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7 Things To Do This Weekend



1~ Go for a Walk or a Run: This is healthy and will help anneal the bones and cartilages.

2~ Cycling: the adventure of riding on or off-road, is a refueller your muscle and bones need to be strong and healthy.

3~ Volunteer for Community Services: An hour sanitation of your street in a group, will surely lift your spirit of oneness.

4~ Go Dancing: Yes! I recently made this part of my exercise routine and weekend groove, its body, and soul-refreshing.

5~ Go Mountaineering or Hiking: if you reside in a mountainous or hilly area, climbing the mountain is a good way to have pleasure.

6~ For Plant lovers_ Tend your Garden: With the ease of getting indoor bags for growing gardens! you can nurture and enjoy the beautiful green company of life.

7~ Family moments: Spend more time interacting with your kids, wife, husband; play games, cooking competitions, write poems, and be sure to create indelible memories.

So, who is ready to join me at doing no 4, this weekend.

#health #wellnesscoaching #healthyliving #weekendvibes #befab #feelgood #fitness 

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