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5 Tips To Create A Positive Mindset To Healthy Eating This Spring

Often in Winter we tend to be drawn to warm, comforting foods, and sometimes end up consuming more food overall in the cold season. We’ve got 5 tips to get you back on track to improving your healthy habits this Spring. Start now Use this as your sign to start! It’s common to delay making …Read more »

THE 4 Ps – The Best Character Traits For Achieving Goals

Setting goal is really important, but what good are they if we are never achieving them? Do you find your setting goals only to never reach them? To help achieve your goals we have outlined the top 4 character traits you should work on – Perseverance, Patience, Persistence and Passion! Focussing on how to improve …Read more »

Tai Chi – meditation in motion with life changing benefits

After much interest, Live Life Get Active is now offering Tai Chi classes to members. But what exactly is Tai Chi and what do you get out of it? Well, we’ve put together a basic rundown of what it’s all about. So keep reading to find out the answers to these questions as we dive …Read more »

Setting 10 week goals and sticking to them

Set Achievable Goals for this Term What would you like to achieve this year? Why don’t you set yourself a small challenge or goal like getting your steps in each day, committing to a workout, taking the stairs instead of the lift when possible, making meditation a part of your everyday routine or create healthier …Read more »

10 ways to prepare your mind and body for spring

As the cooler months draw to a close it’s only natural that your mind turns to sunshine, the outdoors and all things spring. And whether you’ve kept up healthy winter and lockdown habits, or you decided to hibernate for a while, it’s crucial to set yourself up now with realistic goals for a fit and …Read more »

Body image, self-esteem and the influence of society

Society shapes us in many ways, possibly more than we realise – from our interactions, to our personal development through to others’ perception of our bodies as a reflection of self worth. We are social beings. Genetically we rely on one another for the survival of humanity. That primal connection makes our interactions physiologically and …Read more »

6 Tips To Avoid The 3pm Slump

We’ve all been there, it’s 3pm and you’ve been productive all morning but you’re starting to feel slower, your eyelids are heavy and you’re ready for a nap. For many, the solution would be to grab a coffee or something sweet to give you that quick energy hit, however there are a few ways to …Read more »

Everything You Need to Know About Energy Levels and Carbs

How carbohydrates can both boost and plummet your energy levels Busy lifestyles, demanding jobs, kids and poor sleep patterns can be a cause of low energy levels and fatigue. One major reason that is usually overlooked is your eating. What you’re putting inside your body can be directly related to how much energy you have …Read more »

Start using exercise as a natural energy boost

Feeling low on energy and fatigued? Have you tried exercising more? It may seem like the last thing you want to do when feeling tired, but multiple studies and sports scientists have linked exercise to increased energy levels. In fact, one study from the University of Georgia found that over 90% of sedentary people who …Read more »

5 Secret Keys to Achieving Balance in Your Life

Over the past few years, we’ve all had to deal with a lot of stress and change. Many of us have had to adjust to new lifestyle changes, such as remote work and increased parenting responsibilities. Achieving the right balance in such an uncertain and difficult time may be challenging, especially if you’re also caring …Read more »