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1. There’s always time exercise. It doesn’t always have to be running or weightlifting. It could be lunges while folding laundry, walking to class, and a 10 minute study break of dancing. 2. Change things up. I have found it to be true that getting creative with a workout makes it easier to keep going. This applies to a diet as well. Drop cookies for carrots. Carrots are cheaper too. 3. Pass on the soda. Water is the best thirst quencher in existence. Any craving for a sweet drink can be satisfied with fruit juice. A soda from time to time is fine as long as it’s in moderation. 4. Go green. This one came from my grandparents. Their doctor suggested they eat more leafy greens. They passed that wisdom onto me and I’m listening.
Contributed by Ashleigh Linse
Do you have small children? This might sound silly, but I have found that dancing to kids songs with full body motions has helped me to tale off the baby weight, and it is a fun way to play with your toddler! This video is one example of a fun, fast-paced children's song with easy choreography!
Contributed by Alicia Kimberly Hauskins