World Gin Day may have come and gone earlier this month (13th June) but the summer weather is here to stay and gin is one of the favoured tipples of many to enjoy it. There are several gins out there as we know and its popularity is showing no sign of waning – especially pink gins. But there are several out of the market which can be full of artificial flavourings and colourings so it helps to seek those out which are the least tampered with and are as pure as possible.
These days more than ever, thorough cleaning of our homes has become paramount. We understand the importance of keeping our homes in tip-top condition to keep the Coronovirus spread at bay. And as the lockdown has forced us all into our homes with little else to do, many of us have been using the time to do a spring clean.
I swear International Day of Yoga 2020 could not have been better timed this year. In the face of this global pandemic, it’s never been more important to look after our physical and mental well-being. Weeks of lockdown have had us all turned to ways to keep our mood lifted and for many of us, yoga has been a saviour.
The sober movement has been gaining momentum for some time now and rightly so. We are becoming more and more conscious of our drinking habits and all too aware that we have relied on booze a little too much since we came of legal age of drinking. We have been conditioned to drink to celebrate, to commiserate, to relieve stress, or just because, well, we don’t even need an excuse.
With gyms closed and fitness classes cancelled, many people are choosing to use the government’s unlimited exercise time to spend exercising outdoors. Perhaps you have been walking, or cycling or even started to run or jog to mix things up. This is great in helping you stay active and healthy during the lockdown as well as get a good dose of vitamin D. But what happens to the body after your session? A number of things can happen to the body during and after running and it’s good to understand how it all works.