5 tips for managing hot flushes

Hot flushes are by far the most commonly reported symptom for most peri and menopausal women. They can also have a huge impact on your life and are often underestimated. We still don't understand why hot flushes happen but it is thought that it might be due to changes...

How to not get knocked up in your 40s

Most women in perimenopause will notice changes in their periods. One of the main changes is to the frequency of your cycle. Periods start to reduce and you can go several months without one prior to menopause occurring. This coupled with the assumption that your...

How to make sure your relationship survives your menopause

It takes some work to make sure your relationship survives menopause if symptoms are kicking your arse and it's spilling over into your relationship. Menopause itself can be hard enough for you to deal with but have you stopped to consider how it is for your partner?...
What exactly are the symptoms of menopause?

What exactly are the symptoms of menopause?

Menopause is a vastly different experience for every woman and I often see women in forums I'm part of questioning if their latest symptom is normal for menopause. The truth is there are a crazy number of symptoms attributed to menopause. There is definitely a handful...

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Beat brain fog. Make technology your bitch.

Beat brain fog. Make technology your bitch.

For people, younger than a certain age, the idea that people weren’t tethered to some kind of device seems an unthinkable concept. When the phone rang, and we weren’t there to answer it, the answering machine was there and we picked up the message when we got back...

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Free Coronavirus Resilience Guide

Free Coronavirus Resilience Guide

You'd have to be living in a literal cave in the middle of nowhere to not know that the world going to shit right now. Now more than ever is the time to be looking after yourself and others and making sure you've got what you need to get through the next few weeks and...

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Get yourself a positive menopause mindset

Get yourself a positive menopause mindset

Your mindset plays a vital role in your menopause experience. Menopause is billed in general as a negative experience and going into it with this mindset can actually amplify your symptoms and make them worse! It’s important to recognise negativity, whatever the cause...

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Why you should give new year resolutions the finger

Why you should give new year resolutions the finger

My best friend asked me yesterday if I had any new year resolutions. I had been giving it some thought in the previous few weeks about what changes I wanted to make. I’ve read loads of stuff about how every day can be a new day and you don’t have to wait for a new...

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How to get more done in less time

How to get more done in less time

Having a good focus, whether that’s on tasks, goals or life in general, is one of the keys to having a stress-free life. Along with efficiency and the ability to do more things quickly and do them right. Unfortunately, focus and efficiency don’t come naturally to a...

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Is your glass half full or half empty?

Is your glass half full or half empty?

Menopause is a tricky time in life. It signifies change and often lots of it depending on where you are in life. For example, you may have children leaving home, transition to becoming a grandparent, be taking on caring responsibilities or whatever else you have going...

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10 habits of healthy eaters

10 habits of healthy eaters

There is increasing evidence that what we put into our bodies plays as big a role in the presence or absence of disease than just about anything else we do. A healthy, balanced diet is known to increase your protection against some diseases such as heart disease,...

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Beginners fitness. Part 11. Safe workouts

Beginners fitness. Part 11. Safe workouts

In the last post, I talked about how to stay motivated and what you should look for in a good personal trainer. In this post, I’m going to go over some simple tips for safer workouts. When it comes to getting a good workout, we all have time restraints, so it makes...

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Beginners fitness. Part 11. Safe workouts

Beginners fitness. Part 10. Do I need a personal trainer

In the last post, I talked about maintaining your fitness when you’re away from home. In this post, I’m going to talk about how to stay motivated and what you should look for in a good personal trainer. Staving off boredom One of the biggest obstacles to staying on...

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Hi, I'm Kerry. I'm a menopause coach for women who want to take control of their menopause and do it their way.

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