Women in business learn to eat right

MOUNT BARKER – The importance of diet and exercise to maintain energy levels was a focus for the first 2021 Women in Business Regional Network dinner at Mount Barker this week.

Guest speaker Lisa Wells with Natalie Warner and Rhee Driver.

Adelaide Hills health coach Lisa Wells of Food, Fear and Freedom shared her tips on how to fit in a healthy diet, even when we’re busy and may not think we have time.

She outlined how setting aside time each week to plan your meals and shopping, preparing more than one meal at the same time and reminding ourselves of our own importance could all assist with maintaining our health and our energy.

Lisa shared her success story of battling and winning against a 10-year food addiction and how she broke her bad habits, and now leads a more balanced and healthy life.

There was much discussion too about opportunities for women to tap into business grants and support including up to $10,000 through the State Government’s SME Business Advisory Program.

Network founder Carolyn Jeffrey said the attendance at the Barker Hotel was one of the best yet, with many new faces being welcomed.

The next Adelaide Hills dinner be a dinner at the Barker Hotel on Monday, March 29 when the speaker will be Anna Beaumont of Beaumont Solutions on the subject of simple health and safety systems for every workplace.

The Women in Business Regional Network is open to business owners, managers, staff and those dreaming of owning their own business.  You don’t have to be a member to attend events, but bookings are essential via Eventbrite.com.au.

For more information about the Women in Business Regional Network visit www.wibnetwork.com.au or phone Carolyn on 0435 432 203.

Paula Dickson, Caitlin Sullivan and Sophie Bungey.