Hello you! Amber here, well, it’s not gonna be anybody else, is it?!
So, today’s post is about me becoming healthier in myself, and the steps I will be taking to do so✨
So, I’ve noticed that lately, I’ve not been doing as much exercise as I should be doing, and it’s causing me to be lazy, which is not a good habit to get into! So, here are some of the things I’m doing, and my mum is being really supportive about it, she’s finding healthy recipes for snack bars, nutritious dinners 💛 So, thanks mum 😊
1. Exercising at least once a week
I will be exercising at least once a week, whether that is going on a walk with my mum, going swimming, or doing a work-out on a fitness app (getting on to that subject can anybody recommend any free fitness apps? 🏋🏻♀️)
2. Eating healthier
I am now being aware of what I’m eating, as I want to feel healthy in myself, and I can’t if I’m shovelling un-nutritious food in my mouth (I’m not mocking you – I’m still doing it 😂) For after school snacks, me and my mum are going to make these lovely snack bars that look really good.
3. Eat more fruit and veg
Yep, I’m not veg’s number one fan – who is though?! But I need to get over it and eat them because they are good for me and if I want to be healthy, I need to suffer some of the down-sides.
4. Get more sleep
Yes, I literally am always tired, and it’s really not good for my general health. I need to make sure I get 9-10 hours of sleep (don’t judge, I love sleep 😴). Fun Fact, you know you spend half your life in bed? Just food for thought 😉
5. Take my vitamins
I suffer with a basically, crap immune system 🙄 It’s so bad I’ve donated a whole page of my bullet journal to tracking when I get ill so I can see if the vitamins are helping. If you ask my friends, they’ll tell you that I’m ill a lot. I’ve missed a lot of school, I need to get control of it before it gets worse 🤒
Well, who thinks that I’m going to be able to get healthier?
Do you believe in me?
Are you suffering from potato syndrome (Bayance, I’ve got to quit potato club 😂)