4 Simple Ways To Practice Self-Care

I have always been into self-care in some form or another but these past 15 months have shown me that I didn’t do it enough but only when I was stressed out or in the process of burning out. Now that outside is progressively reopening, I want to take the lessons that I have learntContinue reading “4 Simple Ways To Practice Self-Care”

Healthy Summer Morning Routine

Is it just me or is this year flying by fast than last year? It feels like yesterday I was sitting down on my table writing my intentions and affirmations for 2021. Summer is coming by fast and I don’t know about you but I’m ready to enjoy summer to the fullest, be outside andContinue reading “Healthy Summer Morning Routine”

The Secret To Healthy Eating

Healthy eating and nutrition is one of the most overcomplicated topic on the Internet right now. I can completely understand why beginners in their fitness journey, novices and even advanced people can be confused. There are so many diets, approaches to eating, different ways to calculate macros, conflicting information on how to start – it’sContinue reading “The Secret To Healthy Eating”

REDUCE CRAMPING DURING YOUR MENSTRUAL CYCLE

If these first two weeks of January have been slow for you, raise your hand. It has been pretty chill at work for me. Attempting to get back into a schedule actually creating content across all the channels has been slow. Usually, I would want to be hitting it hard as soon as a newContinue reading “REDUCE CRAMPING DURING YOUR MENSTRUAL CYCLE”

Recipe: Spicy Brussel Sprouts & Shrimp Stir-fry

  I know what some of you might be thinking when you read the title. I feel like I was deceived as a child growing up in the UK. People always told me that brussels sprouts were disgusting and horrible. As a child, I made the assumption that I didn’t like them either…without trying them.Continue reading “Recipe: Spicy Brussel Sprouts & Shrimp Stir-fry”

Recipe: Burrito Butternut Squash Boats

  Butternut squash is a winter squash that is a good source of vitamin A, C and E.  It is high in antioxidants, it can boost up your immune system and reduce inflammation, and it has more potassium than bananas. One of the recipes that I tried was: Burrito Butternut Squash Boats inspired by Delish.Continue reading “Recipe: Burrito Butternut Squash Boats”

Recipe: Butternut Squash Thai Red Curry

  When I was in college, I used to try a new vegetable of the week in order to add a variety to my diet. I tend to eat the same vegetables and never expand from that. Last weekend, I decided that I would hop back onto that train and chose two recipes. The vegetableContinue reading “Recipe: Butternut Squash Thai Red Curry”

Chocolate Cravings: How To Combat the Crave?

It has been a while since I have written a post. I took a short break as I was hardly home and travelling all over the place. Now that September is here and my travels are winding down, I have time to type away with fresh ideas. Today’s fitness post is about combatting cravings. CravingsContinue reading “Chocolate Cravings: How To Combat the Crave?”

4 Reasons Why You Should Start Working Out

We are all aware that working out is important for several reasons such as maintaining health, keeping fit and weight control management, but do you know why it is important? I’m sharing four reasons why it is important to start working out today. Posture Working out regularly can help fix the most common posture problems.Continue reading “4 Reasons Why You Should Start Working Out”

What is Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS)?

Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS) is the pain and stiffness felt in muscles several hours or days after doing a strenuous or an unaccustomed exercise. The duration of DOMS depends on each individual but it usually peaks around the 48 hour mark after training that specific body part. Every lifter and athlete experience DOMS at oneContinue reading “What is Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS)?”