Aspiring Writers, The Truth About Sugar & True Crime Theatre

Things I’ve seen & heard this week.

If you are an aspiring writer

I highly recommend the AWAI website. Short for American Writers & Artists Institute, it has tons of free useful information not only for aspiring writers but those who are already writing. There are always new skills to be learnt and I often listen to their webinar playback whilst on my daily walks, it’s inspiring. There are also courses available which you can pay for.

If you want to go a bit deeper than calorie counting

Read Glucose Revolution I feel like I am learning so much about how the things I eat and drink affect my body. It’s made me think about what I eat and how I eat it. I am enjoying trying out the different hacks in the book and certainly notice those “spikes” in glucose a lot more now.

If you can’t wait for the book

Follow @glucosegoddess on Instagram where she shares some hacks from her book and loads of fascinating facts about our bodies. You might think your other half is irritating you but is it really glucose that’s the culprit?

If you prefer a podcast to a book

Listen to this episode of Feel Better, Live More with Dr Rangan Chatterjee where he talks about The bitter truth about sugar with Dr Robert Lustig. I felt like everywhere I turned last week there was something telling me about the effects of consuming sugar and this podcast episode was eye-opening, it will certainly make you think twice about what you consume going forward.

If you want the truth about true happiness

This episode of The Diary of a CEO with Steven Bartlett is going to get you pretty damn close. In this episode, he talks to Dr Rangan Chatterjee, who I’ve clearly been listening to a lot this week! Steven asks some great questions and Dr Chatterjee gives some beautiful and insightful answers and the key to happiness is more simple than we are led to believe.

If you enjoy the theatre AND true crime.

Go and see Unnatural Causes where the brilliant Dr Richard Shepherd talks about being a forensic pathologist. The show starts with an arguing husband and wife which turns into a 999 call. As he takes you through what his job would entail after this call, at the end of the show, the audience then states what they think actually happened (I got it correct)

If you want a little pick me up

Here is this week’s Song Of The Day playlist

This week’s question for you

If you had to choose a theme song for your life, what would it be? ❤️

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2022-10-23 19:24:00

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