At the beginning of each year, I see so many people making their New Year's resolutions; determined to keep them. A big part of those people will have given up on their resolutions by March. But why does that happen? They rely only on motivation to keep them going!
There's nothing quite like a warming cup of hot chocolate when it's cold outside. Unfortunately, most store bought hot chocolate powders are packed with added sugar which, as we know, isn't exactly great for our health. As an alternative, you can try the hot chocolate recipe below which uses banana and dates for sweetening!
Not everyone likes going to a gym, and that's fine! A gym membership, while useful, is not a necessity for people looking to get fit. Working out at home can be a convenient and money saving option, and it can also give you the results you're looking for if done right. When choosing workout equipment to purchase for home workouts, it is important to maximise efficiency: to get versatile workout equipment that you can use in many different ways.
Yesterday, I tried a new green smoothie recipe, and as it turned out very well and was quite popular at home, I'm sharing it here today. The majority of the ingredients I used for this smoothie are high in vitamin C, so a glass or two a day can contribute to achieving your recommended daily intake of this vitamin.
The only thing you'll need for this whole body workout is a pair of dumbbells. If you don't have any, grab two water bottles or anything else that you have lying around your house. Do 10-15 reps for each exercise for 1-3 rounds!