Our new normal changes daily.
We have to be positive and live in the moment – not looking further ahead than tomorrow, creating our new normal with at least one planned activity a day to look forward to – apart from your one daily walk/exercise outdoors.
You could make time to:
Phone or video chat to someone living on their own.
Make a cake – however bad.
Try an online fitness class.
Have a dance in the kitchen
or just do a meditation.
It gives a purpose and structure to the day.and helps your mental wellness.
Stay safe and well
The pics are Nesse left and top right,
and bottom right- me
Nesse is a brilliant pilates and barre teacher.
I am 65 and try to keep myself fit and healthy.
In life before Covid19 I spoke on radio, TV and in schools and organisations on mental wellness, social media, positive body image, first impressions and healthy eating (I have a nutrition diploma) health, beauty, lifechange and personal image and style. (I was a celebrity stylist for A list stars for 30 years) .
Nesse and I are going to be chatting together at 10am tomorrow –
and answering your questions on any subjects you ask us:
From menopause to men,
Healthy diet or current lifestyle dilemmas
pilates to positivity.
… and more.. .
before Nesse and I host a Zoom fun Pilates class the following Monday for anyone who is age 50 plus and would still like to keep fit. .
Look forward to 10am tomorrow.
A date for your diaries.
Method: place beef short ribs in slow- cooker over night or for a minimum of 6 hours. Add chopped shallots or onions, garlic, chopped carrots, turmeric, splash ketchup, water (and vegetable or beef stock cube if you wish) and red wine.Towards end of cooking add some chopped mushrooms. The meat should be tender and falling off the bone.
I sprinkled some chopped parsley to serve.and a side of cabbage.