5 Health Shortcuts Every Girl Should Consider After 30

Peter Minkoff is one of my regular guest bloggers and you can always expect the best advice from his blogs. Check out his last one here. He’s a beauty and fashion writer for Shlur magazine living in London and occasionally in Brisbane. After graduating from Australian Institute of Creative Design, he worked as a stylist for few fashion events in UK and AUS. Beside beauty and fashion, he loves reading, making DIY cosmetics and traveling around tropical destinations. He plans to create a business for beauty and style advising. This week, Peter offers the health shortcuts every girl should consider after turning 30.

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Turning 30 may be a very scary experience, especially for girls who can’t deal with the inevitable process of ageing. However, you should know that it doesn’t have to be as frustrating as you probably thought. Stay with us and learn about five health shortcuts every girl should consider after 30. 

Actually stick to your New Year’s resolutions

Even though a lot of women tend to come up with lengthy lists of their New Year’s resolutions at the end of the year, the truth is that not many of them actually make those resolutions happen. It’s often very difficult to stay consistent and motivated throughout the year, but all you should do is to take one step at a time. Make sure to pay extra attention to your health resolutions, such as taking your workouts more seriously or eating healthier in the upcoming year. These have multiple benefits for your overall well-being; so, give your best to stay focused in order to succeed.

Take your workouts to a whole new level

Once you reach your 30s, it’s highly likely that you’re going to realise that your body is not as ready for intensive workouts as it was when you were in your 20s – and that’s completely fine! One thing you can always do is to get a personal trainer who’ll design a specific workout program meant just for your body. This way of working out is particularly effective since you’ll get a chance to do special exercises for getting in shape as soon as possible. Opt for a personal trainer and you won’t make a mistake! 

Switch to a healthier diet

Switching to a healthier diet doesn’t have to mean that you should completely give up on sweets and wine – just pay attention to the quantity you’re consuming. A piece of chocolate cake now and then won’t hurt anybody! However, you should definitely take care of your daily fruit and veggie intake – about nine servings of these a day is ideal, but you can start off with just five. They are rich in antioxidants, fibre, and vitamins, which are extremely helpful when it comes to reducing heart disease risk, as well as for keeping your weight in order. Getting enough sleep goes hand in hand with a healthy diet, so give your best to wake up bright and eat healthy every day!

Upgrade your spiritual self

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Upgrading your spiritual side is as important as perfecting your physical appearance – if not even more. Improving your mood and mental health is what you must do in order to live a happy and fulfilled life, and colour therapy is one of the ways to make that happen. Basically, that’s a type of holistic healing which uses colours to affect your mood. Each colour has its own frequency and vibration, which are the properties that can affect energy within our bodies. Green is known to bring relaxation and a peaceful state of mind if you’re feeling emotionally unbalanced, whereas blue can even result in lower blood pressure. Give colour therapy a try and you won’t regret it.

Massage as the key to long-term happiness

Every girl who’s in her 30s surely has a lot of experience when it comes to working hard and sitting for hours on a daily basis, staring at the monitor. Massage comes really handy in this case since it can relieve back pain caused by sitting. Like most women these days, Australian women also have to deal with lack of free time, which is exactly why they’re looking for some fast yet effective solutions. Did you know that home massages in Melbourne are the latest hit for a good reason? Flexible scheduling is where it’s at in Australia – you can book them for same day or in advance, whichever you prefer. Apart from that, you don’t have to worry about anything at all – certified practitioners will bring their oil, towels, and table so that you can enjoy an hour of bliss and peace!

As you can see, each one of these five health shortcuts can be truly beneficial for your overall well-being once you’re in your 30s. Don’t let anyone tell you that it’s a scary age, but stick to our tips instead and leave them speechless the next time they see you shining!

Peter is also an Editor In Chief on High Style Life. So go check that out too!

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