Treats are not only one of the primary things that derails or sabotages a healthy lifestyle, but they are the KEY to any effective diet and reaching your healthy living goals.
WHAT?! Could eating a candy bar be the key to creating a healthy routine?
If you're someone who's on Social Media and follows anything to do with the health and wellness industry, you've probably heard of Intuitive Eating. It's a pretty buzzy topic lately so I thought I'd take some time to give you the low-down on Intuitive Eating AND how it relates to what we Savages do (same same but different).
Well, I know I convinced a lot of you that a home workout is a significant key to finding that balance that you're looking for, but we're still faced with the HOW. I have this conversation on the reg: "I just can't get to my classes as much as I want! I wish I was someone who could motivate to workout at home, but I just can't!" Sound familiar? Well I’ve got some solutions for you. Yes, YOU!
Once those kiddos get in their last tinkle and their final "1-more-minute" of cuddles, and their eyes flutter shut, we desperately seek a little winding down. But what if it's not feeling good anymore? At first it was a nice treat you looked forward to, but lately you wake up feeling bummed about all that sugar (physically and/or emotionally)… I’ve got you, mama! Check out these tips to reign it all in and still feel chill AF
This is the season for a lot of pressure to get your physical self "ready" for the beach vacations and pool parties and, while I am definitely on board for working toward whatever health and wellness goals you have, these sentiments are exactly what keeps us yo-yo-ing, feeling guilty, feeling like we're failing and all that other not-awesome stuff we feel about ourselves and our bodies.
Part one of our Guest Post: “When I started thinking about wellness from the perspective of both WHAT WAS IN IT FOR ME and the seeing what food and environmental factors could be contributing to the negative symptoms - BAM - there was my turning point and motivation to finally focus on my wellness.“