Everything is moving so quickly in this day and age, whether it be with pop culture, technology, or even just how we operate in our day to day lives. What never seems to change though is that dreaded New Year’s Resolution.
I’m talking about the BIG ONE:
Whichever way you want to spin it; eat better, get more sleep, lose weight, take time for yourself, or workout more… it’s always in the same wheelhouse. Considering we’re almost to the middle of the year and, if you’re like me (and have already given up on your New Year’s Resolution…oops), guess what? There’s STILL hope!
There’s a lot more to being healthier than just eating right and working out like a mad-person. There are people out there just like you and me who are here to help. Who are they?
Now, I know what you’re thinking. “What does some stranger on the internet know about my health?” In this day and age there are so many fun and engaging outlets for all kinds of health. So, even if you aren’t looking for a workout plan and just something to help your emotional well-being or just looking for a few new recipes to try, there’s a blog out there that caters to you.
Time Goes By: For 65+
In honor of “National Senior Health and Fitness” day, our first contender is “Time Goes By”. This blog covers everything, including: health, ageism, technology, Medicare, grief, mortality, and even entertainment as it relates to aging and the changes that come with it. “Time Goes By” also has a simple layout which makes articles easier to find and an easy-to-read font for our not-so-tech-savvy seniors.
Evidence in Motion: For Those Who Want a Professional Opinion
From discussions on treatments and healthcare education to personal growth and understanding, this blog has it all! “Evidence in Motion” is a blog dedicated to healthcare and giving a professional perspective on the subject along with insightful posts here and there about everything from mental health to personal understanding. To top it all off, they have a podcast series just in case you happen to be a better listener than reader. So sit back, relax, and explore “Evidence in Motion.”
The Full Helping: For Nutrition
With a certified nutritionist running her own blog, what’s not to like?! “The Full Helping” is loaded with great recipes for those looking to try a Meatless Monday or transforming their diet entirely to plant based proteins. For the person who isn’t that adventurous when it comes to food, there are weekly readings about mindfulness and exploring self-care unrelated to food. Whether you’re diving into the culinary art of better, healthier living, or just taking some time to center yourself, you can’t go wrong with “The Full Helping.”
Fit Bottomed Girls: For Women
This blog is the end-all be-all for women’s health. It has everything you could ever dream of from basic health tips, tips for fit mamas, nutrition tips, and tips on how to take care of your mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being. In addition to all these killer categories, there are podcasts galore from the lovely ladies who run “Fit Bottomed Girls.” This is the perfect blog for the working woman, the new mommy, adventurous foodie or the mindful gal.
Men’s Health: For Men
“Men’s Health” is a household name and for good reason. “Men’s Health” is, by far, one of the most interesting and engaging health blogs out there so it’s no wonder it made the list! “Men’s Health” is the one stop shop for everything you could possibly imagine. With riveting articles about everything you could possibly want to know, “Men’s Health” hits the nail on the head. Whatever question you happen to have about fitness or nutrition, “Men’s Health” has the answer. On top of all the health goodies it has in store for you, if you need an article or two to unwind with at the end of the day, “Men’s Health” can provide that too!
Pick The Brain: For Self Improvement
Finally, if you’re usually feeling more philosophical than most, “Pick The Brain” is the blog for you! “Pick The Brain” is dedicated to self improvement, productivity, motivation, and education about the self. We should be constantly learning (yes, even after school is out) whether it be new hobbies or ideas or even learning more about ourselves. “Pick The Brain” will have you motivated not only about the things going on in your life but the new adventures you will start after some self-reflection and thought.