April is by far one of my favourite months of the year, not only is it my Birthday month (yes, I celebrate my birthday for the whole month), but the weather is still warm and amazing, and I have my annual trip to Queensland!
Making up for lost time
I had a really good week of training this week so decided to have today off to relax and recover. I do my best not to have days off training as I always feel bad about it (especially seeing as I was too sick to train for the better part of this year so far), however, I think it was definitely needed. Sometimes I have to remind myself that resting is important too as it gives your body time to recover and ensures you don’t burn out.
Like most people, I have always found it hard to get going on a Monday, however, one thing that really helps me is planning out what I am going to do and achieve for the week of a Sunday night. It gets me excited for the week to come and also helps me keep my motivation for the rest of the week.
I absolutely love Christmas, I just think it’s absolutely the best time of the year! I feel like everyone is automatically in a better mood (is that just me?) and enjoying time with family and friends and everything else that comes with it.
As you guys already know, my name is Tara. I’ve lived in Australia my whole life but I travel whenever I get the chance. A number of you have started to join my blogging journey so I thought I would introduce myself a little bit more.
In early 2014 I stepped into the gym for the first time and, as much I would like to say I never looked back, I have definitely had my struggles. It hasn’t been until the last 2 years that I have been absolutely loving my training. My friends always seem to be asking me how they can find motivation to start going and how they should start off. So here are 10 tips to help you get started: