking bad habits

Breaking Bad Habits to Do it Better in Paris

A yoga instructor shares her mindful tips for breaking bad habits and finding good ones no matter where in the world you are.

Post Holiday Stress Paradox: Would We Get Anything Done Without It?

Over your relaxing holidays, you felt optimistic about the future, empowered to tackle the inevitable challenges ahead with less stress: then BAM! La rentrée hits and you’re back in a whirl of obligations. You can learn how to manage and recover from stress by listening to your body.
fit to inspire

Rebeca Plantier: Don’t Punish Yourself With Exercise to be Fit to Inspire

How many women out there would love to get fit? Eat healthy; exercise regularly. How many of us are too busy caring for our families, juggling work or can’t find the time to look after our own bodies?
woman happy

How To Be Happy, Healthy and Zen in Paris

Big life changes can cause a lot of stress. Follow these self-care tips to help you live a happy, healthy and zen life in Paris and beyond.
nutrition advice

Nutrition Advice: The Truth Behind the Headlines

‘Study proves that drinking green tea reduces weight by 25%!’. But, before you down tools and rush off to stock up on green tea, do you ever try to read behind the headlines? Do you ever take a long, hard look at the original study paper?
barriers to success

Monster Under the Bed: Is Fear Standing in the Way of Your Success?

Understanding your fears, managing your fears, and being willing to push past them to new, exciting, and rewarding opportunities is what results in a life you can truly enjoy.
aging

The No-nonsense Nutritionist Guide to Aging with Attitude

Nutrionist in Paris Charlotte Debeugny offers no-nonsense advice on how to face aging with moderate exercise, a healthy diet and a good attitude.
marathon woman

Marathon Woman: Feeling the Competition in French Races

Much like nearly everything in life, they do things a bit differently here in France, even running races. From my very first Parisian race, I noticed that there was a distinct air of competition at these events. While obviously not everyone thought they were going to win, it was clear that most people were determined to get to the finish line as fast as possible.
motherhood

The Motherhood Diaries: Master Juggler of Home, Family and Work

Balancing motherhood, work, and social life is an ongoing challenge. Try these helpful tips to switch between roles while making the most of each moment.
weight gain after 40

5 Golden Rules to Avoid Weight Gain for Fabulous Over 40s

Is weight gain inevitable as we head into our 40's and beyond? I would argue no. A few dietary and lifestyle tweaks can help us to keep a healthy silhouette and a spring in our steps!