Tag Archives: mind

My Autumn/Winter Wish List

If I see the words ‘pumpkin spice latte’ on the internet one more time I swear I might do my own version of this EPIC rant. The seasons are changing once again, and I’m in that confused stage of having to start wearing different clothes, and realising I hate all of my winter stuff. Factored in […]

Living the Sober October DREAM!

The title of this blog post might give the big surprise away… yes, I’m doing Sober October! 31 days of binning the booze, avoiding the alcohol, refusing the rum, jacking in the Jack… bored yet? I’m doing it mainly for my own health benefits but also plan to donate some money for Macmillan Cancer Support once I’ve completed […]

A Month in Books – September

I have devoured novels for as long as I can remember. I was the kid who took two books on family trips, just in case I finished the first one and had to actually talk to my relatives. What can I say? I guess I like hanging out in a different reality for a bit. Although my […]

9 Ways to Motivate Yourself to Exercise When You’re Really Really Lazy

Obligatory new Nikes Instagram…. Hello! Regardless of the above photo, I have had a lacklustre few weeks when it comes to exercise. There are so many little false beliefs that keep telling myself, e.g. “it’s been so stressful with the house move”, “I’ve got too many work/social commitments to deal with”, “getting up early to exercise will just […]

Interview with the Comparison Coach, Lucy Sheridan

Anybody who tells you that they’ve never compared themselves to other people is lying. LYING, I tell you! We’ve all been there, whether it’s the beautiful holiday photos, or the excitable new job Facebook status, or your colleague’s amazing opportunity that you feel you deserved more. Comparison effortlessly shows up in our daily life, and social networks give us […]

Interview with Mel Wells, founder of the Green Goddess Life

I’m back from holidaaaayyyy! After a rough week of  watching sunsets, sampling local wines and wandering the ancient streets of Santorini it’s a great feeling to be back at my desk with an already fading tan… Hmm maybe not so much. However, I have missed giving For Good Times’ Sake all the love and attention it […]

The Best Yoga Apps & Online Classes

I started doing yoga just over a year ago and fell in love with how amazing it made me feel! There are so many different styles to suit everyone, and literally anybody can do it – it’s not about being uber flexible, or standing on your head (which I definitely can’t do yet!) It’s about […]

Higher Selfie Review

It already feels like a month ago (sorry for the mini blogging hiatus!), but a couple of weekends ago I had the privilege of attending the very first #HigherSelfie event – a spirituality “un-conference” held in collaboration with Lululemon UK. You might be wondering a) what the hell an un-conference is, b) what a “spirituality” […]

Interview with author and artist, Charlotte Reed

I’m very excited about this month’s interviewee on For Good Times’ Sake, as this lovely lady has brightened up my Facebook feed for a long while now! I’ve had the pleasure of getting to know Charlotte over the past year and always pop by her stall to say hello when I’m around Portobello Road. Meet […]

Belle Gibson & The Backlash on Wellness

This week a sad and shocking news story was reported. Wellness blogger Belle Gibson confirmed that she lied about having terminal cancer, after having built a huge following online for treating her “disease” with a gluten and sugar-free diet. Her book ‘The Whole Pantry‘ has been taken off the shelves, her bestselling app removed from the […]