I'm seeing it over and over again, and I'm sure you are too. The term "problem areas" is used as naturally when talking about women's fitness as the word "fresh" is used when talking about water. Find out why portraying women's fitness this way is causing more damage than motivation.
Are you somebody who dreads Mondays as soon as the weekend starts? I get it. If you work Monday to Friday, it can be a little bit depressing when the weekend is over and you have to start getting ready for the week again. But what if Mondays didn't have to be dreaded? There are a few things you can do to make your least favourite day a little more enjoyable.
Drinking alcohol is the norm in our society. It has become such a natural thing to do that many people can barely believe that somebody might choose not to drink. In this post, I'll talk about the social aspects of not drinking, my own experiences with it, facts about how our bodies deal with alcohol, and I'll share some tips on drinking in relation to weight loss/ maintenance and a healthy lifestyle. I just want to make it clear that I'm not condemning alcohol completely or trying to make anyone who enjoys it stop drinking occasionally. I'm just talking about my experiences as somebody who chooses not to drink.
Sitting at a desk all day is detrimental to our health, but a big part of the population still does it for five days each week. Find out what can be done to promote a healthier lifestyle in an office environment!
Are you sitting for most of the day, either at work, at home or in your car? If so, it might be a good idea to do something for your health and wellbeing and look for ways to get a little bit more active.
It's cold and flu season here, so I thought it might be a good time for this post. I'm sure you know the feeling- you have a bit of a cold, are maybe coughing a little and just don't feel quite right, but you don't feel bad enough to just stay home and in bed. … Continue reading Should you work out when you are ill?
Undoubtedly exercising offers physical benefits, but what about the mental ones? Exercising regularly can not only change the way you look, but also the way you feel, and many times, the mental benefits you experience are much more important than the physical ones. They are the benefits that make you stick with exercising for good, and they're also the most important gains you can make through your workouts.
It can be hard to carve out some time for self-care, so why not start this Valentine's day? Valentine's day is all about love, so why not include self-love in that? In addition to the other people that you spend Valentine's day with, you can also be your own Valentine. You'll thank yourself later!