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How Can You Help Others With Your Love of Health?

When you enjoy living a healthy life, you reap plenty of rewards from your choices. Better hair and skin, strong bones, a toned physique, improved mood and more energy to name just a few. But have you ever thought of how your passion and knowledge could help others? Some health lovers can be guilty of forcing their views and ideals onto friends and family, which isn’t fair when everyone is entitled to live in their own way. Instead, work on connecting with those who genuinely want your help and advice- here’s how you can go about it. 
Start a blog
Blogging makes a fantastic hobby, and is a way that you can share your knowledge on health topics as well as learn more yourself. When you’re researching topics for articles you’ll constantly be taking in new knowledge, and what you share on your site could genuinely help others. Blogging can become a career option if you stick with it, lots of people who started as a hobby now work full time on their site earning a very respectable living. Some have earned a fortune!
Start a Youtube channel
If you’re charismatic, why not use this to your advantage and start a Youtube channel? This is a great way to share your ideas, if you’re not much of a writer then something like this would suit you much better. You could chat about all different kinds of topics from nutrition to exercise to wellness tips such as meditation and improving sleep. Or you could focus in on one topic, and make your channel about this. You could sit and chat to the camera, you could create your own workout videos, you could record cooking and healthy recipe videos. There are so many different directions that you could go in. As with blogging, there’s big money to be made here if things progress well. As well as helping others, you could make a great living. 
Become a personal trainer
If you love being active, enjoy exercise and would like to help others to reach their goals- why not train to become a personal trainer? If you’ve ever wondered how to become a personal trainer, it involves a mixture of training and study. You even have the option of flexible distance learning, so it’s something you could do around a full time job until you were qualified. And of course, as well as training others you get to keep fit yourself too!
Become a nutritionist
If your interest in health is mainly centred around food and nutrition then you could pursue your passion by becoming a nutritionist. Again, you can go to a college or university or study an accredited course online. You get to educate people to make better food choices, and in the cases of very obese patients, working with them could literally save their lives. 
Any kind of role within the health industry where you can help others is always going to be very rewarding. Which direction would you like to go in with it?
Since winters often doesn't bring the most friendly of temperatures and conditions with it, it's a time of year when a lot of people opt for staying indoors if they don't have to go outside in the cold. However, if you're not careful then this can lead to rather unhealthy habits such as not being as active as you would be during the summer and also not eating the best kind of foods and opting instead for fast foods and takeaways.
In this post, we want to share with you some helpful tips to ensure that you can stay active during the winter so you don't pick up on these unhealthy habits and have to start all over again in the spring time.
Go to the gym:
Even if you're not a regular gym goer, the winter can be the perfect time to start. With so many different workout options available at the gym, it's a great place for testing out what really works for you and what you enjoy. It's not necessary to go to the gym every day, but even if you start off with one or two days per week and alternate with other forms of fitness and sports, then you'll feel a lot better during the winter than if you just stayed at home the entire time.
Take a class:
Classes such as yoga, Zumba, or even water aerobics can be a good way to boost your fitness and have fun as an alternative to going to the gym. Most towns and cities now offer a wide range of classes for people to try out, and they're the perfect way to stay fit during the winter since they're indoors for the most part, so not only do you avoid having to be outside, but you'll boost your health and fitness levels overall throughout the winter.
Go for a walk each day:
Walking is a great activity to focus on if you're not into working out the traditional way, and it's something you can do at your own pace. Taking a 20 minute brisk walk each day is, not only great for your physical wellbeing, but for your mental wellbeing, too. If you have a dog, then this is a great excuse to get your daily walk, just wrap up warm, look out one of your favorite dog walking bum bags and head to a local park or nature trail so that both you and your dog are getting the exercise you need in a relaxing way.
Enjoy winter sports:
Winter sports such as skiing and snowboarding are, not only a lot of fun, but they are great ways to get your required exercise during the winter. Even if you've never tried any of these sports before or there aren't any on offer in your local area, you can find places to go for a weekend and take some beginner classes, so it's always a good excuse to get away for a few days during the colder months and have some fun.

Meaningful gifts don’t have to be big and expensive. If you’re on a budget and you want to show your appreciation for a loved one or a friend, here are a few gift ideas that are certain to make an impact.
Share photos
Photographs can make for a very meaningful gift. This could be a single photograph in a frame or it could be multiple photos in an album or a collage. Sites like Resnap can allow you to compile your own album digitally, although you may prefer to stick to an old-skool photo album. Try to look for happy memories that the two of your both enjoyed. You may even have photographs that they’ve never seen before or simply forgot existed.
Personalise items
You could also consider personalised gifts. Whilst items such as bespoke clothing can be expensive, there could ways of monogramming items or printing photos on them such as these KK phone cases. You could even consider etching a personal message into an item such as a bracelet or a tankard, or embroidering a custom design onto a wallet. Such items will have a unique personal meaning to the recipient, making them better than any generic gift.
Handcraft a gift
If you’re good with your hands, you could even consider crafting your own gift. This could be anything from custom-made jewellery to a hand baked cake. It takes true time and effort to craft someone a gift and your recipient will appreciate this. There are plenty of tutorials on the likes of Youtube that can help you to craft your own gift. Make sure to leave yourself enough to craft the item – in the case of something hand-knitted or embroidered you may want at least a couple weeks.
Combine hobbies and interests
You may be able centre gifts around hobbies and interests. In some cases, you may be able to combine two interests into one gift. For example, if someone really loves coffee and really loved cars, you may be able to find a car-themed mug. If someone really loves dogs and travelling, you may be able to get them a dog themed passport cover. You’re best searching for such gifts online through the likes of Amazon and Notonthehighstreet.
Get something foody
 Most of us appreciate foody gifts such as chocolates and sweets. Try to get creative with food-themed gifts and don’t just opt for a generic selection box. For example, you may be able to find luxury chocolates or personalised chocolates. If you’ve collected lots of foody gifts, you could even consider creating a food hamper to store all these foods in. There are premade gift hampers out there, but these tend to be expensive – you can save a lot of money by crafting one yourself.
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