Things you can do for a healthy week


As we begin 2021, most of us are still sad and anxious about what happened last year. Everyone’s wondering what 2021 has in-store for us or just feeling like procrastinating and very lethargic about most things. Here are a couple of ways you can begin this new year on a healthy note. This will give you motivation for the weeks to come as well!


Walking can be a magical escape for some. Whether your an early riser or post-work kinda gal, taking a walk once a day is a must—you can even walk to your local grocery shop or tailor shop! But the point here being to get up, and move your body.


Skip the calories, not the nutrition

Feeding the mind, body and soul, isn’t just a saying… As a matter of a fact most of us just feed the belly and stop there. But this is a year for small but significant changes. If you’re trying to get your health in check and start eating right, you don’t have to do it all at once. Focus on each meal instead of calorie-counting your day’s total. Does that smoothie at breakfast or the brown rice really helping you feel lighter and better overall?

Don’t be a hoarder

Marie Kondo your life. Start with your desk. It could be any… a work/study desk, a side table or an old shelf. But start the “I don’t need this right now” pile and then at the end, donate/throw it all out. You’ll automatically feel lighter… Not to mention your living space area will already feel so much nicer.

Self-care everyday

Indulge in what most of the beauty and fashion influencers and build a ‘routine’. You have no idea how your skin and body will soon thank you. You can gua-sha your way to bed every night or face mask while Netflixing and eating a bowl of pasta—the options of “self-care” are endless. You just need to take the time out to do it!


Check-in with yourself

Be your own therapist/mentor and check-in with yourself weekly, if not daily. This helps you not overthink, over analyse and hold yourself healthy and accountable for your day-to-day tasks.

Shake it off

We all have our “off days”—whether it’s with a cheat meal, your daily meditation, your self-care routine or otherwise. But the trick is for it to never derail you off course. Stick to it, see it through and come out the other side healthy and victorious.

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