Day One. Here’s something to Think About, To Try, To Know and To Ask.

Something to think about…

SO if you haven’t got time to do this things you want, It could be because of how you spend your time.

According to Uswitch’s 2022 survey, it found that the average screen time among UK adults is now five hours per day in addition to any screen related work. (Which globally is reported to be 7 hours per day) This has increased by two hours a day in just 3 years.

The UK is also a TV bingeing nation. Almost half of UK adults spend 3-4 hours watching TV per day. This equates to 1,095 hours watching TV shows and films per year.

The 2022 screen time report further highlighted that UK adults spend up to

two hours a day on Facebook

one hour 30 mins on Instagram

one hour 25 mins on Youtube

one hour 15 mins on Tiktok.

This totals up to six hours of social media screen time alone per day.

And I get it, JANUARY is a dull month. But now it’s February. You made it. Put your phone down and get outside.

“You can’t give your life more time but you can give your time more life”

Something to try…

Doing some micro exercises like a minutes plank:

Short, intense bursts of exercise, like a minute-long plank, are an excellent way to improve your body’s resilience and ability to handle stress. These micro exercises known as isometric holds, trigger a healthy stress response, teaching your body to adapt and cope with life’s challenges. It’s also recently been sited as one of the best exercises you can do to lower blood pressure.

By doing this type of activities on a regular basis, you’ll not only build physical strength but also mental toughness.

So, take a minute each day to challenge your body with a plank, and watch as your resilience grows both inside and outside the gym.

Something to know…

You are what you eat, so don’t be fast, cheap, easy or fake

Something to ask yourself…

What went well for you in January that you can do more of in February?

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