When we started working together, Suzanne felt she already had a pretty good lifestyle in terms of eating well and exercising, although she was still noticing problems in certain areas. 

In particular, she experienced chronic sinus issues, including snoring; arthritis in her hands; seasonal gritty, dry eyes; post-menopausal hormonal imbalance; and chronic constipation. 

During our 5-month journey of working together with her tailored LifeStyle Alignment Program, Suzanne found two things to be super useful –

The first was creating routines. Before she felt like she would get on and then off track again, so having a routine helped her pick out important patterns and identify some root triggers. 1 She also appreciated being able to be in contact with me between her appointments and receive encouragement about her progress. 

The second was receiving summary updates from me about what she’d achieved. It can be easy to forget, so these reports helped her stay really clear about persevering with what was working for her. 

So, where’s Suzanne at now? 

Her snoring, which was a major disturbance before for herself and her partner, is now greatly reduced and is manageable. In her words, her sinuses have ‘improved remarkably’. She’s keeping her arthritis at bay, and her hay fever symptom of gritty eyes is so much better! And, while she’s still working on her bowel health, it also has improved with positive, daily results compared to where she started. 

I’m sharing about these benefits that Suzanne has experienced because there maybe someone you know who’s having similar struggles with one or more issues. 

They might even feel like all is lost, and it doesn’t have to be that way. Little steps can create big results, and I’m passionate about helping people to find those steps that work best for them:)

So do message me with any questions, and when you send them ahead of time, I’ll speak to them during our weekly #AliveWithFi. (Please note – I’m on FB Live on Mondays in the US/UK, which is Tuesdays in New Zealand.)

Until then, have a fabulous week 🙂

1 According to Northwestern Medicine “better health is a result of just a little extra planning.” And the reality is that routines really are helpful because they take away the time and effort of daily planning. Routines become second nature, and the consistency can contribute to our improved well-being.


“Health Benefits of Having a Routine”

Northwestern Medicine, (2020)

Fi Jamieson-Folland D.O., I.N.H.C., is The LifeStyle Aligner. She’s an experienced practitioner since 1992 in Europe, Asia and New Zealand as a qualified Osteopath, Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, speaker, educator, writer, certified raw vegan gluten-free chef, and Health Brand Ambassador.

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