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    Posted: January 30, 2019 Posted: January 30, 2019
    The Aussie Girls' Guide to Healthy Lifestyle

    By FFD Guest Writer Scarlet.

    No matter whether you’re a girl who leads a busy lifestyle and has to run around town, or if you are glued to your desk from morning till midnight, staying healthy and keeping your body in peak physical form is a must.

    Aussie girls know that having regular physical activity, balanced diet and enough rest are amongst the essential components of a healthy daily routine which leads to a healthier lifestyle. This may sound like a feat that requires a lot of time and effort, but we assure you - it’s not. The key to this is careful planning and determination. So, in order to get you on the right track, we have prepared a couple of easy-to-follow steps just for you. Let’s take a look.

    Exercise regularly

    The first and probably most vital component of any Aussie girl’s healthy lifestyle is definitely regular exercise and physical activity. If you lead a hectic life, you probably tend to eat a lot of high-calorie fast food which is not good for you and can cause a lot of excess fat to build up in your body, especially when you are not physically active. Therefore, you should start incorporating activities like walking, running, and swimming into your weekly schedule. These activities engage all your muscle groups and are great for burning those excess calories. Additionally, there are also exercises which you can perform anywhere at any time without the need to go to a gym.

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    We have already mentioned how some busy Aussie girls are compelled to eat fast food because of their hectic lifestyle. However, in order to stay focused, have more energy and reduce the general feeling of fatigue, we recommend opting for a balanced diet. More importantly, a healthy diet doesn’t only mean eating more fruits and vegetables. Instead, it represents carefully balancing the intake of carbs, protein, iron and vital nutrients. And, in order to beat the excruciating need for buying junk food, we recommend preparing healthy light snacks and meals during the evening so you can take them to work and enjoy them during your break the next day.

    Get rid of accumulated stress

    According to psychiatrists and doctors, stress is the silent killer. Unfortunately, it is an inescapable part of our everyday life, both at home and at work. Luckily, there are numerous steps which you can take to prevent stress instead of dealing with it when it’s already too late. The first step is to identify all the situations that stress you out and make a note of your reactions. Then, it is vital to plan some healthy stress-fighting activities, such as yoga or meditation, which will help you calm down and find peace of mind. Lastly, make sure to look at some other great ways to alleviate stress at work and lead a more productive and fulfilled life.

    Bring more fun to your life

    In the end, it’s important to occasionally blow off steam and have fun in life. So, don’t forget about your friends and people who care about you and make sure to give them a call and organize an exciting get-together. Or, if you are a girl who enjoys sports you can always call up your friends and plan a weekend volleyball game. Finally, if you don’t like noisy clubs and staying out late, you can always organize a fun board game night.

    As we can see, Aussie girls always find the perfect way to rearrange their hectic lifestyle and turn it into a healthy and more joyful one. All it takes is creating a plan that will incorporate regular exercise, a balanced diet, reducing stress levels and having fun.

    Scarlet is a passionate writer and regular contributor at highstylife.com interested in fashion, lifestyle, and health. She loves traveling, you could say that she is a real travel addict, especially when she has a chance to visit some exotic destinations. She would tell you that inspiration can be found in the most unexpected places.

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