Sometimes staring at a screen can be good for you, if you’re looking for inspiration on health, wellness and fitness in the right places. Here are five healthy living bloggers we’ve got bookmarked at Sagely HQ that we think you’ll love:
For the soon-to-be healthy mom:
Dana of With D inspires women to keep fit and healthy before, during and after pregnancy with her writing, workout tips and wholesome recipes. She focuses on empowering moms – both mentally and physically – for child birth and beyond through key exercise regimens, dietary advice and good old-fashioned girl power. We love her quick video workouts on Instagram and her Mummy Moments reflections on motherhood.
For the healthy foodie:
Eating well doesn’t have to mean sacrificing flavor and no one knows that better than dietitian nutritionist McKel Hill of Nutrition Stripped. She loves to share simple and delicious recipes, health tips and favorite finds to keep you feeling your best, inside and out. And she does it all in a beautiful, fresh format that we love to look at. Check out her post on “How to Improve Digestion in 5 Steps” and find her gorgeous cookbook here.
For the 60+ set:
Life starts after 60, if you ask us. And the team at Sixty + Me definitely agrees. Their mission is to empower and motivate women to find their own voice and value in a transitional time of life that offers so much new opportunity. They do it by writing on topics ranging from beauty and fitness to relationships, travel and retirement in a fun, engaging way. We loved this post on maintaining healthy joints and avoiding arthritis and this one on how just 12 minutes of daily yoga can have a major impact on your health.
For the tech junkie:
We get it, we can get sucked into a social media vortex as quickly as anyone, which is why we love Dr. Greg Kusnick’s blog, Techealthiest.com. He writes about the intersection of technology, health and happiness and explores how we can all be a little smarter about our social media consumption and how we allow it to impact our wellness. Bookmark this post on “How to Take a Healthy Selfie” and this one on “Mental Healthy Days.” We love those, too
For the girl who needs a little fun with her fitness:
We love Georgie from In It 4 the Long Run because her approach to healthy living is filled with real-life advice, encouragement and laughs. She is the first one to say that living your best life isn’t always easy but that it’s always worth it and she wants to help you on your journey. We lol’d more than once at her post on giving up regular exercise (yep, you read that right) and Insta-followed everyone on her healthy living feeds to follow post.