How to lose weight with ease?
Today’s topic is for you if you’re someone who is unsuccessful at weight loss. Or maybe you have a hard time keeping the weight off.
Do you want to become more efficient in your life, perform better or lose weight easier?
Your solution might be in your breath and relaxation
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I have never been a yoga lover.
In my previous blog, I shared tips on how to create fitness goals. Have you done it yet? If not, you can click before you move on to this article. Don’t forget to download the worksheet to help you.
Have you set your fitness goals for 2017?
New Year resolutions get a bad rap because many people end up abandoning them, despite the best intentions at the start.
We’re right in the middle of the holiday season between Thanksgiving and New Year’s. I love this time of the year because I spend time with the people I love and cherish the most. Social gatherings are fun, but they can become overwhelming when added to our already busy schedules.
Is overexercising or high stress preventing you from losing weight?
One of the common mistakes I see people make when they want to lose weight is the extreme stress and tension they put in their bodies.
I started my Self-Love journey in 2010, when I was 32 years old and going through a rough time. One of my friends recommended I listen to Tony Robbins. On one of his programs, he asks the listener to write down ten things that they love about themselves.
Are you learning about self care? Are you someone who is new to it?
If you are beginning a Self Care Journey, you might be feeling a bit overwhelmed thinking that you need to add one more thing to the list of things you do daily.
Be easy on yourself.
Self-care Movement: Learn How to Embrace Yourself!
My inspiration to start self care movement came from my own life experience. Self-care does not come easily to me, and I realized that if I don’t own something fully and truly, I can’t teach it.