According to Alcohol Change, an estimated 7.9 million people in the UK planned to take part in Dry January this year in a bid to prioritise their health, kick off the new year and make lifestyle changes. Now that we are in February, what’s next?
We live in an era where there is more information readily available at our fingertips than ever before, but this can feel overwhelming. From constant social media scrolling to 24/7 news broadcasts, it’s easy to forget how to take care of yourself and live in the moment. This is where practicing mindfulness can help.
Walking is an incredibly underrated form of exercise. It’s a great starting point for those looking to make lifestyle changes. Even just a short walk a day can make a world of difference to your health. Why not give walking the credit it deserves and try to start incorporating it into your lifestyle change program?
Running is a great way to keep active and take small steps towards a healthy lifestyle. Running benefits include helping to improve your cardiovascular fitness, strengthen your muscles and help relieve stress.
If you set new fitness goals a few weeks ago, but now feel like you’ve hit a snag, don’t worry! When it comes to long-term fitness goals, it can be difficult to map out how to achieve them. So, we’ve put together 5 challenges you could try help you kickstart your wellbeing journey.