If you have your health- you are blessed. It’s so easy to forget the things that we have- the things we take for granted: our home, family, our country, the rights we have, what we have access to and so on. I’m aware not everybody have everything I’ve listed either!
Don’t you think sometimes that the difficult things with a new routine is to stick with it?! I love new beginnings and am finding it harder to continue and ensure it becomes a regular occurrence and part of my daily routine. In all honesty, I also find diets and to think about eating well very boring!!! There- I’ve said it! I wish I was that person who loved getting up at 5:30am with running shoes on, pumping cool music in my headphones, returning sweaty with a big smile on my face, preparing porridge or other healthy breakfasts and continued my day, heck week!!!… in that fashion- but right now that’s definitely not the case!
For the last 4-5 weeks I’ve felt a bit lethargic due to illnesses and a busy life. My daily choices when it comes to food or exercise have not been the best. That’s when I think that you need to focus on the healthier side of life though. That’s why I’ve decided to bring back energy in my life. Over the next coming weeks, I will invest in me and in my health by:
- Picking up my daily yoga again
- Start running 2-3 times per week
- Cut down on white sugar
- Stop the sweets, crisps and other not good alternatives
- Cook more at home
Is anyone joining me?!?!?! I really, really recommend!!!
2 thoughts on “To live a healthy life”
Some great goals for the week, hope it goes well.
I don’t usually make changes for Lent, but this year I’ve given up chocolate and cake, which reduces my sugar intake considerably.
That’s a good thing to do! Good luck 😌🙏🏻
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