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As many who follow me on social media will know, I took a decent hit coming off my bike earlier this year and whilst my surgeon and I did everything right, and I have regained full movement and strength we've hit a bit of a hiccup. Rather than going off to a corner to sulk, I'm going to use this as an opportunity to talk about nutrition and surgery.

This month is Ocsober, a National campaign aimed at young people to reduce harm from alcohol and drug use. It got me thinking about the number of times I've heard people say to me "I bought the light version so I can drink more". So with Ocsober firmly on our doorstep, and the free-flowing parties that are about to dawn upon us as the end of the year fast approaches, I want to talk about these beverages and safe drinking.

I recently had an "aha" moment immediately followed by a facepalm while I was doing my grocery shopping. I don't know how I have never ever noticed this before, but once I did, it made a lot of things very clear to me.

It feels like everyone is fleeing Canberra for warmer weather at the moment. So one of my most frequently asked questions at the moment is - how do I stay on track while I'm travelling?

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