I’ve been thinking about slow living for a while now. I think I’m constantly a bit stressed out at work with so much to do – which I’ve noticed leads to nonefficiency. And in my free time I’m always thinking about all the things that I should do – and I’m getting nothing done.
So there has to be something wrong with how I live my life. Maybe I should just… deliberately slow it down a bit. And I think that this fall might be just the right time to do it.
Can you? Is it possible? Some of you are nodding enthusiastically – you’ve learned the secrets and have learned to love their flavor as is as well. Not everyone loves the veggies though but if you’re determined to try you’ll be surprised how little time it takes to learn to like them.
Whether you already love them or are just planning to – here are some tips on how to make vegetables taste good:
This activity has so many names that I’m not even sure what to call it: (deep) water running, water jogging, aqua jogging or pool running.
But they all mean the same thing. And what they mean is some serious business when it comes to burning calories. Here’s what you need to know about water running:
As you probably already know, I believe that eating low carb is the healthiest way to live and lose weight. But sometimes I – and I’m sure you too – struggle, because let’s face it: sugar tastes good, bread is really nice and that bowl of pasta is such comfort food.
There might be many reasons you want to eat fewer carbohydrates: Perhaps you want to cut carbs in order to lose weight fast or your doctor has advised you to eat that way for health reasons. Counting macros (=how many grams of carbs, protein and fat you eat) is okay for some people but if you’re just looking for some general tips on low carb diet foods and how to eat low carb, here’s what you can do:
First of all, I love simple smoothies. My go-to smoothie has just some banana, berries and coconut oil but you can put pretty much anything in a smoothie. Here are some popular choices to give you some ideas:
As many of you know, I’ve done Whole30 twice (see my Whole30 results: round 1 and round 2). And I’m sure that many of you have started Whole30 on January 1 or are planning to do so very soon.
When I was on Whole30 I was really eager to read other people’s success stories, for motivation and for just mental support. So I thought I’d help you out!
In this article I will post a roundup of links to ten Whole30 success stories and also bring some quotes from them that I find particularly important and meaningful.
What can we learn from their success and mistakes?
Well, haven’t we all been there? You start your Monday with best intentions – this time you’ll change your life for good: Eat healthy, get fit and look fabulous. But by the end of the evening, you’ll have made all the typical mistakes.
Take a look at how it all goes wrong: