What Working Out REALLY Means To Me

What Workingout REALLY Means to Me | WIRL Project

I am not a gym type of person and I always tried to avoid physical exercise.

Nevertheless, now that I am on the 4th decade of my life, I see my metabolism slow down and only through exercise am I able to boost things up a bit. I try to walk 15 to 20 minutes per day and this helps me maintain my figure to almost the same shape as it used to be when I was younger!

It is hard for me to change attitude and way of living but man has managed to survive because he was able to adapt in change and this is what I am trying to do!


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What Workingout REALLY Means to Me | WIRL ProjectKaterina Delidimou a.k.a. Culinary Flavors, is part mother, business woman and cook – all wrapped into a passionate woman who wants to share her love for cooking with you. Now, as a working mother, she is dedicated to bringing traditional, delicious, Greek meals to her family’s table via her blog culinaryflavors.gr.

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    I really enjoyed this read, Katerina. I’m glad you mentioned that you don’t really enjoy exercise. So many people agree with you, I’m sure, but probably don’t want to say so. Thank you for contributing to this awesome discussion and bringing up such a valid point! :)

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  2. Thank you so much for sharing and hosting!

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