1. ‘If you buy healthy food - you will eat healthy food’ If you can’t resist the junk food - stop buying it - this is the simplest way to avoid eating it. Full your fridge with healthy options such as chopped fruit and veg which are handy snacks for the whole family.
  2. Keep hydrated - keep up that good habit of drinking 2-3 litres of water a day you worked so hard on starting. If you find it hard to remember to drink water - make sure you have a big bottle handy that you can keep sipping from.
  3. Meditate - during this time it’s easy to feel anxious. Try meditating for 5minutes before going to bed each night for a restful nights sleep. There are loads of apps available which can help you learn how to switch off and relax if you are new to mediating.
  4. Do some form of exercise each day - whether it’s a 30minute walk or following your favourite workout class on Instagram. Keeping your body moving well help not only keep you healthy - but will help you destress and increase your energy levels.
  5. Speak to friends and family. Especially if you are living alone - it’s important to keep interacting with our loved ones during this time of social distancing. We are extremely lucky to live in an era where we can have video conversations and easily check in with loved ones.