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DAY 5 - DAIRY

There is so much conflicting advice on whether dairy is good for you or not. Certainly, low-fat forms of dairy are still advised in government guidelines, but does this need to be updated?

Dairy is a topic I could say so much about so I’ve split it over several days. 
Please note, these views are my own, and not everyone will agree with them. 
PART 1 - LOW-FAT VS WHOLE MILK
Low-fat milk gained popularity in the 1960s because of the move against saturated fats which were believed to cause weight gain and lead to cardiovascular disease. The government guidelines still reflect this view from decades ago even though we now see that the “low-fat” push has not led to a reduction in obesity or heart disease. They’re actually both rising. In fact, more recent research has shown that in grass-fed cows, full-fat dairy has been linked with a reduced risk of heart disease and stroke. 
Low-fat milk also has a much lower nutritional value. The vitamins A, D, E and K in milk are fat soluble, which means they need fat in order to be absorbed by the body. Also, calcium absorption is enhanced by Vitamin D, but the Vitamin D needs fat, so low fat milk decreases absorption. The fat in whole milk also has satiating, blood sugar stabilising effects, slowing the release of sugar into your bloodstream. Drinking low-fat milk on the other hand is comparable to drinking a sugary drink, causing a more rapid spike in insulin. 
Can you tell that I’m a fan of whole milk over skimmed milk if you’re going to have dairy?
DAY 5 - DAIRY There is so much conflicting advice on whether dairy is good for you or not. Certainly, low-fat forms of dairy are still advised in government guidelines, but does this need to be updated? Dairy is a topic I could say so much about so I’ve split it over several days. Please note, these views are my own, and not everyone will agree with them. PART 1 - LOW-FAT VS WHOLE MILK Low-fat milk gained popularity in the 1960s because of the move against saturated fats which were believed to cause weight gain and lead to cardiovascular disease. The government guidelines still reflect this view from decades ago even though we now see that the “low-fat” push has not led to a reduction in obesity or heart disease. They’re actually both rising. In fact, more recent research has shown that in grass-fed cows, full-fat dairy has been linked with a reduced risk of heart disease and stroke. Low-fat milk also has a much lower nutritional value. The vitamins A, D, E and K in milk are fat soluble, which means they need fat in order to be absorbed by the body. Also, calcium absorption is enhanced by Vitamin D, but the Vitamin D needs fat, so low fat milk decreases absorption. The fat in whole milk also has satiating, blood sugar stabilising effects, slowing the release of sugar into your bloodstream. Drinking low-fat milk on the other hand is comparable to drinking a sugary drink, causing a more rapid spike in insulin. Can you tell that I’m a fan of whole milk over skimmed milk if you’re going to have dairy?
THIS CRACKS ME UP EVERY TIME 😂

This was Christmas two years ago. Let’s just say Evie wasn’t too sure about Santa 🎅🏼👀
THIS CRACKS ME UP EVERY TIME 😂 This was Christmas two years ago. Let’s just say Evie wasn’t too sure about Santa 🎅🏼👀
DAY 4 - CALORIES VS NUTRIENTS

I’m not a fan of counting calories. I much prefer to look at the nutrients I’m taking in. 
When you’re hungry, your body isn’t craving calories, it’s craving nutrients. If you fill your body with fast food, why do you think it’s hungry again within the hour even though you’ve had a huge amount of calories? 
If you restrict your calories you WILL lose weight initially, but if you’re fuelling yourself with nutrient-poor foods, how rubbish will you feel? Also, your body’s metabolism will reset to conserve energy and hunger levels rise. This causes your weight loss to plateau, so you’d have to restrict your calorie intake further to continue losing weight. Calorie counting also means you may lose focus on what else is important when making good food choices; such as high quality foods, rich in a variety of nutrients, and essential for proper bodily function. 
This is why I’m so passionate about educating people about INCREASING their NUTRIENT intake when they want to lose weight. By fueling your body with the nutrients it craves, it works better, you feel better, and you’re not as hungry between meals because your body is getting what it needs. “You don’t lose weight to get healthy, you get healthy to lose weight.” Top Tips: 🥗 Fill your plate with real food, focusing on fibre (eg vegetables and whole grains), protein (eg salmon or chicken), and good fats (eg a salad with olive oil or avocado). These foods are satisfying and move more slowly through your GI tract, so you’ll feel fuller for longer and you’ll naturally eat less of them, whilst still giving your body what it needs to work at its best. 🥗 Aim to “eat a rainbow” (add as much colour as possible), as this will provide a range of vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients.
🥗 If you’re hungry, add more vegetables and protein, not carbohydrates.
🥗 Make sure you’re eating mindfully so you can tell when you’re full.

