April More than ever it is important to protect your mental health. Why don’t you have a go at Hygge and change your daily lockdown routine!
Month two of my weight loss journey. I reviewed February’s goals in my last post so I am ready to write new ones. I had an ok month last month and began towards the end of the month to get better at sticking to my goals. I am finally enjoying exercise and feel like I … More March Weight Loss Goals
I’ve found myself waking up everyday, trying to live a healthy life and failing. I’ve made so many excuses and it just isn’t working, the problem is, the more I try and fail, the more I’m beginning to see myself let’s say negatively, and that shit effects everything. I don’t want to keep going down … More A month worth of goals
If you have seen last week’s post [find it here] you will know that I wrote about living a Hygge life and how my partner and I felt about it. Towards the end of the week we began to conclude…. why not let’s carry on? So here is a list of Hygge things that we did … More Hygge: 3rd – 10th March
According to the Mental Health Society 74% of people in the UK feel stressed or are suffering from exhaustion to the point were they could not cope. I was one of those people. So here is what I did about it.
Total loss: 5.5lbs Tried a couple of SP days during this week
Estimated 40 minutes cooking time | 1.5 Syns on Extra Easy This beautiful Asian dish comes packed with a punch. It is a Pad Thai that you won’t soon forget. The full recipe can be found in Slimming World’s Veggie Deluxe recipe book, the following is my take on the dish.
What can I do on a bank holiday Monday in the rainy UK? I know, lets climb a mountain… *sigh* Some of you may be aware that for the last 2.5 years I have been steadily trying to lose weight. I have tried running, swimming, kickboxing and cycling, and thanks to the other half … More My Pilgrimage: Kinder Scout