Gym is not a certificate of your fitness

Gym is not a certificate of your fitness

Don't Be Ashamed

Many people are too terrified to go to the gym because they are afraid of being judged by other people, but the reality most of the time is that nobody really cares.

If you are able to push yourself to get past through the discomfort for a couple of sessions then soon after you'll be changing your perspective of the gym.

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Do what you love – and take it easy: eight ways to get back lost fitness and motivation

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Don't Be Ashamed

Many people are too terrified to go to the gym because they're afraid of being judged by other people, but the reality most of the time is that nobody really cares.

If you're able to push yourself to get past through the discomfort for a couple of sessions then soon after you'll be changing your perspective of the gym.

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Do what you love – and take it easy: how to get back lost fitness and motivation

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Working from bed

We know that we're not supposed to have devices in the bedroom and that a good posture is easier at a desk. Yet, up to 40% of people who work from home during lockdown have worked from their bed at some point.

The practice may spark creativity and productivity. Samual Johnson, Florence Nightingale and William Wordsworth all worked from bed. Contemporary writers do too. And if you want to work from bed, there are some things to note.

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Why you shouldn’t work from bed (and a guide to doing it anyway)

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Coping with  disappointment

Pretend that you got out of bed one morning feeling disappointed, and you don't know why.

The first thing to do is facing that negative feeling and not suppressing it. While it may feel uncomfortable for a day, suppressing your emotions will take much longer to overcome.

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Good grief: how to get over a bone-crushing disappointment

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