I’m not sure whether the title is fully conveying how much I love walking. It’s so good; don’t you love it?
For some reason walking gets this totally bad rap amongst fitness nerds – which I feel in turn will put people off exercising all together.
The past few weeks I’ve been upping my usual walks to about 10,000 steps a day; most days I’m smashing it. Go me! Plus 10,000 is such a big number.
I’ve also been attempting to fit a big hill walk in at least once a week; because to be 100% honest I just cannot commit to a gym. Commitment-phobe! Has anyone got any good Adelaide walks? I’d love to hear them.
Oh to measure my steps I’ve been using this awesome free app called moves (this isn’t sponsored), you should download it because I’m sure they will start charging soon – it’s just so good.
This particular post is aimed at your nether regions. A bit lower. Yeah there. The thigh gap, feature of every girl-sunbathing-on-beach-photo ever. Apparently it’s the new toned upper arm. I have no proof of this.
Actually that’s my own personal nemesis.
I’m going to admit that I worry about the thigh gap far more than normal. But it seems that the level of normal is higher than I first thought; so I thought it was apt for me to share other things that I worry about on par with the thigh gap. Thus helping me feel better and you! Because they are all teeny tiny worries; for example, please note that ‘the current asylum seeker laws’ is not on the list and neither is ‘Marriage Equality; both of which are real issues, worth spending some time on.
The teeny-tiny-worries list:
Are all my friends hanging out without me?
Should it be this uncomfortable to watch any period related ad with Nick?
Why is my dog so judgmental?
How can you get skinnier knees?
How much cake is too much?
There, it’s like group therapy, but free. What are your tiny worries?
This song always helps:
I talk about diets in this post; too much stress when you could go shopping instead.
Part 2 of Blood Orange Love is coming up super-duper soon. As well as a very special post.
In my regular job I sell a lot of diet books. Whilst I respect the freedom to buy and read whatever you want, I also beg you to put down that darn book. I love you therefore you should totally … Continue reading →