Workout what you want then workout for it! 👊
Everyone has an end goal, but getting there is the hard part.
➡️If you want to lose weight, make 10% of that total weight loss your first goal.
➡️However many pounds this is, aim for 1lb a week (anymore is a bonus!)
➡️Think about how you can do this, do you need to join a gym or can you do home workouts, maybe go for a walk on your lunch or join a sports team or do Park Runs!
➡️I make weekly goals to focus on and try and forget about how far I still have to go
➡️Try and be proud of yourself every time you have a good day and don’t beat yourself up for a bad day - we all have them!
➡️Be proud of yourself every step of the way!
What’s everyone doing this weekend? Who had a great workout today or this week?! What would be your tips for people starting their fitness journey?
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It’s finally summer in the UK (even if it’s just for this week!) what’s everyone got planned for the amazing weekend ahead?!
Happy Friday everyone! 💪😘
One of the most courageous and dangerous acts of suffrage militancy was hunger striking. Many suffragettes who were imprisoned went on hunger strike, to protest their incarceration as criminals rather than political prisoners. Forcible feeding was common practice in prison. Women’s bodies were a site of control, with women struggling to maintain physical autonomy in the face of force feeding, a brutal and damaging violation by the state. This violent abuse of women’s bodies led the WSPU to award bravery medals to suffragettes who went on hunger strike. Medals were inscribed with brief statements, ‘for valour’, ‘fed by force’ and ‘hunger striker’, sometimes with arrest dates, and some with multiple silver bars to denote multiple strikes.
The design of April’s patch is purposefully stark, featuring an abstracted force feeding funnel and pipe alongside the rallying cry to Strike!
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A very beautiful contribution by Cas Holmes to Out of the Wood project raising awareness and funds for homeless women living in their cars This community arts project is #wednesdaymakersgroup @timelesstextiles every Wednesday 10.30 to 12.30 come and join in or we can send you a kit @casholmestextiles @empress.wu.designs #hellonewyeast#iwd#homelessness#fibreart photo by @livecreativlee
Meet our amazing superhero! She doesn’t have a name, that’s for you and your kids to decide. But she does have a brave, caring and determined outlook on life. Only yesterday she used her superpowers to save a school from a ferocious fire…obviously after having conducted a full risk assessment first! 🙄
We love a strong woman here at Magical Story Jars. How do you teach your kids they are equal irrespective of their gender and how can we help you to do this? 💙🌟🏅 #MagicalStoryJars