Your healthy habits coaching tool

Complete the form and my healthy habits mini coaching tool will be on its way into your inbox.

Use this exercise as an opportunity to reflect on where you are with your current habits. Identify what you would love to do more of, and the habits you would like to do less of or eliminate entirely. 

You can watch my webinar “The science behind our habits: why we do what we do and how we can make changes” if you want to dig a bit deeper on how to make the changes you want to improve your own healthy and wellbeing. The webinar forms part of Teachervision’s self-care series.

“People do not decide their futures, they decide their habits and their habits decide their futures.”

Hello, I’m Nicola.

I’m a certified Health Coaching practitioner and I’m passionate about supporting others to prioritise health as a way of life through creating sustainable healthy habits.


Through nutrition and lifestyle guidance, I will show you the essential steps to regain control of your health, facilitate behaviour change, & build manageable healthy habits into your everyday whilst removing limiting beliefs that may be getting in the way. By reaching your own health goals with the right support and accountability, you will experience a new energy and self-confidence you may not have thought possible.

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How to Avoid the Easter Binge

Easter is going to turn up, whether we like it or not. Chocolate displays and hot cross buns are all around; in every shop and advertising billboards. It’s enough to melt away your good intentions and, with this much pressure, bingeing feels almost inevitable for

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Roasted Chickpeas

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