So eloquently put and absolutely spot on
Unless you’ve been asleep for the first two weeks of the new year – and I wouldn’t blame you for going into hibernation – you will have found it well nigh impossible to avoid some kind of ‘New Year, New You’ patter. Most of it will have involved eating vegetables and renewing, or considering, a gym membership; even if you managed to dodge the endless magazine articles and blog posts about detoxes and diets, you probably have at least three friends who have signed up to some sort of fun run or charity event and are posting smug updates every ten minutes about their training.
But that’s okay. There’s no harm in a resolution to be healthier. It’s just that, for the most part, people don’t seem to have any concept about what healthy actually means. To most people,what it really seems to mean has nothing to do with…
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