For some time now, our lives have been upside down, which means that we have been forced to adjust to certain living conditions which lead to stress. What is even worse is the fact that stress is a well-known trigger that leads to overeating. Of course, having to stay at home all the time does not help either. You wake up, eat, do something around the house or not and then before you can even realize it, you are enjoying another meal. You just can’t help it.
While living in the century of speed, slowing down was never an option. We always needed to do more and we had to complete all of these tasks yesterday. But, life has a way of showing us that none of these things matter anymore. More than that, the current pandemic has not only slowed us down, but it has offered us an amazing opportunity – to take some time and reflect on what is important. You’ll surely not argue that health is at the top of your priorities; and not only your own, but mostly, the health of your loved ones.
We live in a time when life as we knew it has changed. Completely. Dramatically. We don’t know what to expect from tomorrow or what we will be doing a week, months or years from now. We’re stuck. The good news? You are at home, with loved ones and can now get a chance to […]