Healthy eating at work

Theoretically, we know how to eat healthy: lots of fruits and vegetables, little meat, few sweets and little alcohol. But in everyday life, we rarely put this into practice.

In many professions, regular meals are the exception. Many offices have no canteen or kitchen. Nevertheless, you can plan regular meals. Here are some ideas to put into practice:

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Born to move

Sitting is the new smoking, they say—but when your job involves sitting behind a desk in front of a screen, what are you supposed to do?

Most people have disconnected their mind and body. We work in jobs that do not require our bodies, simply sitting at desks clicking mouse buttons and tapping on keyboards. The relationship between our bodies and our movement is forgotten. We only notice our bodies when "something goes wrong" with it.

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Nurture yourself this spring with primary foods

Just look at Mother Nature and imitate her to have more balance and vitality.

Far too many of us create stress, self-criticism and self-sabotage due to weight gain during the winter, which creates shame, guilt and inner pressure. Even if you follow a diet or make changes, your action comes from a place that doesn't love itself, these changes don't last, and you create more stress, not less. Don't fall into one of these self-sabotaging traps and take care of yourself with the following tips.

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Treat allergy symptoms naturally

What makes spring so beautiful for many people leads to suffering for those with seasonal allergy symptoms. Natural allergy treatments can be as effective and, in many cases, more effective than allergy medications.

Antihistamines are substances that block histamine activity in the body. Histamine is a protein that triggers allergy symptoms, such as sneezing, tingling eyes and itchy throat.

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How to reduce stress

Life can be intense, and with an active life usually comes stress. Stress. It makes your heart beat and your breathing speeds up.

Since it is our perception of events that causes stress, check your thoughts to see if you are interpreting situations correctly or if your personal speech increases your stress level.

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Weight loss and self-image

We live in a time when we are overwhelmed by conflicting messages from the media and a long list of experts telling us that we should feel good if we eat a certain way, exercise enough or control ourselves.

We don't know what to think anymore. In addition, we are often told that if we do not have the ideal weight, if we do not follow a perfect diet and if we do not have unlimited energy and health, then we are doing something wrong.

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Give yourself permission

You are extraordinary. Expressing your "self" is your birthright. You have been trained all your life to adapt to what society wants you to be. If you are like all other living women, you have nevertheless achieved all the wonderful things you have in life. And now, give yourself permission to be even more than you dared before. No one else can offer the world what you can. You have your own flavor, texture, color, voice, belief and abilities. How you fully enter into the fullness of who you are is entirely relational, insofar as you will enjoy your life. Give yourself permission to release everything you are: love a little deeper, breathe more deeply, speak nicely about what you have retained in you so far. This includes the creation of strong "no" and "yes" statements. Give yourself permission to create boundaries to support the expression of all that you are.

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