Here we are lovelies, Another New Year, Another Resolution list.
I actually really like making resolutions, keeping them on the other hand, well that’s the hard part.
- Being Healthier
– Drinking More Water
– Eating a more balanced diet
– Exercise more
- Being more Blog Proactive
– Making Blog Goals
– Updating more
– Being more active in the blogging community
- Take school more seriously
– Study more
– Devote more time out of school to school
– Join a club
- Do more ‘Fun’ things
– Try new places
– Explore my new state
– Watch more movies
- Read more books
– Read at least 18 books
– Step outside the ‘Reading’ box
- Exercise your creativity
– Keep a Book and Bullet journal
– Explore photography
– Try new Creative outlets
- Spend more time with Tesla and Mordechai
- Don’t be aftraid to fail!
What are your Resolutions for this year?
I’ve been lazy everyone. Not just in a ‘Oh I will do it tomorrow’ kind of lazy but in a ‘Never gonna do it’ kind of lazy. Why? Well Motivation is a big factor, also it’s hot, I work full time and go to school, plus it just takes way too much time for me to do anything. Honestly those are just excuses I keep using and I really need to stop.
I found a way to get some fitness in while still maintaining all of my work. I’ve sort of stumbled upon Downward Dog app. Honest I thought it had to do with real dog before I realized it was a Yoga position (I am just a little slow). I decided to try it out even if it wasn’t about actual dogs or have any pictures of puppies or anything. I am so glad I did too because I really like it. It was super easy to sign up and although you have to be a member ($2.99 a month) to access most of the features, it is worth a try especially if your a beginner.
I became a member and I was able to set the pace I want, change the difficulty and control the music. Can I just say that I was surprised which the music selection, they have accoustic when your in a soothing mood, or some beats to get your blood pumping. Another reason I paid to be a member was so I could control the length of times, which is anywhere from 10 minutes to 90 minutes depending on your difficulty.
The Yogi Adrienne Kimberley has a very soothing voice and is very clear with her instruction on each position, if you have trouble following along with verbal instructions the screen will show the positions. I do Yoga before I shower at night as it is very relaxing to my body and helps me sleep.
I recommend this app to anyone who likes their fitness with mobility.
Have any favorite fitness apps?