You’ll be feeling so much better than if you just focused on counting calories!
DAY 4 - CALORIES VS NUTRIENTS I’m not a fan of counting calories. I much prefer to look at the nutrients I’m taking in. When you’re hungry, your body isn’t craving calories, it’s craving nutrients. If you fill your body with fast food, why do you think it’s hungry again within the hour even though you’ve had a huge amount of calories? If you restrict your calories you WILL lose weight initially, but if you’re fuelling yourself with nutrient-poor foods, how rubbish will you feel? Also, your body’s metabolism will reset to conserve energy and hunger levels rise. This causes your weight loss to plateau, so you’d have to restrict your calorie intake further to continue losing weight. Calorie counting also means you may lose focus on what else is important when making good food choices; such as high quality foods, rich in a variety of nutrients, and essential for proper bodily function. This is why I’m so passionate about educating people about INCREASING their NUTRIENT intake when they want to lose weight. By fueling your body with the nutrients it craves, it works better, you feel better, and you’re not as hungry between meals because your body is getting what it needs. “You don’t lose weight to get healthy, you get healthy to lose weight.” Top Tips: 🥗 Fill your plate with real food, focusing on fibre (eg vegetables and whole grains), protein (eg salmon or chicken), and good fats (eg a salad with olive oil or avocado). These foods are satisfying and move more slowly through your GI tract, so you’ll feel fuller for longer and you’ll naturally eat less of them, whilst still giving your body what it needs to work at its best. 🥗 Aim to “eat a rainbow” (add as much colour as possible), as this will provide a range of vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients. 🥗 If you’re hungry, add more vegetables and protein, not carbohydrates. 🥗 Make sure you’re eating mindfully so you can tell when you’re full. You’ll be feeling so much better than if you just focused on counting calories!
HIYA 👋👋
HIYA 👋👋
DAY 3 - ALCOHOL

Ok, so this is probably the last topic you want to hear about at this time of year but it’s one that I think is important.

We often hear that drinking a glass of red wine can reduce our risk of heart disease. However, a review of the evidence concluded that women over 55 are the only group that may experience some overall protective effect from drinking a small amount of alcohol (around 5 units per week). Out-with that, alcohol’s potential benefits on the heart are outweighed by other health risks.

Persistent excessive alcohol consumption has been linked with pancreatitis, alcohol-related liver disease, certain cancers, such as bowel and breast cancer, diabetes, dementia, and heart disease, including high blood pressure, unusual heart rhythms, heart attacks, and strokes.

Regular drinking can affect the quality of your sleep making you feel tired and sluggish. This is because drinking disrupts your sleep cycle, so that you spend less time in deep sleep and more time than usual in the less restful, REM stage of sleep. Alcohol can also alter your brain chemistry, and it can actually increase anxiety and stress rather than reduce it, as well as increase your risk of depression.

Drinking can also make you gain weight. Alcoholic drinks are full of empty calories and have no nutritional value. They can also be full of sugar, and alcoholic drinks account for 10% of 29-64 year olds in the UK’s daily intake of added sugar. Did you know that a glass of wine can have the same calories as four cookies? 
Alcohol is a diuretic, which means it promotes peeing and it can lead to dehydration. It can even dehydrate your skin, and this happens every time you drink. Drinking too much is also thought to deprive the skin of vital vitamins and nutrients. And then there's the cellulite; many believe the toxins in alcohol contribute to its build up.

