I am heading to Worthing for the long Easter weekend (with the Boyfriend in tow), so there won’t be any updates on The Office Diet until next Tuesday. I’ve also been blogging quite a bit elsewhere, and some of those articles may be of interest to you.
With that in mind, here’s some of my favourite diet, fitness and health related articles to keep you busy over the weekend:
Popular articles from The Office Diet’s archives
These are some of the most popular posts from the last few weeks on The Office Diet; if you missed them first time round, check them out now:
- How to find time to eat breakfast every day
Easy ways to make time for breakfast, however rushed your morning routine is.
- How to motivate yourself to exercise when you’ve lost enthusiasm
Tips on getting yourself back in the gym when you’d rather curl up on the sofa.
- Stop workplace boredom and stress from ruining your diet
This might be a good one to peruse if you’re dreading going back to work after Easter!
Articles by Ali posted elsewhere
You might find these slightly different in tone from other articles on The Office Diet, as I tailor my style to the blog I’m writing for. (If you run a diet, health or fitness related blog and would be interested in a guest post from me, do drop me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Start with your body: 7 life benefits from losing weight
This is a much more personal article than the ones I write here on The Office Diet, talking about the huge improvements I saw in my life as a result of losing weight when I was eighteen.
- Eight ways to beat chocolate cravings
My latest post on Diet Blog — just in time for Easter!
- I was an unfit kid too – activities for teens who hate exercise
Another post with a more personal slant, this one on Diet Blog again. A bit about me as I was a few years ago, and about how to encourage teens to exercise.
Have a wonderful Easter, and don’t worry about your diet for the next four days — enjoy yourself, enjoy your food, and check back in on Tuesday for the next post in the Healthy Mind series.