Second Installation of ‘Nourish Yourself” Info.

This article is fantastic.  It some with thirty simple ideas for improving your everyday life.  Rather than present all thirty at once, I chose to break it up in to three installments. this one covers enjoyable ways to nourish yourself physically.  Enjoy and let me know what you think.

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                       30 Ideas to Nourish Your Life

by : CATHERINE BEARD                        https://theblissfulmind.com/personal-goal-examples/

Goals To Nourish Your Body

We all know how important exercise is, but finding the motivation and time to actually do it is always a struggle. If you break this larger goal into smaller chunks, you’ll find it much easier to find something that works for you and stick to it. Here are 10 ways to nourish your body:

WALK AFTER LUNCH OR DINNER. 

Going for a walk after dinner was probably one of my favorite goals that I set for myself. It really helps to reset your brain, let your food digest, and get a nice healthy dose of fresh air before returning back to your desk or couch.

DRINK TEA INSTEAD OF COFFEE/SODA.

I’ve been trying to cut out coffee for so long now because I really don’t think it agrees with my body (but I love the taste and smell, y’know?). If you feel like it’s making you dehydrated and it’s breaking your bank account, try switching your usual coffee or soda for a cup of tea.

SQUEEZE IN 10 MINUTES OF EXERCISE PER DAY.

If you struggle to squeeze in gym time (or just don’t have the motivation), tell yourself you only have to work out for 10 minutes. That way, you’re more likely to just get started because it doesn’t seem like a huge commitment. You’ll probably even keep going for longer than 10 minutes once you’re over the initial hurdle of getting started.

EAT MORE VEGGIES.

I truly envy anyone who manages to get their daily quota of vegetables in. Fruit is easy enough for me, but I really struggle when it comes to veggies! Decide how many portions you’d like to eat per day, and do a little bit of Pinterest searching for recipes that incorporate veggies (or better yet, ones where you can’t even tell there are veggies in them).

30 DAYS OF YOGA.

Yoga with Adriene put together an epic 30-day yoga plan that’s perfect for any level of yogi. If you’ve been meaning to try yoga or want to start doing it more regularly, I highly recommend taking the challenge.

TRY MEAL PREPPING.

If you’re tired of having nothing to eat or spending all of your money on fast food, try setting yourself a goal to meal prep each week for a month (here’s my how-to guide). It’ll save you a whole bunch of time, and you’re much more likely to make healthy choices.

DEVELOP A WORKOUT ROUTINE.

Consistency is really important when it comes to your health, and having a workout plan is going to help you stay on track and get you closer to meeting your overall wellness goals. Try following this plan I used during the summer (includes a free workout calendar)!

DRINK MORE WATER.

There are so many benefits to drinking water aside from the fact that your body needs it to survive. Staying hydrated keeps your brain alert and makes your skin glow, yo! Vow to keep a water bottle with you at all times for a month, and see how much better you feel from all of that goodness.

30-DAY SQUAT CHALLENGE.

Want to work on your buns and get a Beyoncé booty? Try this 30-day squat challenge from PopSugar!

TRY A NEW FORM OF EXERCISE.

If you’re really struggling to exercise regularly, maybe you need to try a new kind of exercise. There’s a whole world out there beyond the gym! Challenge yourself to try a new form of exercise during the month. You could try pilateskickboxing, crossfit, karate, zumbahip hop, barre…the possibilities are endless!

 

 

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