For men, alcohol reduces testosterone levels. This can lead to loss of libido and reduce sperm quantity and quality. Alcohol may also affect the structure and movement of sperm. {...continued  in comments...}
DAY 3 - ALCOHOL Ok, so this is probably the last topic you want to hear about at this time of year but it’s one that I think is important. We often hear that drinking a glass of red wine can reduce our risk of heart disease. However, a review of the evidence concluded that women over 55 are the only group that may experience some overall protective effect from drinking a small amount of alcohol (around 5 units per week). Out-with that, alcohol’s potential benefits on the heart are outweighed by other health risks. Persistent excessive alcohol consumption has been linked with pancreatitis, alcohol-related liver disease, certain cancers, such as bowel and breast cancer, diabetes, dementia, and heart disease, including high blood pressure, unusual heart rhythms, heart attacks, and strokes. Regular drinking can affect the quality of your sleep making you feel tired and sluggish. This is because drinking disrupts your sleep cycle, so that you spend less time in deep sleep and more time than usual in the less restful, REM stage of sleep. Alcohol can also alter your brain chemistry, and it can actually increase anxiety and stress rather than reduce it, as well as increase your risk of depression. Drinking can also make you gain weight. Alcoholic drinks are full of empty calories and have no nutritional value. They can also be full of sugar, and alcoholic drinks account for 10% of 29-64 year olds in the UK’s daily intake of added sugar. Did you know that a glass of wine can have the same calories as four cookies? Alcohol is a diuretic, which means it promotes peeing and it can lead to dehydration. It can even dehydrate your skin, and this happens every time you drink. Drinking too much is also thought to deprive the skin of vital vitamins and nutrients. And then there's the cellulite; many believe the toxins in alcohol contribute to its build up. For men, alcohol reduces testosterone levels. This can lead to loss of libido and reduce sperm quantity and quality. Alcohol may also affect the structure and movement of sperm. {...continued in comments...}
TWO YEARS AGO!

Another #throwback. This time to exactly two years ago when I was building on my aesthetics experience and learning a few advanced botox techniques. Here I was treating “bunny lines” on the nose under the fab supervision of @dr.andrew.culbard.dubai at FACE Academy.
TWO YEARS AGO! Another #throwback . This time to exactly two years ago when I was building on my aesthetics experience and learning a few advanced botox techniques. Here I was treating “bunny lines” on the nose under the fab supervision of @dr.andrew.culbard.dubai at FACE Academy.
DAY 2 - BREAKFAST

Start your day in the right way! 
I think what entails a good breakfast can often be misunderstood. When I was working in General Practice, I met many patients who thought they were having a healthy breakfast when they had cereal, banana, and a glass of orange juice, or white toast and jam. What makes these choices less than ideal is the amount of high GI carbohydrates they contain. This means you get a spike in sugar in your blood stream, which triggers an increase in insulin, which causes your blood sugar to suddenly drop as the insulin causes your sugar to get stored as fat. By mid morning you’ll be feeling tired, sluggish, and craving your next sugary fix. 
If you start the day with a good source of protein and fats, it will help balance blood sugar which will result in less cravings for sugary snacks. Protein and fats are also very satiating, so it will also keep you fuller for longer than a carbohydrate-loaded breakfast. 
My three favourite go-to breakfasts that set me up for he day ahead are:
🍽 A bowl of oats with a scoop of protein powder (my current favourite is @arbonne’s chai flavoured vegan protein - make sure your protein doesn’t have added preservatives and artificial sweeteners), with chia seeds, linseeds, frozen raspberries, half a banana, all mixed with almond milk and microwaved for 3 mins
🍽 Scrambled eggs with a side of avocado and tomatoes
🍽 A smoothie for when I’m in a rush - I only add a small amount of frozen berries, two scoops of protein powder, greens powder, half an avocado, spinach, and coconut water

How do you start your day??
DAY 2 - BREAKFAST Start your day in the right way! I think what entails a good breakfast can often be misunderstood. When I was working in General Practice, I met many patients who thought they were having a healthy breakfast when they had cereal, banana, and a glass of orange juice, or white toast and jam. What makes these choices less than ideal is the amount of high GI carbohydrates they contain. This means you get a spike in sugar in your blood stream, which triggers an increase in insulin, which causes your blood sugar to suddenly drop as the insulin causes your sugar to get stored as fat. By mid morning you’ll be feeling tired, sluggish, and craving your next sugary fix. If you start the day with a good source of protein and fats, it will help balance blood sugar which will result in less cravings for sugary snacks. Protein and fats are also very satiating, so it will also keep you fuller for longer than a carbohydrate-loaded breakfast. My three favourite go-to breakfasts that set me up for he day ahead are: 🍽 A bowl of oats with a scoop of protein powder (my current favourite is @arbonne’s chai flavoured vegan protein - make sure your protein doesn’t have added preservatives and artificial sweeteners), with chia seeds, linseeds, frozen raspberries, half a banana, all mixed with almond milk and microwaved for 3 mins 🍽 Scrambled eggs with a side of avocado and tomatoes 🍽 A smoothie for when I’m in a rush - I only add a small amount of frozen berries, two scoops of protein powder, greens powder, half an avocado, spinach, and coconut water How do you start your day??
👧🏼 #throwback to when I was two years old. Don’t I look just like Evie?!
👧🏼 #throwback  to when I was two years old. Don’t I look just like Evie?!
DAY 1 - WATER

