Last January I wrote this post featuring my New Year’s resolutions. There were goals focusing on achieving a better work/life balance, goals to drink more water and look after my skin better (I’ve achieved the latter, but still fail miserably at the water consumption) and as with all New Year’s resolutions, there were the goals to get fit, lose weight and eat more healthily.
One year on, I feel like I’m back in the same space I was last January! Don’t get me wrong I did get fitter in 2017 after training hard for a half marathon in October and have lost a substantial amount of weight (nearly 2 stone). But since the half marathon has been and gone I seem to have slipped back into my old ways and my weekly game of netball is not cutting the mustard on the fitness front!
Likewise my eating is all over the place. At the start of the year I was using my Nutribullet daily (it’s ingenious btw!) and felt healthier than ever, but slowly the unhealthy food crept back in and over the Christmas period I feel like I consumed my body weight in Chocolate Oranges!
To start my healthy eating on the right note this year, I have trawled the internet, done a lot of research and bought the following healthy eating cookbooks (all of which I can highly recommend) to help me on my merry way.
2 // The Detox Kitchen Bible, £20.29
3 // Hemsley & Hemsley – The Art of Eating Well, £16.98
6 // Everyday Super Food, £6.99
What are your New Year’s resolutions? Do you have a favourite healthy eating cookbook you’d like to share?