Tag: Exercise

Fit to Fat and Back (2009) Review

As someone who subscribes to a variety of YouTube channels, I get a myriad of recommendations coming my way thanks to the algorithms at Google. One of those being the 2009 documentary by a personal trainer/model, that attempted to gain and then lose a massive amount of weight. I must admit I was very much

Continue reading

3 Exercises good for Mind, Body, & Soul

For many in the mental health community, we have all heard about how doctors may encourage patients to take up running, or some other form of exercise, to combat their depression. The irony being that most times those who are depressed have little energy and motivation to get out of bed, let alone into a

Continue reading

Overcoming depression and anxiety…

According to national statistics, 1 in 4 people in the UK have or will experience mental health difficulties. That is a staggering number of people! In my own life journey, I have been managing my own mental health difficulties since 2013. Before then I had symptoms of what I know now to be depression and

Continue reading

Football’s coming home! ⚽️

I’m not the biggest football fan, but even I have been swept up into the World Cup madness sweeping the nation. After the recent win by England at the Quarter Final, you cannot avoid football even if you tried. There’s something exciting about sharing a positive national identity, and even though the critic in me

Continue reading

Sleep helps you lose weight?! 😴

While research is not extensive when it comes to the link between sleep and weight management, the majority point in a similar direction: Getting regular, good quality sleep, for at least 8 hours or more, can help you to lose weight. Whenever we think of losing weight, typically our minds go to eating healthy, and increasing

Continue reading

Why just saying “I’m going to exercise more” doesn’t work

The majority of people who made resolutions in celebration of New Years have broken them by now. As much of an optimist I am, that is just a fact. While there are a number of factors that contribute to why this may be, for many it is because their resolutions are way too vague. What

Continue reading