As a little girl, pediatrician Lucy Marcil knew she wanted to be a doctor. The human body fascinated her, having studied its shapes and discrepancies with her archeologist mother. But she was a sensitive child, she says, and her deep concern for others is what led her down an unconventional career path.
Sarah Fisher starred in the role of a lifetime as her late best friend Carley Allison, a singer and an aspiring Olympic figure skater, in the 2017 film Kiss and Cry. Continue reading “What Sarah Fisher learnt about magic, friendship and true happiness after starring as her late best friend in Kiss and Cry”
Australian personal trainer Jeremy Samson has remained a force to be reckoned with in the fitness industry. Having been diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome at an early age, Jeremy expressed his incredible struggles with the condition. He soon realized his gift of being able to perceive a difference in himself compared to other children. Continue reading “Australian personal trainer Jeremy Samson reveals his inspiration behind autism and exercise”
Crippling anxiety and depression had driven one woman to almost end her life on three occasions but found refuge through fitness. Continue reading “The astonishing story of how one woman is helping other women after fitness saved her life from suicide”
On November 30, 2016 Tiffany Rich, a 29-year old from San Francisco, received the life-saving gift of a double-lung transplant. Continue reading “A young woman with cystic fibrosis reveals how blessings come when you least expect #TiffGotLungs”
I had the pleasure of speaking with Kate Hansen, cast member from the organ donation documentary Dying to Live about life on the waiting list. Continue reading “Dying to Live cast member Kate Hansen has been on the transplant waiting list for six years”
Whilst things like eating well and regular physical activity are important, the quality but not necessarily the quantity of the people in your life also contribute significantly to your health. Continue reading “3 lessons on living a good life from an 80-year long Harvard study on happiness and wellbeing”