Rather than make weekends a time to let go of all goals and have a break from your healthy ambitions, make the weekend the no-excuse time to get in a workout and plan for wellness! You likely have somewhat more downtime on the weekend, less work (hopefully), and it should be easier to plan for … Continue reading Keep up with goals on the weekend.
It is easy to be negative about weight loss and healthy living with all of the costly promotions out there for foods, weight loss products, supplements, etc. I frequently hear complaints of the cost of weight loss being too high. The good news is it simply does not have to be that way! Clean and … Continue reading Budget meals.
It can be hard to feel grateful for exercise, because people do not always love exercise! I challenge you this mid-week day to consider thinking of exercise as something to be grateful for! Remind yourself how fortunate you are to have the ability to exercise. Think of that friend or loved one battling illness, a … Continue reading Grateful to exercise.
Breakfast is so important, but not everyone feels they have the time. Try these slow cooker recipes from Self for a prepared breakfast when you wake up! No more excuses! https://www.self.com/gallery/slow-cooker-breakfasts?mbid=nl_102117_Daily_Hero6_sl&utm_medium=dailyemail&CNDID=23669703&spMailingID=12182499&spUserID=MTkwMDE4Mzk5NjY0S0&spJobID=1261710074&spReportId=MTI2MTcxMDA3NAS2
Whether to get started or keep going through a workout, sticking to a meal plan, or getting ready for the week ahead, mindset plays a huge role in how much energy we have to help us through. A negative mindset can zap energy, whereas a positive mindset has the power to create it. I believe … Continue reading Psych yourself up.