How to Reduce Stress by Anya’s Eats
Anya, a Holistic Health Coach, takes a practical approach to managing stress. Instead of adding “stress-reducing” activities to your already jam-packed schedule, Anya encourages you to look at what you can eliminate. She also humbly reminds us that we are not superheroes, and to give ourselves a break when we can’t take something on. Learn more about managing stress here.
Cleaning Up Your Diet by Meow Meix
Amanda, the brains behind the blog, Meow Meix, has great advice for cleaning up your diet without incessantly counting calories. By cutting out processed foods, reading labels more closely, cooking at home more and reducing your sugar intake, you will be on your way to a healthier you. Read the full article here.
Workouts You Can Do Anywhere by Syd Healthy n Fit
Who said you need a gym and fancy equipment to get a good workout? Sydney gives us 10 different exercises that only require your body weight and they can be done in a small space, which is perfect for traveling or when you just don’t feel like leaving the house. There are no excuses not to workout with these simple, yet effective moves. See the full list here.
How to Stay Motivated by Twinspired
Megan and Michelle from Twinspired offer easy-to-follow advice for staying motivated to workout. In fact, these tips will actually make working out fun! Perhaps the newness of 2017 is wearing off a bit and that new fitness routine is becoming a bit daunting? This article is for you.
How to Set SMART Goals by Real Food with Dana
How we set goals is the most important step to achieving them. Often times we set lofty goals without a clear action plan, causing them to fail. Dana’s S.M.A.R.T. (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and Timely) guidelines will set you up for success, so don’t ditch those New Years resolutions just yet! Learn how to set smart goals here.