It's back to school season! I am excited that it'll be my last year, I can't wait to graduate but over summer I have picked up health and fitness and I am going to be incorporating that into my school schedule.
Hey guys! So I set on this journey to be for the summer but as the summer is rounding up I am no where near my goal weight but I generally feel healthier. I binge eat less, drink a lot of water and have made some changes that I know I will carry on with … Continue reading Taking your health journey as a lifestyle
To acheive any real progress, you need to be consistent with a diet, work out plan, detox or whatever you decide to do if not you will have progress for a while then end up undoing your progress
It is not news that a lot of Africans are ditching chemically straightened hair to embrace their natural hair texture but a lot of people don't really know how to go about it.
Cheat days are days that you will break away from your diet pattern and when not managed properly they can hinder your progress instead of keeping you motivated.
One of the most annoying things about setting health goal or wanting to lose weight is when people tell you things like, "But you're fine like this, why would you want to lose weight?" Or "You can't do it don't waste your time," or they just laugh at you and I have faced all three. … Continue reading Motivation to keep fit : Accountability partners
Hey guys! One of the hardest things after making a decision to be healthier or to lose weight is to actually stick to that decision and not get tired or give up along the way to the goal and this is something I have faced for the past three years. Every summer I start a … Continue reading Motivation to keep fit (or lose weight)
Hey guys! So I got nominated for the sunshine blogger awards and I am super excited! Awards like these are a great way to meet a lot of new people and its my pleasure to be a part of it so I deeply thank Rajani from Good vibes for nominating me for this wonderful award. … Continue reading Sunshine blogger awards!
The name pretty much explains the challenge. You get to do 200 an crunches a day for a week, some people extended it to a month, I may do that too but for now I'm not certain.