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Kia ora to our lovely Wellington members!

I can’t believe it is April already, is it me or is this year also flying by so fast?!

Easter came and went and I am not ashamed to say that I consumed a lot of my children’s Easter eggs (Without them knowing, as my life would not be worth living if they saw me eating them). Saying that, I think it is really important to be kind to ourselves when we have days in which some of our routines go out of the window. Allowing for flexibility without losing sight of our goals is really important. I normally try and keep my sugar consumption to a minimum, but it was very, very hard to resist a chocolate egg! What’s with those little round morsels of goodness tasting so delicious?

We have had some wild weather down here in Wellington this month, which is always very unsettling, but … It wouldn’t be Wellington if it didn’t keep us on our toes guessing if we need a raincoat or a t-shirt to leave the house. I was thinking of you all, especially our Kapiti members that night, and I’m glad to hear everyone is well and safe.

Thank you to everyone who has taken the time this month to chat with me over the phone, or written me emails saying hello and sharing something with me. I always love hearing how you are all doing and feel such privilege to be part of your health journey. I know I always say this, BUT please never hesitate to contact me if you want a chat, or need some information or resources. I am here for you all.

May is ME Awareness month and I will be presenting our monthly meeting on the topic of Post Exertional Malaise. I have learnt so much doing the research, and I’m really looking forward to sharing this with you.
Remember that you can find all of our recorded meetings in the members part of our website. We also have all three social coffee groups happening this month, which I’m really excited about. I will send an email with details, and hopefully see you there if you can make it.

Nga mihi,


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