While many of us remain isolated at home amid the Covid-19 outbreak, it can be difficult to maintain healthy habits. These tips, provided by NBC News, can get you back on track.
1. Schedule activities for yourself
Setting aside some time to meditate, practice a skill and enjoy a hobby can curb your boredom.
Perhaps, bullet journal like Lucie Fink?
2. Make it a point to exercise daily
While you may not be able to take a brisk walk around the neighbourhood in South Africa for the next 21 days, fitness apps can help you get some exercises done.
Home workouts à la Hannah Bronfman:
3. Make balanced meals a focus
Though ingredients may be limited, do your best to eat generous portions of produce with lean and healthy fats and carbs.
Wellness advocate Sophia Roe has set the example:
4. Meal prep
Having a clear idea of how you're going to use your groceries will eliminate any unhealthy deviations.
5. Don't be afraid to eat snacks and comfort food
In Moderation, snacks can provide a boost of nourishment throughout the day.
Maybe take some notes from fitness guru, Khethi?
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"I totally regret eating healthy today" said no-one ever ???? I was craving chocolate ?? and fruits came to the rescue. Its Friday, what have you started indulging on? FYI I'm having bubbles later ???? . . . #FreshFruitFriday #Fruits #NaturesSkittles #Gooseberry #BlackBerry #Strawberry #Cherries #NaturesCandy #FitBitSAb #KhethisKitchen
Compiled by Phelokazi Mbude
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