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Well that is very true Dan. I used to worry about my partner who wore headphones when cycling into work. Yes it was on cycle trails and the volume 'low' but I still felt it was risky somehow.
I'd never really thought of water as useful for healing wounds. So that's motivated me to drink more as I have a small wound to heal!
menopause is (I hope) a way off but you're not wrong, my days of eating what I want with no weight gain are definitely behind me. It has to be portion control now.
It's tricky when you're otherwise very slim but have a big belly. You think there's no need to slim down but actually all the damage is on the inside. Which makes it harder to motivate yourself to get rid of it!
no silk for vegans, then? I think I did know that the standard process kills the caterpillar. Perhaps I should be more worried about this.
Well I never knew there would be such a things as wild peace silk. Never did I think I would be unethical to purchase standard silk. My conscience is duly reprimanded.
Regular gym going really is the key. I signed up in my twenties and went sporadically according to how motivated I felt. Now as a more disciplined thirty-something I stick to a regular routine and the results pay off.
Well I made the nicest homemade chips this weekend and they just used a drizzle of oil. You have to bake the potatoes first too, so there's probably zero nutrients left in the potatoes by the time you eat them. But they were delicious so I don't care!
I would also say that whatever it is, don't block our your surroundings. I cycle on shared paths and runners who can't hear my 'excuse me' or 'hello' are a menace to both of us!
Those Aftershokz ones sound scary - conducting music through your bones?!! Shudder to think about it.
I make my own chips, although call them potato wedges. With just a spoonful of oil they're definitely healthy - and I defy anyone to tell me otherwise!
sweet potato wedges are the absolute food of the gods - although the best ones I've had were in New Zealand so not very accessible!
I would say the best thing I have ever bought are my Apple earbuds. No leads, no hassle, feel comfy, great sound - I would recommend them to anyone.
Dark chocolate and a coffee with cream is my evening treat. Not much sugar but feels very indulgent!
But some mueslis are very sugary too, so Weetabix with a banana is actually a better bet.
I think there are cereals and cereals. Cornflakes or those terrible breakfast bars do indeed leave me hungry again in an hour. Porridge or a muesli with fruit keep me happy all morning.
berries must be ok, they are in the picture!!! We have a patch of waste ground near us and the blackberries are really good this year. Fortunately they keep well in the fridge so I can ration them.
battle ropes are a load of fun once you've got the knack. And because they do take a bit of working out, not everyone uses them so there's never a queue.
I love my post-work, pre-dinner workouts and tend to have a banana and a couple of oatcakes and peanut butter just before 4pm which gives me enough energy to workout and last until dinner
I find the stair climber also works my stomach so it's another good one for all over body toning in my experience.
Hummus all the way for me, just add any veg and you have a quick healthy snack
If you can workout around 12pm, then eat at 1, that works very well I find
this is useful as we all try to juggle doing too much - and I just spotted the link to some office-friendly low-faff snacks. Inspiration!