How To Balance School/Work With Fitness | Push Workout
- Apr 27, 2019
How to Balance Life, Work and Fitness, by Millie Mackintosh
On a Sunday, I’ll look at the week ahead in my diary and plan when I can slot my workouts in. I’ll message friends who I exercise with and see what they are up to, so when I book my sessions in with my trainer I can make it a duo session if anyone is around, which is fun.
I also like to have a warm bath with Epsom salts on rest days. You have to stay in the water for 20 minutes to get any benefit (Ed note: It can help to draw out toxins and relax your muscles). I throw a good mug-full of salts into the water and then either Dr Hauschka Rose Nurturing Bath Essence (£18) or Aromatherapy Associates (£45) and I’ll either read a book or prop an iPad up and watch an episode ofGirls.
When it comes to food, I like to be prepared if I know I’m going to be busy.So, for instance, today I made a healthy chicken and egg fried rice for lunch. Tomorrow I know I have back-to-back meetings, and I’m not sure what food I’ll be able to get, so I’ll take that with me in a Tupperware box with an avocado, some nuts and blueberries to snack on.
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