When was the last time you thanked your body?
While it’s true that we can’t change our genes, there’s evidence suggesting that we have more control over our fate than we previously believed.
The kinds of bodies advertised as perfect in magazines are often photoshopped, unrealistic and unachievable by the majority of the population.
Having that wine or chocolate bar, skipping that workout or sleeping in does not make you a bad person.
In Japan they call it shinrin-yoku, a government initiative to encourage city dwellers into nature. Mostly, we know it as getting outside.
Ashy Bines sells the dream of the perfect body and makes it sound easy. Just follow the programme, get the clothes, use the shampoo and take the supplements.
We all know the benefits of meditation, but what if we find it boring?
The problem with considering our food, and ourselves, as ‘good’ and ‘bad’