As the year is fast approaching its end, it’s time to think about goals and ambitions for 2023.
My top tip for succeeding in achieving those goals is to choose something that is realistic. Very often we challenge ourselves too high and when we are unable to reach that expectation we get less motivated and give up. So instead, break down your goal into manageable chunks to achieve over a period of time.
My goal this year is to be more active outdoors and embrace the amazing views we have over here on the Gold Coast.
Let me know what your goals are for 2023 below. Wishing you all a very Happy New Year.
It’s so easy to get caught up in life’s chores, so this weekend I’m encouraging you to take a portion of your day to look after yourself and do something that you enjoy. This could be as easy as putting on make-up, going for a walk, dancing to your favourite song or reading a book.
By doing this, you’ll help to improve your energy, happiness and concentration amongst other great benefits.
Coffee has always been a subject of debate. However, if you do like to reach for your morning coffee, then research has shown that coffee consumption may be associated with a reduced risk of several chronic diseases.
But, larger amounts of coffee can have adverse effects on the body, such as anxiety, restlessness, insomnia and an increased heart rate. Additionally, if you fill up your coffee cup with whipped cream or flavoured syrup then you will almost certainly be reducing any health benefits from the bean.
Recommended caffeine consumption varies from each individual so be sure to ask your own medical doctor for advice and whether it’s safe of you.
Whether you’re having a quiet one, or braving the Black Friday sales you might be tempted to pick up a drink or two.
But wait 🚫 before you grab that glass, did you know that Australian’s are drinking more than they were last year. Long term use of excess alcohol can cause a multitude of health risks, ranging from high blood pressure, heart disease, cancer, weakened immune system, memory problems and mental health issues just to name a few.
It is recommended that healthy men and women drink no more than 10 standard drinks a week and no more than 4 in one day.
So maybe switch that glass to a juice instead or perhaps an alcohol free alternative.