Tag Archives: SelfCare

Steps Count: More Steps Are Self-Care Goodness in the COVID-19 Lifestyle

There’s evidence in this week’s JAMA of a dose-response relationship between peoples’ steps and lower mortality. In other words: more steps done daily is statistically significantly associated with death from all causes. Furthermore, step intensity didn’t make a difference in mortality rates, shown in the JAMA-published study, Association of Daily Step Count and Step Intensity… Read More »

Elle Halliwell: Adopting A Natural Lifestyle, Studying Nutrition & Prioritising Self-Care

Earlier this year, we sat down with Elle Halliwell, journalist, mother and good friend of Sporteluxe who opened up about how her rare cancer diagnosis ironically, helped manage her anxiety and ultimately, made her a more mindful and happier person (you can read more about Elle’s inspiring story here). Since then, Elle admits that her… Read More »

What Exactly Is Self-Care?

Self-care has become a popular buzzword over the last couple of years. If you look up the #selfcare hashtag on social media you’ll find almost 10 million posts, showing pictures ranging from pedicures, massages and vacations, to pizza and bottles of wine. For someone who is trying to get clear on what self-care looks like… Read More »