Sometimes there are days where we just wish we could hit a reset button on our life, and our bodies. There will be those days, where our energy is lacking, and we will need a pick me up 10 minutes into the beginning of the day, just to keep ourselves going.
Stress is a normal part of life, and is something everyone goes through. It can be hard to find the balance, between stressors, and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Excess stress can have detrimental health effects for the body
Goals of reaching a particular income level, affording new material things, losing two or ten kilos, having a smaller bum, bigger boobs or faster car are NOT health or heart based. This year we challenge you to tear up your list of goals and start again. Truly reconnect with what actually makes you happy.
We all know exercise is important but we are all so busy we struggle to fit it into our everyday lives, let’s be honest it’s last on the priority list when your busy but the benefits are amazing so I am going to help you figure out ways to incorporate it into your day EVERYDAY without having to think about it, schedule it or dread it.
We all struggle with it, I work for myself and still find myself falling back into old habits of being obsessed with being over-worked. I used to think it was a Sydney cultural fault, but travelling a lot around the world I have found it is not just restricted to our hustling Sydney City. We are all being influenced by a world that is changing incredibly fast, technology has allowed us to branch out into worlds we never knew existed. It allows us to get things done faster, better and cheaper anywhere...anytime.
No matter what it is your trying to achieve, meeting a deadline at work, going to the gym, agreeing to that blind date, booking that holiday or washing the car. We have all experienced the paralysing effects of procrastination.
Do you struggle with feeling crazy around food when you try and make healthier choices?
I honestly think that the majority of us have the same struggle, its like when someone says don't look. Of course we look, it's human instinct. If you bring something to your attention your going to focus on it more.
In a recent survey I conducted with busy babes just like you, over 80% admitted that cravings were the second biggest hurdle for them when trying to eat a healthier diet.
"For years I struggled with cravings, for me they were mostly the 3pm slump and evening dessert treat. I used to beat myself up if i gave in to them, or resist until I would binge on a tub of ice-cream, block of chocolate or whatever else I could get my hands on...sound familiar?"