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Sabi Phagura

I am a freelance journalist and lifestyle blogger. I travel the world covering travel, destinations, hotel, spas and bar reviews and love fitness. This blog illustrates how you can lead a healthy lifestyle, travel the world and still have a life! I am also a qualified fitness instructor, Punjabi-Hindi interpreter and a champagne and rum enthusiast.

1800® TEQUILA CREATES PERFECT PLAYLIST FOR WORLD PALOMA DAY

Written by Sabi Phagura on . Posted in Lifestyle and Beauty

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Most of us are enjoying a drink or two on a Friday night sharing it with friends and family online through video calling. Well, this evening you can add a little Tequila twist to it to mark World Paloma Day. 1800® Tequila has created a perfect playlist to mark the occasion. Part of the 1800 Hour campaign, the premium tequila has released a playlist of the best music to sip Mexico’s most popular tequila cocktail for today as we kick start a 3-day weekend.

SIX TIPS TO LIFT YOUR MOOD DURING MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS WEEK

Written by Sabi Phagura on . Posted in Health

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It’s never been more important to look after your mental health right now. Everyone is talking about it. And you know what? I am so pleased they are. You see mental health has always been close to my heart. I have seen people around me including my family suffer from it for years. And it made me realise from a very young age that we needed to nurture our minds in the same way as we nurture our bodies. And if I am completely honest, that is the main reason I got into fitness as a child. It was to lift my mood and avoid having depression or similar in life. I saw how debilitating it can be.

Who Knew Picking Dog Poo Could Burn Calories!

Written by Sabi Phagura on . Posted in Fitness

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We all know that moving and staying fit is important in lockdown so it’s no wonder the word ‘exercise’ has been rankling even higher than usual on Google since quarantine. Not least because we need to stay physical, but also because it will do wonders for our mental health. But with gyms shut down, some outdoor areas closed off to the public, it can be hard to get a workout in. Add to that, and at-home gym equipment, virtually all sold out, and it’s hard not to dismiss the idea of keeping fit altogether. But keeping fit is not limited to equipment around the home. If you’re lucky enough to have a garden, it’s time to head outdoors.

Testing Out The Wild Side of Deodorant

Written by Sabi Phagura on . Posted in Lifestyle and Beauty

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I’ve always had a simple approach to life and prefer to like to peddle a natural way of living whether that is my food, exercise regime, taste in clothes or outlook in life. And of course, my beauty regime falls into that category too. The idea that we are all encouraged to exercise and eat well and then tempted by the beauty industry to slather ourselves with chemicals, parabens and silicones has never sat well with me. So, my beauty routine has been super simple – I barely use any lotions and positions. I try my best to use organic soap for my body and hair, use coconut oil as a moisturiser and pretty much go bare-faced to avoid makeover. As a result, I swear by having good skin.