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  1. Congratulations on winning, a well-deserved award! I enjoy reading this blog and have acted on some of your recommendations, I think you give a honest and balanced view of products.

    Love the pic of caffeinated owls! I can’t do without my 4-5 cups of tea a day, I really enjoy drinking it! If I have to go somewhere that I can’t have regular tea, I cut down my cups of tea gradually beforehand to avoid the withdrawal headaches. I don’t do exercise so that’s a simple one for me, I have pernicious anaemia so that’s out for me!

    1. Thanks you so much Claire! I was so shocked and I am absolutely thrilled!

      My mum goes through buckets of tea every day, yet she can only handle one coffee as more than that makes her too jittery. It’s funny how we all process caffeine differently isn’t it? My dad can drink coffee just before bed and it has no effect – so annoying!

      Thanks again for your lovely comment xx

  2. Great blog post – thank you! I have been cutting down on sugar for years and it has made such a difference in my life. Well done getting back into TM, I’ve been practicing for years (regularly) – it is my ONE thing (other than brushing my teeth) I have created space to do 2x each day and it saves my arse every time. Good luck working up to twice a day and thank you for sharing all this useful info!

    1. Thanks so much Tracy!

      I’m actually really surprised how much of a difference cutting out caffeine and cutting down on sugar has made, so I’m definitely going to keep at it; I would love to get to a point where I’m sugar-free, but I can’t see it happening.

      I’m so impressed you stick at TM! I’m determined to get back to the full 40 minutes as soon as I can!

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