It is with great pleasure we announce the expansion of Bruce Fitness and Wellbeing as Brydie Bruce chooses a new career path. Founded by Pete Bruce, Bruce Fitness and Wellbeing already provides a number of services, including one to one personal training, group training and classes, bespoke programming such as System21, team strength and conditioning… Continue reading The next chapter: Bruce Fitness and Wellbeing to expand
I just want to say thank you to everyone who took the time to comment on the post I put up last week and/or sent me messages about what I said. I was in two minds as to whether to put it up but the response I received was so supportive and for that I… Continue reading Build a support network and let them in
The day I sat in the doctor’s room and broke down, barely able to speak, with tears streaming down my already puffy face, I knew the conversation I was about to have was going to change my life going forward. I also realised it had been a long time coming. I’ve always talked openly about… Continue reading Burnout – what next?
I took a photo a few months ago. It was at the end of a really difficult day. My head was overwhelmed with negativity, self-criticism and worry and I had been crying for hours. I was really struggling. Yet, I took the photo because I wanted it to serve as a reminder that this day… Continue reading What does mental illness look like?
I had a bit of a moment tonight. Well I say a bit but actually it was more than that. Today, my eldest decided he no longer needed any of his teddies; the array of companions he’d collected over the years, those who had seen so much love and attention, many of whom held so… Continue reading When the small things are really the BIG things
Easter break – a nice long weekend; an opportunity to enjoy some much needed family time. Except, it didn’t quite work out that way. The family was there and the time was there for us to enjoy, however, for me, it was a weekend of a constantly racing mind; a head filled with endless ‘stuff’… Continue reading Easter break(down)
Earlier this week I saw a video and status on Facebook, posted by a desperately concerned mum, who wanted to ensure her experience wasn’t encountered by anyone else. Subsequently her video was picked up by the popular LadBible page, which has 30million likes. This meant her post and video was being shared by hundreds of… Continue reading Why do the wrong people get blamed on social media?