As far as I’m concerned, there’s never a bad time to read, but I especially love spring reading here in Idaho. The weather is still cold outside but things are starting to come back to life and I love sitting near a window, soaking up sunshine from the warmth of my house, with a good book in my lap. Here are some of my favorite recent reads for your spring reading list!
I did my first 7-Day Reset on Jan. 4th. It had been a long time coming. I had felt really good during the initial Stay at Home Order in March, and continued to work out daily, eat healthy and drink in moderation until May. And then I just hit a wall. Like, a really BIG wall. One that spanned June-Jan, if I’m being honest.
It is important to maintain good posture. Good posture includes the way we sit stand and walk, it affects our health and mood. Good posture means training the body to stand, sit, lie, or walk in positions that will not over strain the muscles and ligaments during movement or rigorous activities. While we focus on posture during activities like weight lifting and strength training it is just as important to think about it in our daily routine. Stretching is crucial for flexibility range of motion and injury prevention. Stretching can help to loosen the tight muscles that may be affecting your posture negatively.
According to Medical News Today: “Cellulite can affect both men and women, but it is more common in females, due to the different distributions of fat, muscle, and connective tissue. Between 80 and 90 percent of women may experience cellulite at some point in their lives.” That makes it pretty normal!!
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Welcome to my book picks for winter 2021! Winter is a great time for cuddling up with a book, a fire, a blanket, and some time to kill when it’s too cold to go outside. Here are some of my favorites from the last few months.