The Writer’s Workout

Great article from Boy With A Hat! I started an exercise and clean eating plan almost 2 weeks ago and lost 5 pounds and 1.5 inches off my waist, in Spite of being a sedentary writer with a spinal disability. If I can do, so can you! No more processed foods. I learned about proper nutrition from reading Zero Belly Diet and it is a lifestyle change.

My body is a temple that will surely fall if I don’t give it the utmost care. Hugs! Go get ’em!

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woman running painting (c) Pablo Romero – Woman Runner Painting

As writers, we may be writing blog posts, articles, stories, schoolwork, research papers, or sales reports constantly, but that doesn’t mean we have to stay glued to our desks all day. Writing may be a sedentary activity that ties us to a desk most of the time, but at the same time it can offer us plenty of opportunities to be active, and often, even give us the rare benefit of a flexible schedule into which we can easily integrate exercising. In between writing sessions, as well as before and after them, we should make an effort to stay active.

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