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Comparing yourself to others is normal. It’s a trait inherent to us humans, regardless of age. Everyone compares themselves to others at some point in their lives. It can start as early as childhood, when you might have envied your classmate for being a ‘cooler’ kid than you were. This continues well into adulthood. Our comparisons don’t even change much. We have cooler colleagues who get promoted before us or just seem to be doing better at life even if they’re in the same position. However, it's counter-productive to compare yourself to others, and in this article we share why.
In our fast-paced world, it's no wonder that so many of us feel stressed out about our nutrition. We're constantly being told to eat this or avoid that, and it can be hard to know what to do in order to stay healthy without adding more stress to our lives. In this blog post, we will discuss five simple ways to add healthy nutrition habits to your lifestyle without having to worry about it! These tips will help you reduce stress around health and nutrition, and enjoy life a little bit more.
Most people find it challenging to get into the habit of a fitness regime. Some barely make it a week before giving up or falling out of their exercise routine. Some don't even start at all! But a lot of the reasons for these false starts or early failures can actually be addressed in advance by understanding a workout routine that best works for you. It's never too late to get started. Today, let's talk about how you can get into the habit of fitness so you can get yourself exercising — whether again, or for the first time.