Janey Holliday has appeared extensively in the UK media since 2003 with features and expert advice in a variety of magazines, newspapers, TV & online.
The Evening Standard
House and Garden
Mindful Chef Magazine
Woman and Home
The Talented Ladies Club
You and your wedding
New Zealand Herald
Here are some of the articles:
(Please note that Janey Holliday Coaching used to be known as Making Things Easy and many of the online articles have recently been removed due to data protection law changes in the EU).
“You’ll never meet anyone as knowledgeable and inspirational about nutrition and lifestyle as Janey Holliday – she’s brilliant!”
Jo Good – Radio & Television Presenter
“Janey’s advice has become one of our most popular features because the tips are upbeat, inspirational and incredibly motivating. Not only do you WANT to try her advice, you actually can’t wait. Her sensible, easy-to-follow tips aren’t just for ‘detox January’ – it’s clever, every day advice you’ll use for a lifetime.”
Alaina Vieru – Editor, Easy Living
“I used to be the lifestyle editor on a woman’s website and met a woman called Janey Holliday who as well as running Fit For A Princess bootcamps, (fun, outdoor training for women), she’s also put together online food and exercise training for women which are brill.She changed my eating with simple stuff like, stop eating fruit, controversial I know but fruit has tons of sugar in it, which makes you want loads more sugar and yet Weightwatchers are pushing it as “free” food, it’s so not. And if you eat it after lunch/dinner it just sits on your food fermenting and being gross. I cut it out and swapped it for veg, like sugarsnap peas and that in itself saw pounds drop off.I did her Food Management Made Easy course and the 28 Day Best Body bootcamp and the good thing is that you get the resources for life. So the Body Blitz had vids of toning and cardio included which I still access now.Anyway, she really helped me and I think she talks sense and isn’t making a shit load of money off women buying a brand’s low-fat products which are full of sugar. Weightwatchers and M&S Count on us, I’m looking at you. Anyway, have a google for her and check out her info. She does free webinars so you can listen and see what she’s all about. Good luck!”