Hi guys! Seriously, how is it July already? Wasn’t it just May Long weekend like not that long ago? June has been really exciting because Matt and I spent the last half of it exploring southwestern British Columbia.
To be honest, I was a bit unsure about this trip. It was going to be our first Canadian vacation, our first road trip, and our first time trying Airbnb so I was a bit worried we would end up regretting at least one of those decisions. But as it turned out it’s been a lot of fun! This trip has also been a bit more relaxed then our previous trips so I’ve had some time to catch up on my book, write in my journal, and call my grandparents [basically all the things I forget to make time for during everyday life].
My goals for next month:
- Getting back on track with my eating habits. I was in vacation mode for most of June so I was a bit lazy with my meal prep and got a bit off track with my eating.
- Go for more walks. Matt and I used to do this all the time, but we haven’t really made walking a priority this summer.
Other things I’ve been loving…
- Trying a new recipe once a week. Last month, I mentioned that I’d picked up a copy of the Magnolia Table cookbook. I’ve made a point of trying one recipe a week from that book and so far both Matt and I have loved everything I’ve made.
- Matt and I just watched a Nexflix documentary called ‘The Magic Pill‘ which is about the keto diet and how fats and carbs affect our body. If you are interested in trying the Keto diet, I would definitely recommend checking this one out.
- A friend of mine recently shared an article with me called ‘The Last Conversation You’ll Need To Have About Eating Right’. It’s a bit of a long read, but it answers every nutrition question you can think of.
- And obviously I’ve been loving being on holidays!
What I’m looking forward to next month…
- Going to Jasper! We are planning to spend a day hiking with some friends this month.
- Getting back into a routine. As much as I love travelling, I also love living a healthy life. I can’t wait to get back into working out regularly and sticking to a meal plan.
One thing I am grateful for…
- That the company I work for lets me take off two weeks without any coverage in the middle of our busy season. I really do love my day job.