Life is busy and it always seems like there aren’t enough hours in the day. With ‘to-do’ lists a mile long, we are barely keeping our heads, not to mention, our sanity above water. But, no matter how long that list is, there is almost always one item on the agenda missing...Time For Yourself!
It happens to the best of us--our minds always jumping to the next thing. It’s easy to feel drained and unmotivated. The constant hustle and grind take a toll and I think we can all agree that we deserve some time off.
Personally, I didn’t necessarily have time to block out of my schedule for this, so instead, I decided to incorporate a time of mindfulness into my everyday routine by doing something that keeps me motivated and is something I enjoy. For me, this was podcasts.
They’re a great way to optimize your time and get inspired. The best part? They make your workout and morning commute a whole lot more bearable. Not focusing on how many reps you have left or how slow the train is running. Podcasts are definitely the way to go. I for one love Health and Fitness podcasts. When I am training on the Pilates Pro Chair, I tune into my favorite podcasts and watch the time fly as I power through my workout. They keep you informed, entertained and inspired all while being built right into your routine.
From new medical breakthroughs to smart daily health habits, doctors, and researchers share their discoveries and answer questions about our health & medicine as they take the TED stage.
Need a push to get started on your fitness journey? Motivated is just for you. The 30-minute podcast discusses health & wellness tops keeping you mindful in an approachable and interesting way.
The all-in-one fitness podcast with news and advice on health, nutrition, and more. This 20-minute podcast is full of information about the latest fitness trends and news.
The one and only health and wellness guru, Jillian Michaels leads an entertaining, inspirational, and informative podcast to help you find health and happiness.
The short 10-minute episodes address the science behind the latest health trends from a licensed nutritionist and culinary school grad, Monica Reinagel.
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Many of us rely on coffee to be our morning pick-me-up to get started for the day. Our cup of joe gives us that caffeine that our body has been craving the moment we got out of bed. I don’t think the coffee trend is going to stop any time soon so we might as well take full advantage.