Did you know that about 2/3 of your body weight is made up of water? Water is vital for making our bodies work. It is used in nutrient absorption, aids digestion, maintains blood volume, helps our bodies remove waste, lubricates our spinal cord, joints and eyes, regulates our body temperature, and is required for most chemical reactions in our bodies. A 2% drop in body water can trigger fuzzy short-term memory, difficulty concentrating, headaches, dry eyes, and fatigue.

Are you drinking enough water each day? We often hear that we should drink 2L of water a day, but this can vary depending on our activity levels, what climate we live in, what medication we’re on, whether we’re ill, and how much muscle we have. We are constantly losing water through our urine, breathing, gut, and through sweat. If we’re breathing more heavily, for example, we lose more water. If we take diuretic medication or if you’re drinking lots of diuretic drinks (such as caffeinated drinks), then you’ll lose more water in your urine. A general rule of thumb is to drink 8 glasses of water a day, and increase this if you drink lots of caffeine, you’re ill, you are doing lots of exercise, or if you’re in a hot climate.

Certain conditions mean you may need to be on a fluid restriction so make sure you check with your GP first before changing your fluid intake.

TOP TIPS:
💧Drink frequently throughout the day. I like to keep a litre bottle with me and aim to drink one bottle by lunchtime, and another by bed time.
💧Drink twice as much as it takes to quench your thirst. You should try to avoid being thirsty as you are fairly dehydrated already by the time you’re thirsty
💧If you’re feeling hungry, this may be the first sign that you’re thirsty. Try drinking a glass of water first
💧Check your urine and aim to keep it light in colour 💧Drink a glass of water first thing in the morning. You’re naturally dehydrated when you first wake up, so rehydrating straight away will not only help you wake up, it will also get your digestion going
💧Water doesn’t just have to come from beverages. There is lots of water in fruits and vegetables too and these count towards your daily intake.
DAY 1 - WATER Did you know that about 2/3 of your body weight is made up of water? Water is vital for making our bodies work. It is used in nutrient absorption, aids digestion, maintains blood volume, helps our bodies remove waste, lubricates our spinal cord, joints and eyes, regulates our body temperature, and is required for most chemical reactions in our bodies. A 2% drop in body water can trigger fuzzy short-term memory, difficulty concentrating, headaches, dry eyes, and fatigue. Are you drinking enough water each day? We often hear that we should drink 2L of water a day, but this can vary depending on our activity levels, what climate we live in, what medication we’re on, whether we’re ill, and how much muscle we have. We are constantly losing water through our urine, breathing, gut, and through sweat. If we’re breathing more heavily, for example, we lose more water. If we take diuretic medication or if you’re drinking lots of diuretic drinks (such as caffeinated drinks), then you’ll lose more water in your urine. A general rule of thumb is to drink 8 glasses of water a day, and increase this if you drink lots of caffeine, you’re ill, you are doing lots of exercise, or if you’re in a hot climate. Certain conditions mean you may need to be on a fluid restriction so make sure you check with your GP first before changing your fluid intake. TOP TIPS: 💧Drink frequently throughout the day. I like to keep a litre bottle with me and aim to drink one bottle by lunchtime, and another by bed time. 💧Drink twice as much as it takes to quench your thirst. You should try to avoid being thirsty as you are fairly dehydrated already by the time you’re thirsty 💧If you’re feeling hungry, this may be the first sign that you’re thirsty. Try drinking a glass of water first 💧Check your urine and aim to keep it light in colour 💧Drink a glass of water first thing in the morning. You’re naturally dehydrated when you first wake up, so rehydrating straight away will not only help you wake up, it will also get your digestion going 💧Water doesn’t just have to come from beverages. There is lots of water in fruits and vegetables too and these count towards your daily intake.
VISION BOARDS WORK!

This photo was taken last January at a Nutrition event. I absolutely loved it, learned so much, and I was inspired, so I decided to get on stage after the event was over to have this photo taken so I could add it to my vision board because I was determined to be a trainer at a future event! I regularly looked at my vision board and visualised it happening - felt it, breathed it, and lived it.

