Okay, so it’s been what, two weeks since we celebrated the start of the new year. So it means it’s way past the holidays and it’s back to reality for all of us. Now, my question is: how’s your new year’s resolution? I’m sure most (if not all) of you reading this have already forgotten about it by now. Yes, I’m pretty sure of it, you know why? Well, according to studies, only about 8% of people actually stick to their resolutions. So I’m guessing that your “new-year-new-me” mantra is now just like your ex—something from the past that you would’ve wanted to work but didn’t. LOL!
Hello everyone! I’m glad to be back! First off, I just want to say Happy New Year to all of you! I hope you’ve had a great time during the holidays. As we all know, the holidays are the perfect time to indulge. And because of that, the first things I usually do after the holidays is to check my weight. What with all the binge eating most of us have done during the holidays, once we step on the scale, I’m pretty sure that many of us will be a few pounds heavier. But don’t worry though, many of us are in the same situation as yours. If you feel like you’ve ate too much during the holidays, there’s nothing left to do now but work off those unwanted pounds. Here are some post-holidays weight-loss tips to help you get back on track:
So you’ve finally decided to turn turn your life around and get some good ‘ol exercise done. Good for you, sister! Keep in mind that it’ll be hard at first but if you keep at it and once you get the hang of it, you’ll feel a lot better than you’ve ever been before. I promise. You see, when it comes to physical fitness routines and exercises, you’ll initially feel sore, especially if you’ve been lifting weights. But like I said, after the initial pains, you will certainly see and feel the difference. And I guarantee you, you’ll love it!
We all know that part of living a healthy lifestyle is working out regularly. And yes, when I say regularly, I meant every single day. Because, let’s face it, if you only exercise whenever you just feel like it, how effective do you think is it going to be? And, unfortunately, with our fast-paced lifestyles and busy schedules, we tend to skip working out at the gym altogether.