The holidays can get very boring, especially if your parents are working and you’re restricted to your house. Rather than sitting around watching YouTube and scrolling through Instagram, here is a list of things I do when I’ve got nothing to do:
This is something I haven’t yet talked about on my blog but have been meaning to for a while. Food wastage is costing families thousands of dollars a year and is costing the world’s economy nearly $1 trillion every year. While we may not be able to do a whole lot for the food wastage of other people, we can for ourselves. If enough people are actively trying to prevent food wastage, it can make big impacts on society.
Our week is often booked solid with extra-curricular activities and work so it can be difficult to make a healthy dinner. To ensure we have something healthy to eat every night we do this wonderful thing known as meal planning. We plan our meals accordingly, for example on nights when my mum is at school and I have work we plan a slow cooked meal, so we don’t have to think about it when we get home all tired and wanting nothing more than to eat.
Many diets and lifestyle changes, as I like to call them, are hard to stick with due to them cutting out certain foods and learning and taking time to cook. For a lot of people this makes it hard to maintain a healthy diet. A lot of people start a diet and assume that they will be able to stick with it and if they slip up they tend to beat themselves up over it. For me, it is about baby steps.
People often assume that the reason I don’t eat sugar and processed food is because I am on a diet and it is something I am partaking in short-term to lose weight. The definition of a diet (according to google) is “restrict oneself to small amounts or special kinds of food in order to lose weight.” Which, for me is a limited way of looking at what should a wholistic approach.
When I first started working out I had no idea where to start. I downloaded a couple of workout apps (and only used one of course), but my favourite one was called ‘Skimble.’ I did a couple of workouts every
Hi guys, my name is Kaylana Stoka and this is my blog. I am 14 years old and I am very interested in health and nutrition, which is what my blogs will be about. I haven’t eaten sugar since the very end of