So here we are at my last post…. How emosh! If you’ve been reading since the start you might remember me mentioning how by improving our lifestyle we will save the NHS’ ass (If you’ve only just joined, better late than never huh!). So that’s what this post is going to be about! Just a little round up of the past 7 weeks and how helpful it can be…
This week’s blog is about something which everyone deals with on some level… Stress, strain and bad mental health days. This affects our whole lifestyle hugely and is something that needs to be taken care of and nurtured just as much as our diet and activity levels.
This week’s blog is an interesting one and is something I have never really thought about associating with a healthy lifestyle- It turns out that having regular human connection and friendships can improve your health and actually promote a longer life… & here is why:
I know I said exercise was one of my fav topics but food REALLY is my fav topic. Not only because I enjoy food but because I have personal experience of the effects of changing diets and I want to share this with you!
We all use them but what effect is it having on our self-esteem, body confidence and just all round happiness?
Have you ever seen someone’s social media account and thought…
“My god, what I’d do to trade lives with them”
I know I have and I think the vast majority of people will have at one point or another. I feel that in recent years this has become more and more common and is affecting young people left right and centre.
Social media originally started out as a way to share and keep family, friends and loved ones up to date on the latest happenings in our lives which I think is a great concept as many of us have friends and family all over the world BUT in recent years it has drastically began to change from sharing family…
As a Marketing student, the digital world is something we analyse and use A LOT, however I’m sitting on the fence in regards to this post from the BBC Health News written by David Lee… Will the NHS be able to keep up?
If like me you are a serious sweet tooth then THIS is the place to go for a healthier alternative.
Although I’m not exactly a cook or baker myself and don’t often have the time to make these insanely yummy looking desserts, supermarkets are slowly but surely bringing out healthier and lower sugar snacks that taste just as yummy, so I try to opt for these instead.
For me, low carb high fat diet is ideal (something I will later talk about in my blogs, and completely personal to me), so Katrin’s recipes give me so much inspo! Go give them a look or even a try…
How we lead our lives EVEN impacts nature… This post on the BSLM website posted by Tim Smith opened my eyes to the secondary effects of how our increasingly unhealthy and lazy lives are impacting the whole world… and how the whole world impacts us.
Although it seems obvious, this article made me more aware that this really is (as far as we are currently aware) the only planet earth we have, and if improving my lifestyle is going to help keep it turning, I’m DEFOS on board. Are you?