I signed up to Dina’s program because I felt like I needed to start thinking about me. When my baby was born, I started putting her needs before my own, and this was the first time in 9 months I started to think about myself. The program helped guide me through what foods to eat, how to incorporate exercise at home while still looking after my baby and gave me an opportunity to change my mindset. The program is balanced, you’re not pushed into an uncomfortable place but you’re pushed enough to be motivated to change. The 6 week program has given me a great foundation which I am excited to keep working on implementing into my daily routine. I highly recommend signing up to the program if you’re looking for help with motivation and advice that helps you fill your own cup first!
Jo-Elle, mum of 1 September 5, 2019
I didn’t realise I’d enjoy the exercise as much as I did…it really helped me feel good. If you’re wanting help with getting started with weight loss, fitness and feeling better, then you need to do this program as it helps you be accountable. I feel lighter and healthier, my body has changed shape, and I discovered that even though I’m a mum and lead a crazy life, I can still find time for myself and feel good.
Shira, mum of 2 September 5, 2019
If you’re someone who gets nervous that trying a new health regime will mean starting something you’ll easily fail at, that’s not the case for this program. Dina’s program has a gradual introduction, is not overwhelming and is definitely do-able for mums.
Lili, mum of 3 September 5, 2019
Creativity is just connecting things. When you ask people how they did something, they feel a little guilty because they didn't really do it, they just saw something. That's because they were able to connect experiences they've had and synthesize new things.
Fear is the most debilitating emotion in the world, and it can keep you from ever truly knowing yourself and others - its adverse effects can no longer be overlooked or underestimated. Fear breeds hatred, and hatred has the power to destroy everything.
Literature must rest always on a principle, and temporal considerations are no principle at all. For, to the poet, all times and places are one; the stuff he deals with is eternal and eternally the same: no theme is inept, no past or present preferable.