The weekend warrior diet mentality #weekendvibes.
I was chatting to a few colleagues and friends even some PT clients who almost follow their fitness plan like monday to Friday job routine.
They eat clean and slog it out in whatever form of exercise they follow until Friday evening comes and bang, all is 6. .
However that ole body of ours doesn't know whether it's monday or Sunday and if it's overfed or abused we will get little reminders (extra body fat possibly after an eating binge) a bad hangover after too.much alcohol..
The question I'm asking in the video is what is your choice this wknd? some people want both to drink like alot of us Irish are blessed with the undoubted ability to consume and handle vast amounts of alcohol and eat all round them as well. This is double trouble.
.. #Cutehoorism is all the rage in kerry why not make a Choice of one or the other either tell yourself ill have my drinks and watch the food intake or vica versa.
Being a bit cuter may help you stay on track to achieveing your goals.
Unless you are happy to stick with this lifestyle choice by all means stick at it, as happiness is what it all boils down to, but our poor bodies might not be as forgiving come Monday morning.
Make the choice based on you're long term goals. #tradeoffs#goals#weekendvibes#weeekend#ireland#irishfitfam#strikeapose#manutd#keepfit#like4like#lifestyleblogger#choices#youhavethepower#hereforagoodtimenoyalongtime
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Reflection is more important than we think, especially with the pace of our modern lives.
Ive been taking some time out to deeply reflect on the direction of my life at the moment and although it means we must face both the desirable and the not so desirable aspects of ourselves, it is an act of purification.
How often do we stop and make space between our daily tasks? Let alone spend a full week or longer engaging with our deeper selves. We move swiftly from one task to the next, ticking off the to-do list and keeping busy.
But it’s the spaces that remind us of our vision, our intentions. They let us process and reflect on the feelings and conversations of the day.
They give us moments…to understand what needs to change, to heal and to breathe and count our blessings.
Adapted from an extract included in my free '7 RITUALS FOR SUCCESS SERIES'.
Link in the bio.
[No. 13] Love is : seeking harmony. Contrary to popular belief, you don’t always have to be right. You’re going to live another day even if you don’t win the argument. And, you don’t have to get the last word in. Love is caring more for harmony than coming out on top. In moments of disagreement, it’s about seeing the other person, whether that’s your spouse or friend, as your teammate rather than your opponent. In moments of hurt, it’s about being the first to forgive and seek reconciliation. _____________________
When my husband and I get into disagreements, the easiest thing is to exchange one hurt for another. But with humility in harmony, we can look past our hurt, forgive quickly, and transition into using our different perspectives as an opportunity to learn. If the issue doesn’t reach this point, it remains a waste of time and energy...and it leaves us wounded. That’s a dangerous place to be in because those wounds fester, and one day, even a simple issue could bring out all the other wounds that never healed. Next time you’re in an argument, ask yourself this: Is winning the argument more valuable than the relationship itself? Am I bringing old issues back up in this current disagreement? Do I even want harmony? #thehonestShruth : @lindseymuellerphotog