Winter Tips from the Experts
Fiona Baker talks about: Have a comfy wardrobe filled with flannel, fleece and sheepskin – the ultimate in at-home mummy lounge wear for the colder months. Make sure the kids have warm jackets and beanies, so there’s no reason they can’t spend as much time in the backyard as they do in summer. * Psychologist Toby Green: Bask in the sunny days. Staying warm is easier than warming up. * Nutritionist Lisa Guy: Protect yourself from colds and flus this winter by including immune-boosting foods in your diet such as garlic, seaweed, shiitake mushrooms, miso, yoghurt, berries and citrus fruits. * Personal trainer Damien Kelly: Winter is the hardest month to stay in shape, so you need to go into the colder months with a fitness plan. What’s your weekly fitness routine going to look like? What barriers are you likely to come up against? What are you going to do to overcome these? Plan to come out the other side of winter in even better shape. You’ll enjoy summer like never before!
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