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Susan has a Bachelor degree in International Business and a Bachelor degree in Health Science, Nutritional Medicine. Her experiences ranges from International sales within the IT industry to interim manager in the European Centre for Macrobiotics. As a former Sales Manager, Susan knows how to motivate and engage people. Originally from the Netherlands, after her travels in Africa, she now resides in Australia with her husband and two daughters. Susan is the founder and creator of the ‘Ripple Effect of Food’ program.
New Years Resolution

New Year’s Resolutions, Where Are They Now?

New Year’s resolutions, where are they now? No, this blog is not late, I really want to talk about New Year’s resolutions. The top 4...
7 Tips to Survive the Holiday Season

7 Tips to Survive the Holiday Season

Ah yes, the Holiday season is upon us! Love it or hate it, both can be a reason to overindulge on food and alcohol....
Afternoon Slump

Do you suffer from the ‘Afternoon Productivity Slump’?

Do you suffer from the ‘Afternoon Productivity Slump’? There is nothing worse than being at work and suddenly it hits you: The Afternoon Productivity...
Breakfast - Healthy

Are you like 50 % of the Australian population?

A lot has been written about the importance of breakfast and yet, about half of us do it: skipping breakfast before going to work....

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