ONE DAY AT A TIME
When it comes to overall health and wellbeing, it’s the choices you make every day that make the biggest difference
As the weather gets warmer, and the sun shines brighter, you can practically feel the summer holidays coming around the corner. Becoming more active in the warmer months is much, much easier than it is in winter, when heading outside for a walk or jog means wearing five layers and dodging raindrops and puddles.
However in the age of #fitspo and uber toned Instagram influencers, it can be easy to get swayed by the sometimes intense world of physical fitness. There’s always a new diet or new exercise grabbing aention, but the key point of staying healthy isn’t as glamorous as a Beyoncé dance class, or as confusing as a ketogenic diet. It’s one word: consistency. What you do every day will have far more impact than what you do sporadically, and this time of year is a great time to get into building easy, everyday habits that will make the biggest difference to your overall health.
The only problem is – it’s kind of boring. If you had a dollar for every time you’d been told to drink more water, eat more greens and go for more walks, you’d be rolling in it, right? But the reason those things keep being repeated over and over again is because they’re true. Dull, but true.
The issue with looking at drastic quick fixes to overhaul your health is that when they’re over, you just go back to your normal