I’ve been in a relationship for some time now and for a stretch, our date night ideas were getting pretty stale. It’s easy to fall into the same routines. The routines can feel good, after all. It’s nice to share traditions with someone and do things together that you both enjoy on a regular basis. At the same time, after a while of doing the same thing week after week, it can be nice to try out some fresh date night ideas to keep things interesting. Yes, you may love getting that same meal at that same restaurant every Thursday night, but once in a while it’s also great to do something else. It gives you both something to experience together and something to talk about that you shared. Right, so enough of the mush. Here are my tried and tested date night ideas that Bree and I both loved, Read More
One Google search – or even walking past a health store in your local mall – will tell you right away that there are many fitness supplement types. Regardless of whether you’re into casual fitness or you’re into intense bodybuilding, they’re not all for you. One size does not fit all when it comes to these pills, powders and oils. If you’re looking for products to act as diet pills that will give your fat-burning workout a boost, then there are very specific fitness supplement types for you to consider. Have a look at the list I’ve compiled to find out which ones might be best for you and what you should be adding to your shipping basket the next time you make an online order.
I’ve told a lot of people about how much I think nutrition tracking is important and there seem to be two kinds of response. The first is interest and a willingness to ask questions or even give it a try. The second, the more common one, is to look doubtful and decide that it’s too much of a pain to do. I’ve tried to talk about how easy nutrition tracking is when you have the right app. I have a Fitbit, but I find using that app to track nutrition is about as much fun as a root canal. Fortunately, there are a lot of other apps that connect with the Fitbit app so I can keep my fitness and nutrition log all in one place. I’m currently using SparkPeople, but I’ve also successfully used MyFitnessPal.
I’ve been sticking to the same kind of nutrient-dense diet for quite some time, and it’s really working for me. Sure, I get the occasional junk food in there, and the holidays are always hard on me, but overall, I’m eating great. The funny thing is that a lot of people judge my meals as being boring. They assume I’m sacrificing a lot in what I’m eating so that I can reach my physical goals. Not true!