We’re always on the look out for inspiration and new ideas, to help us in both our professional and personal lives. Luckily for us, there’s a bit of a blurring of lines between On the Rivet and our home life, with fitness and food featuring heavily in both.
So, we thought we’d share with you some of the online resources we use for fitness and food inspiration. There are absolutely loads of them out there, but we’re just bringing you four of our favourites, for now.
The Body Coach
When we think of Instagram, The Body Coach is normally the first person that now springs to mind – because he has absolutely mastered it. If you are not already following him, do it. Why? Well firstly he’s a funny and likeable lad. And secondly, it is where you will find all of his 15-second videos of healthy and tasty meals that take just 15 minutes to make (#LeanIn15). Perfect for those mid week dinners where time can be a bit of an issue. Have a look at the two examples below to get a better idea of what it’s all about.
Fitness on toast
Sometimes you come across people who you can’t help but feel a little bit envious of. For us, Faya, the Swedish personal trainer behind Fitness on Toast, is one such person. Just cast an eye over her website and you’ll soon see why we feel this way. It’s actually one of Jim’s favourite blogs. He said he likes her healthy recipes and fitness posts. You sure there isn’t anything else you’d like to add Jim?
We’ve got a few friends, who through illness, decided to dramatically change their eating habits. Each and every one of them said it had an amazing effect on their well-being.
This is the case for Ella, who, what sounds like, became extremely ill and so decided to see if a change in her diet could be the answer to her health problems. It was. And now she wants to share her life changing experience with others, through her brilliant blog ‘Deliciously Ella’. In short, her blog is all about showing how easy and delicious healthy food is.
There are so many amazing recipes on there, you’ll be spoilt for choice. So have a hunt around and find yourself some that take your eye and stir your taste buds, and then give them a go!
Well & Good
Here’s one from the other side of the pond. You’d be surprised at just how many healthy trends originate from the U.S, and so we find this site particularly useful in helping us keep up to date with them all.
There’s so much content on there that you could easily lose a good few hours rummaging through it. So when you want to procrastinate, instead of scrolling through Facebook, load up this site and find yourself some healthy living inspiration – guilt free procrastination, if there is such a thing…
There you have it, a nice small manageable list for you to check out. Add them to your reading list and follow them in the social world, to get yourself a regular dose of healthy living inspiration.