It’s summer, and there’s only one thing that we love doing during summer – swimming and drinking endless bottles of beer or cocktails next to the pool or beach. Unfortunately, if you’re a sporty person, this means that you have to squeeze in exercising, as you know you won’t be feeling very good if you skip a training. On the other hand, it’s hard to incorporate training when you have so many other things to do. Since it’s obviously extremely hard to focus on the gym and exercising in such good weather, take a look at these tips that will help you survive those two hours a day, as it’s extremely important to stay consistent and continue pumping those muscles.
“Oh my god, you work from home? That must be so cool and laid-back, I wish I could work from home, then I would be able to do anything I want!” How many times have you heard people say something like this when you told them that you work from home? How many times did you try to explain to people just how stressful, inefficient, and counter-productive working from home can actually be?
If you’ve decided to take on a life coach that tells me that you’re a person who’s up to big things in their life. Many people, some of them are your friends, family, colleagues, that have murmured, “I think I want coaching,” aren’t brave enough to put in the work — but you’re actually in the game – on the court! Now that you’ve committed to a life coach — show up!
One of the things that you cannot control are the circumstances of life and the stress they bring. However, one can always find ways in which to stay positive and true to themselves, and that’s why practicing self-improvement is crucial. Not only does it help in living a (somewhat) stress-free life, it can also help keep our mental health intact. Conversely, if you pay attention to your mind and your body, you will be more likely to be resilient toward everything that comes your way. If you’re not quite sure what to do to stay stress-free and practice self-improvement, take a look at the following tips.Read more →