Hi, I’m Leah! Welcome to Naturally Leah – a blog about fitness, food, and finding your best life.
Naturally Leah aims to help inform, encourage, motivate and inspire active women to find their best life through fitness, nutrition and lifestyle. Through writing this blog I share my tips, reviews, thoughts, personal experiences and struggles on a variety of fitness and health topics.
I’m a Kiwi girl who has been living the expat life for the past 5 years. In 2011, I left New Zealand and moved to Canada, then London, and then in 2015 I travelled extensively through Europe and South America – all the time trying to find fitness around the globe.
As a way of focusing myself throughout these life changes, I started writing about what I loved – health and fitness*. Through blogging I discovered new products and brands, nutrition options, tried various classes and studios, and reviewed races and events. I fell in love with running and have completed two marathons. I learnt about Whole 30 and Paleo eating and become a complete convert. Most importantly – I connected with an amazing community of likeminded people.
I’ve recently relocated back to Auckland, New Zealand with my husband and #1 supporter Jase, and I am excited to call this city our new home. I work in marketing, love to travel, drink coffee, and tweet up a storm.
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*I didn’t always love health and fitness – click here to read the long story!
GET TO KNOW ME AND CHECK OUT MY TOP POSTS
AS SEEN IN…
We Heart Living – Expert Advice to Make Winter Running Easer – October 2015
Red Magazine Online – How to do Whole 30 – May 2015
Lunges & Lycra – We Run London: Free Running Clubs – February 2015
Red Magazine – Could You Really Eat This For 30 Days? – September 2014
Move Love Eat – Inspiring People – May 2014
We Do Run Run – Naturally Leah, Runner and Shiny Medal Hoarder – January 2014
Women’s Running UK – Is Cross Training All It’s Cracked Up To Be? – September 2013
Please note: I have no formal nutrition or exercise qualifications, although it’s definitely something I’m considering in the future! All posts are based on my own personal knowledge, experience and opinions. Please consult your doctor or a Registered Dietician for specific queries.
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