Instead of giving into every holiday indulgence you come across, try to tame your sweet cravings with one of these holiday protein smoothies instead!
With the rush and the craziness of the holidays, we sometimes see the worst come out in people. Occasionally, it might even come from us! But hopefully we see incredible kindness and humanity appear as the heart of the season inspires us.
The holidays are here, and as a result, you may find yourself falling behind on your fitness. After all, your schedule is most likely packed with parties, shopping and other festivities that seriously cut into your gym time. But, here’s the deal… you can have your fruitcake and stay fit too.
Tis the season where sweets and treats are everywhere! We are tempted at the office, at home, at friends, at the bank and just about everywhere we go. This can make it harder to stick to your exercise regimen and nutritional program— but not if you are prepared and have a set plan!
We didn’t get to our unhealthiest point by thinking positive thoughts or practicing healthier habits. We stopped making ourselves the priority, started using comfort, convenient foods to deal with life and possibly did some self-loathing.
You have a vision in your mind of your next goal. Maybe you want to see your six-pack, become a fitness model or maybe you would like to run your first Mud Run or half marathon. Whatever goal you choose, you should definitely take the time to make sure your goals and motivation match.
So we all know Halloween is approaching! Candy Corn, M&Ms, Peanut Butter Snickers, Reese's, caramel apples, etc... the list goes on and ON! Now, think about if the “TEMPORARY satisfaction” is worth the extra pounds. This doesn't mean you can't enjoy ANY treats... moderation is key here, and deprivation only makes you CRAVE food more! Here are some tips and tricks to keep that scale down this Halloween!
Investing money, time and focusing on doing things that polish your look and increase your confidence can increase your sense of well-being and satisfaction in life. Those investments can also improve and empower your personal and romantic relationships.
Jealousy is the emotion that ensues when we take a look at someone or something with envy and then tells us, “Why do they get that? I want that.” Sometimes this can actually be a GOOD thing, a motivator and an opportunity to take a look at ourselves and how we behave. But as we know, jealousy can also lead to very bad things, clouding our minds with doubt in ourselves and unwarranted hatred for someone else.
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