Before you master the art of planning, getting up at 5 am, journaling daily, and learning to batch cook 30 meals – you need a starting point. That is where this lazy guide is going to help.
The laziest and most straightforward way to improve how you look and feel. One of the lowest effort elevations you can make to your lifestyle, and a firm 1st place in the lazy guide.
If you are one of the many who find water a bit too boring, then make it fun.
Invest in a water bottle that has an insert for sliced fruit. Make your water each morning when you wake up and are waiting for your coffee to finish brewing.
Still not a fan? Try homemade iced tea, but skip the sugar!
Is a banana as enjoyable as a small bag of chips or some chocolate? Not usually, but one of them will nourish you much more. Snack swapping is simple, and lazy too.
A school of thought that suggests you should still have a small piece of what you want but instead of having the amount you usually would – have a small piece and switch to a healthier option.
This way, you are never restricting yourself; you are just improving your habits – in a relaxed manner.
Tight jaw, tense shoulders, aches, and pains in your back?
You might be holding on to a lot of tension. The tension can give you migraines, toothache, stiff joints, and even contribute to insufficient sleep.
Getting rid of that tension will help you get a better night’s sleep – allowing you to laze a little longer without feeling it in your lower back.
The best way to release tension, unknot muscles, and even gain some mental clarity is a session at Pure Living Yoga. You’ll gently stretch and bend in all the best ways for your body. Blissful.
Do you have a healthy balanced diet? Is it filled with fish, good fats, lots of vegetables and fruit?
If the answer is no, then it is time to invest in a supplement. You can simply add something to your morning routine.
Several recommended supplements can make a massive difference to how you feel. But remember, if you have health issues, it is essential you talk to your doctor first.
Here are a few to consider:
- Vitamin C
- Fish oil, or vegan fish oil alternative
You will begin to notice a difference after a few weeks of taking them.
Your skin shows how well you have been taking care of yourself or how much you haven’t. But there are a few quick ways that you can make a significant impact on your skin with relatively little effort.
Exfoliate. You can make one at home using salt and olive oil or coconut oil. Gently buff away all the dead skin, and you will immediately see a difference.
For your facial skin, you’re going to need a few minutes and some honey and lemon. Mix a tablespoon of lemon juice and a tablespoon of honey.
They will form a paste, and you will put that thin layer over your face. Leave for about 10 minutes and rinse off with cool water.
If you don’t love homemade treatments, invest in a rosewater spray. Rosewater wakes up your skin and leaves it soft and glowing in just a few minutes.
Even lazy people need to move. If you aren’t moving enough, you will feel sluggish, lack energy, and your circulation won’t be as good as it could be either.
So how do lazy people get fit? They head to a facility like Future Fitness Training and get a personal trainer to motivate them through the sessions.
Even a single session a week will have a considerable impact on how you feel, and moving your body floods you with feel-good hormones. Feeling great might only take a 30-minute HIIT session.
Not ready for a personal trainer? Start dancing around your kitchen or living room. Crank up the tunes and dance it out for at least 30 minutes. Dancing to music is so much fun it doesn’t even feel like exercise.
Oh! Yes. The perfect way to make sure that you get up feeling great is to make sure that you are getting a good night’s sleep.
Use chamomile tea, the Calm app, and switch off those electrics to get the best rest possible.
The perfect end to the lazy guide to feeling great? You should be sure that you are taking naps during the day when you are tired too.
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