Simple solutions to improve your daily wellbeing

Find a greater balance in your day-to-day life

Who Beauty Editor WHO and New Idea / January 16 2017

Did you decide at the start of the year that 2017 will be the year you are more focused, happier and healthier? To help you get closer to making those goals a reality, life coach and founder of Six Weeks to Sexy, Blake Worrall-Thompson shared with us his life hacks to boost your mood and wellbeing, stay focused and achieve daily balance.



Wherever you can, delegate and divide and conquer. Use your time to do what you do best and focus on your health instead of housework. For example, is a service where you can offload your errands and pay others to help with menial tasks, from weeding to collecting parcels.


Five-minute journal

Every evening, sit down and review your day. Write down what did and didn’t work for you, and what you liked and disliked.


Daily B's

Divide your life into key areas: body (nutrition and exercise), balance (relationships) and being (meditation, personal development). Start the week with a checklist to keep these aspects at the front of your mind.


Single success

Start small. People want quick results, but doing one thing a day will help immensely. If you want to lose 20kg, start by getting your breakfast right. If you want to run a marathon, start by running three times a week. Hit your single goals every day.



Have a group of people you can check in with to keep focused and get you closer to achieving your ultimate healthy, balanced life.

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Previously from an advertising background, Toni has been working in editorial and beauty at Pacific Magazines for the past five years, and is currently working across Who and New Idea, two of the top five best-selling weeklies in the country. Toni loves being able to make the beauty world seem accessible to the working woman, particularly for those who are time-restricted. As a working Mum, she’s constantly searching for easy beauty and skincare routines on a budget.

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