Well I’ve just gotten the news that I will be a speaker at the event this coming January! And I didn’t even apply for it, I was nominated. So honoured and excited!

Now to get writing my training... 🤓
VISION BOARDS WORK! This photo was taken last January at a Nutrition event. I absolutely loved it, learned so much, and I was inspired, so I decided to get on stage after the event was over to have this photo taken so I could add it to my vision board because I was determined to be a trainer at a future event! I regularly looked at my vision board and visualised it happening - felt it, breathed it, and lived it. Well I’ve just gotten the news that I will be a speaker at the event this coming January! And I didn’t even apply for it, I was nominated. So honoured and excited! Now to get writing my training... 🤓
12 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS - NUTRITION EDITION!

I know healthy food is probably the last thing on your mind just now with it being the lead up to Christmas, but having just been away for a few days in Switzerland and overindulged in wine, chocolate, and cheese, I very quickly started feeling lethargic, bloated, and two very angry tender spots developed on my chin 😳🤭 It really brought home my passion for how what you eat is linked to how you feel - if you fuel yourself with the right foods your body can feel amazing, but likewise if you fuel it with rubbish, you’ll feel like rubbish. 
I’m therefore going to be doing a nutrition special over the next 12 days in the lead up to Christmas, sharing with you a few #infograms about nutrition that I feel passionate about. 
If there’s anything in particular you’d like covered, just comment below 😃👇
12 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS - NUTRITION EDITION! I know healthy food is probably the last thing on your mind just now with it being the lead up to Christmas, but having just been away for a few days in Switzerland and overindulged in wine, chocolate, and cheese, I very quickly started feeling lethargic, bloated, and two very angry tender spots developed on my chin 😳🤭 It really brought home my passion for how what you eat is linked to how you feel - if you fuel yourself with the right foods your body can feel amazing, but likewise if you fuel it with rubbish, you’ll feel like rubbish. I’m therefore going to be doing a nutrition special over the next 12 days in the lead up to Christmas, sharing with you a few #infograms  about nutrition that I feel passionate about. If there’s anything in particular you’d like covered, just comment below 😃👇
COSY FIRE

NOW it feels like I’m back home 🔥💗
COSY FIRE NOW it feels like I’m back home 🔥💗
WINTER WALKS

Another crisp winter walk ❄️ We’ve been indulging in chocolate, cheese, and wine, so it felt good to get some fresh air and light exercise in today.
WINTER WALKS Another crisp winter walk ❄️ We’ve been indulging in chocolate, cheese, and wine, so it felt good to get some fresh air and light exercise in today.
ALL WRAPPED UP

It’s so bloody cold here in Switzerland! This afternoon we had a game of “how many layers can we put on??” 😂

This morning we had pastries and fresh orange juice in a cosy cafe meeting an old friend @lameduza. This afternoon we got all wrapped up for a walk, just before it started to snow ❄️. Now we’re looking forward to having a catch up tonight with @kika303 @liv_746 @ldee17 😃
ALL WRAPPED UP It’s so bloody cold here in Switzerland! This afternoon we had a game of “how many layers can we put on??” 😂 This morning we had pastries and fresh orange juice in a cosy cafe meeting an old friend @lameduza. This afternoon we got all wrapped up for a walk, just before it started to snow ❄️. Now we’re looking forward to having a catch up tonight with @kika303 @liv_746 @ldee17 😃
WE’RE GOING ON OUR HOLIDAYS!

Someone’s excited about taking a plane and flying to Switzerland!

Switzerland is where I grew up till I moved to Scotland when I was 17 for university. I haven’t been back in about 18 months and I seriously can’t wait!

We’re only going for a few days but it’s meant to snow while we’re there so we’re looking forward to wrapping up warm with hot chocolates, maybe a fondue, and making snow angels 😃

My camera on my phone has decided to suddenly stop working so I’ll be stealing the hubby’s phone for photos all weekend. Has this happened to anyone else with an iPhone? I’d love your suggestions on how to make it work again!
WE’RE GOING ON OUR HOLIDAYS! Someone’s excited about taking a plane and flying to Switzerland! Switzerland is where I grew up till I moved to Scotland when I was 17 for university. I haven’t been back in about 18 months and I seriously can’t wait! We’re only going for a few days but it’s meant to snow while we’re there so we’re looking forward to wrapping up warm with hot chocolates, maybe a fondue, and making snow angels 😃 My camera on my phone has decided to suddenly stop working so I’ll be stealing the hubby’s phone for photos all weekend. Has this happened to anyone else with an iPhone? I’d love your suggestions on how to make it work again!
GLASGOW, LIFESTYLE MEDICINE IS COMING FOR YA!

