In today’s post we’re going to share some of our past blogs on self care and wellbeing with you. We hope that amongst this list you’ll be able to find the right information to help you to look after yourself as the world opens back up for you and life starts to get busy again.
In today’s blog we’re going to look at some tips for making it through the month without hitting the bottle. Resisting temptation and changing bad habits is hard but with a little willpower and some decent strategies, you can make it through.
What can we do to improve our brain health without adding additional stress to our already busy lives? We need some quick wins and some good advice to adopt in case we wind up with a barrage of new restrictions on our lives. In today’s blog, we’re going to look at ways we can make some small changes to our habits to help our brain stay happy and healthy in these uncertain times.
I need to get on with things and give myself a ‘happy menopause’, after all, I can’t spend the next 10 years pissed off and hating other humans.
It’s easy to become trapped in a negative routine, especially when you’re trying to juggle a multitude of commitments and responsibilities. Well, no more! Today is the day we learn how to unwind in a healthy way and we’re taking you with us on a journey to re-prioritising our health and creating some good habits that will make us feel happier.
We’ve all got our own funny ways, but when it comes to exercise, has it ever occurred to you that you could have picked up some bad habits that are totally sabotaging all your hard work and best intentions? Let’s look at the 7 bad fitness habits you really need to break. Stale Workouts IfContinue reading “Oh My Quad! 7 fitness habits you need to break”
Norks, chesticles, boobs, the girls, melons, bristols, bosoms, jubblies, bazookas, baps … call them whatever you like. Just don’t neglect them.
If life is leaving you feeling a little overwhelmed right now, it could be time to review your self-care strategy.
We all have bad habits that we have adopted over the years, but are you aware of the bad habits that might actually be OK to keep?
It’s time to take back control of my body and start putting it’s needs before my job and my post-lockdown appetite! In that vein, I’ve been looking for advice about how to get fit after a significant period of downtime and I thought I’d share the top tips that I found with you all. I don’t care about being thin but I do care about being healthy and I hope that some of the things I’ve found will be helpful in getting you back on track with your fitness and self-care.