Gut health sounds like quite a complex topic, but the more I learn about it the more I care about the shape my gut is in!
A while ago I attended a course about the art of ageing and my biggest takeout from it was that if you want to live longer and have a better quality of life – you’ve got to take care of your gut!
Your gut is said to be your second brain. If your gut is in good shape, you will feel good on the inside. When we have a daily health struggle like bloating or lethargy we actually forget what feeling good is like! And as we get older, we think, well, I’ve now hit a certain age so I’m supposed to feel this way! Well, I’ve come to learn that a lot of these struggles have to do with our gut.
Reflecting on the year that was, I realised the one thing I was most consistent with – my workouts!
I really do miss the gym and I can’t believe it’s almost a year since I last entered the gym doors. I’ve actually made the sad decision to cancel my membership as I doubt I will be heading there any time soon.
Since the start of lockdown I’ve been working out at home and have enjoyed so many free online workout resources. To be honest, I’m really enjoying it and have never felt better about my fitness level.
With a 9pm curfew put in place, there’s no better place to spend New Years Eve than in the comfort of our homes.
2020 has been an incredibly tough year for all of us and after the request from the President, we will definitely be lighting a candle in our home at midnight, in honour of those we have lost along the way.
We would also like to mark the new year with some form of celebration with the kids, as it has indeed been a year of note.
I thought I’d share some ideas we are considering to do at home with the kids this New Years Eve.