Whether bride, groom or other, you want to be your best self on the big day! It’s no surprise that brides often feel a crazy amount of pressure to look good on their wedding day. Not only is there the worry of fitting into your perfect wedding dress, the pictures, videos, being the centre of attention for the day.
All you need is a simple, safe plan that you can actually stick to.
Jump StartThe earlier you decide on your workout plan and put it into effect, the better. Get in the habit of regular workouts. Three times a week for 45 minutes is more than enough to make significant changes. Monitor your progress and focus on all the good you’re doing for your body.
Adjust Your Eating HabitsThe sooner you begin to incorporate healthy habits; the sooner you’ll see results. Crash dieting and fasting can never allow you to look attractive. As tempting as they sound with their promises of big results in little time, they will leave you worse than they found you. There’s no better way to start your day than making time for breakfast. Schedule some healthy snacks, fruit, vegetables and nuts between breakfast and lunch, and again between lunch and dinner. Not only will you get a ton of fibre, vitamins and minerals, but you’ll also be less hungry between meals.
Get your Beauty SleepLack of sleep will only lead to tiredness and will make you hungrier during the day. Make sure you get at least 6 to 8 hours of sleep. Some beauty sleep with a proper diet and workout will tone your body perfectly without bulking it up.
Water Is the KeyFor a Healthy Body, Water Is a Must! When we take in the right amount of water for our body our muscles become more relaxed, which increases energy so water plays a vital role in keeping our body fit. Not even makeup can cover up dry skin, but water keeps the skin well hydrated and glistening, thereby, enhancing the complexion. So you’re not just aiming for staying fit but also for beautiful looking skin.
Be PositiveA lot of times women put so much pressure on themselves. Not every bride must be a size zero or two on her wedding day, you need to realistically evaluate what your ideal weight and body shape should be and if you’re capable of getting there in a healthy way. Aim for balance, be realistic and be kind to yourself. Focus on your specific goals with regards to your wedding day or dress, not size zero or two.