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With lockdown restrictions easing, we know just how tricky it can be to keep on top of your health. Especially when there is so much temptation around. Bars are re-opening, festivals are starting back up, and social gatherings will soon be allowed (OMG)! So, in honour of World Health Day, were here to help with our easy ways to stay on top of your post lockdown health. 


Be Kind To Your Body

Bars and pubs are re-opening and the excitement is real, babe! We cant wait to be bottomless brunchin in the sun with our girls, but at the same time its so important to not go crazy with the alcohol - hangovers are not the one! Moderation is your best friend here. Listen to your body and limit your alcohol consumption when you can. This will help you stay alert and fresh to make the most of your new found freedom. 



Load Up On The SPF

After being stuck inside for months, we feel like weve forgotten what the sun feels like. If youre planning on catching some rays this summer, we dont blame you! But make sure youre doing it safely, gal - top up on the SPF and take breaks in the shade. Especially in between 12pm and 2pm when the sun is at its hottest. 




Stay Hydrated 

This summer is going to be a busy one, babe. Whether its taking a walk in the sun or enjoying a meal with friends, were going to make the most of the nice weather (obvs). As the days become longer and your schedule becomes busier, it can be easy to forget to drink your water. Avoid becoming dehydrated by carrying a reusable bottle of water with you so you can enjoy the warm weather safely. 




Take Slow Steps If Your Feeling Anxious 

As exciting as it is that restrictions are being lifted, youre not alone if youre feeling anxious about life returning to normal. If you dont feel comfortable stepping out on April 12th, dont feel like you need to. Take your time and take slow steps - dont forget youve made it through a pandemic, doll! If you can do that, you can do anything. 




Remember, babe, its important to follow and stick to the government guidelines - we only have a few months left! Make sure to look after yourself, check on friends & family, and enjoy your summer!