Whether you are lifting weights or doing a shoulder press, you can really improve your strength by training all of your muscles.
In these busy times, many of us feel as though the notion of ‘rest’ is being a little lazy. However, rest comes in a range of different forms. It doesn’t simply mean doing nothing.
You might go on a whirlwind city break, but if you don't feel awake enough to enjoy it, it's going to make you feel worse when you return home. Instead, think about the best ways to recharge your batteries.
The longer you think only in abstracts, the easier it is to get lost in them and to never really make any progress. Be precise, be clear in what you want to do, and keep those objectives in mind always.
A nice pampering session now and then is the perfect way to give yourself a boost. Spending time treating yourself can lift your mood, boosting your self-esteem and your mental health in the process.
After a tumultuous year, it’s time to focus on your wellbeing and take steps to enhance your health. With 2021 right around the corner, you can begin making plans and create your own bespoke strategy to optimize your mental health in the coming year.
Make up some Christmas hampers to the less privileged and vulnerable, like the homeless. You don't need to invest in baskets. Simply use shoeboxes if you have some and fill them up with goodies.
With the uncertainty, it’s impossible to tell whether your destination will be safe from cancellations. Still, you can improve the odds by picking a country within the travel corridor legislation set out by the government.
You might not be able to travel, as much as you would love to however, all is not lost. Most of my current travels take place during my commute, autumn walks, planned and last minute strolls.