My fitness routine falls into three categories: sedentary (shh, I’m watching Gilmore Girls), being active and proper exercise. Being active is taking the stairs rather than the escalator or walking to a destination rather than driving. Then there’s proper exercise. The type that turns your skin a shade of pillar box red and makes your muscles ache for days afterwards.
Well hello there chums. Did you have a grand weekend and are suitably geared up for the week ahead? I’m going to quickly gloss over the fact that these weeks are whizzing by. I’m not going to lie, it’s starting to freak me out. HOW is it almost March? And don’t I say this every single month? Just a reminder, I guess, that time is fleeting and to crack on with fully living well. My highlight of last week was making delicious soup so I think I might need to up my game a little…(I do love the simple things mind you).
I’m writing this whilst nestled on the sofa (it was a HARD Roller Derby session this afternoon), surrounded by candles and a mug of hot camomile tea. My evening is all about the Hygge it would seem but today I’m collaborating with Contact Numbers UK on a campaign called #LagomLifestyle to talk about ways to help you live a life more Lagom.
Stress manifests itself physically and emotionally in many ways for different people. I might have panic attacks and experience insomnia and you might suffer with symptoms of hair loss or IBS. Whatever your symptoms, whatever your reason for the stress and anxiety (if known) we all have one thing in common – we can agree it sucks big time.