Last night I had a great time meeting up with these like-minded medics so that we could see how we could bring more awareness of lifestyle medicine into Glasgow. We would love to make primary care more about health care, rather than just sick care, and empower people to feel they have more ownership of their health through education. 
Our discussion generated some great ideas, but more importantly we also had a laugh and really connected over something we’re all passionate about. 
It really got me thinking this morning about how grateful I am that I get to meet and connect with people that are on the same wavelength. There’s something about being around people who you click with that lifts your energy. 
Lifestyle medicine has been a passion of mine for some time but even a year ago I couldn’t have fathomed pursuing it let alone making an influence with it. In the last year I’ve been able to free up the time and build my confidence to go after my passion which feels awesome!
GLASGOW, LIFESTYLE MEDICINE IS COMING FOR YA! Last night I had a great time meeting up with these like-minded medics so that we could see how we could bring more awareness of lifestyle medicine into Glasgow. We would love to make primary care more about health care, rather than just sick care, and empower people to feel they have more ownership of their health through education. Our discussion generated some great ideas, but more importantly we also had a laugh and really connected over something we’re all passionate about. It really got me thinking this morning about how grateful I am that I get to meet and connect with people that are on the same wavelength. There’s something about being around people who you click with that lifts your energy. Lifestyle medicine has been a passion of mine for some time but even a year ago I couldn’t have fathomed pursuing it let alone making an influence with it. In the last year I’ve been able to free up the time and build my confidence to go after my passion which feels awesome!
FIREY SKIES

The sunsets these last few weeks have been insane!

We’ve been having fun picking out all the colours we could see in the sky and the clouds.
FIREY SKIES The sunsets these last few weeks have been insane! We’ve been having fun picking out all the colours we could see in the sky and the clouds.
NOT ALL BAKING ATTEMPTS GO TO PLAN

This was meant to be a fluffy, thick, juicy apple pie. Instead we got a flimsy, flakey mess that dries out your mouth like the Sahara desert. Chloe literally clawed at her tongue to get it all off. Evie still had three portions though 😂 #thatgirlwilleatanythingbeige
NOT ALL BAKING ATTEMPTS GO TO PLAN This was meant to be a fluffy, thick, juicy apple pie. Instead we got a flimsy, flakey mess that dries out your mouth like the Sahara desert. Chloe literally clawed at her tongue to get it all off. Evie still had three portions though 😂 #thatgirlwilleatanythingbeige 
BANANA PECAN COCONUT MUFFINS

Evie and I had fun making these the other day. They’re gluten-free, dairy-free, refined sugar-free and they’re super yummy too!
BANANA PECAN COCONUT MUFFINS Evie and I had fun making these the other day. They’re gluten-free, dairy-free, refined sugar-free and they’re super yummy too!
BUZZING!

I am still buzzing from yesterday’s month end madness!

For those who don’t know, I have an online social marketing business that I work alongside my dermatology job, my aesthetics clinic, my family, and my other passions.

One of my favourite parts of what I do, is I get to coach others on how they can earn an extra income in their spare time too. As a team, we help each other be successful and cheer each other on, all whilst having fun!

The last three months as a team have been incredible:
🌟 I have helped four people promote and earn an 8% pay rise
🌟 I have helped people earn five cash bonuses that have been paid out on top of their paycheques
🌟By helping others, I have received a total of £860 in cash bonuses myself on top of my own paycheque

Not too bad just before Christmas 😃

Next on the list is to see how many we can help earn a free trip to Jamaica next year 😉
BUZZING! I am still buzzing from yesterday’s month end madness! For those who don’t know, I have an online social marketing business that I work alongside my dermatology job, my aesthetics clinic, my family, and my other passions. One of my favourite parts of what I do, is I get to coach others on how they can earn an extra income in their spare time too. As a team, we help each other be successful and cheer each other on, all whilst having fun! The last three months as a team have been incredible: 🌟 I have helped four people promote and earn an 8% pay rise 🌟 I have helped people earn five cash bonuses that have been paid out on top of their paycheques 🌟By helping others, I have received a total of £860 in cash bonuses myself on top of my own paycheque Not too bad just before Christmas 😃 Next on the list is to see how many we can help earn a free trip to Jamaica next year 😉