After a prolonged stint of working from home in the name of a global pandemic, most of us seem to be heading back to the office, workplaces or on-campus study.
Changes in your routine can bring about changes to your lifestyle - everything from what you eat and how you exercise to your stress, mental health and mood. Creating a new routine can be challenging; there is no doubt about it, which is why we have provided you with a few simple tricks on how you can continue to prfioritise your health and wellbeing within the constraints of your new routine.
1. When is the challenge running? The KOJA Kickstart Challenge commences on Monday February 1st and ends on Wednesday February 10th 2021. 2. What is the challenge all about? The KOJA Kickstart Challenge is a 10 day health challenge designed to encourage you to implement realistic and maintainable healthy habits into your...
Raise your hand if you've set yourself a New Years Resolution! Well, it turns out you are alongside the other 80% (give or take) of Australians that have also committed to a 2021 pledge. Chances are you've thought to yourself - what do I need more of, and what do I...
Holiday season and Christmas festivities are well upon us, and with the big day fast approaching (where has this year gone?) it’s so easy to become consumed by the copious amounts of delicious food and drinks on offer. For some, this in an incredibly exciting time, however for others, the endless and overwhelming supply of food can be stress-inducing and bring about feelings of anxiety.
Regardless of how you feel around this time of year, being a little more mindful and intuitive around your food choices is probably something we could all do better at. Plus, it’s a great tool to help us feel more in control and at peace with what we do and don’t decide to eat.
To help you do so, we have created our top 5 tips on how you can practise being more mindful around food. But before we get into that, let’s take a step back to learn more about what mindful eating is and why as a relatively new approach to eating it gains so much positive attention.