It’s very easy to let all the good work you’ve been doing for your health and fitness go over the Festive Season. Especially this year when our lives have been restricted and you’ve all undergone some sort of hardship.
You deserve it right?
There are a lot of ways you can spoil yourself: spending time with loved ones and friends, bubble baths, walks in nature, a new outfit, trip to the hairdressers or nail bar….
However, it seems to be ingrained in the British culture to eat and drink (too much) when its time to celebrate. Hangovers, feeling bloated, a few more character lines on the forehead….
This year it’s different
During the covid pandemic you’ve probably spent more time indoors, more time sitting and possibly more time eating and drinking too. Why make it harder to start the New Year with good intentions?
Make your 2021 plan today.
Decide on where you’d like to be in 6 months, 12 months; set your goals, write them down
And ask yourself whether you want to spend these few days making it harder to achieve your goals.
I’m on a mission to get women over 60 stronger – not just physically but also mentally. Watch out for my new “Strong After 60” programmes which I’ll be launching in the New Year.
Flex your mental and physical muscles over the Festive Season: say ‘no’ to things that are counterproductive in your life and ‘yes’ to the start to a stronger, healthier, happier you.