Yoga is an often overlooked activity. It is a practice of solitude and quiet when most simply crave being with others (at least I know I do!). Even when it comes to Yoga, I love to be in a class of Yogis. I love being able to socialize after class and catch up with my friends but with COVID it has forced restrictions in our Province that resulted in gyms and yoga studios closing temporarily while we get a grasp on COVID-cases.
I suggest that practicing Yoga can be a great budgeting tip and tool because it doesn't have to cost very much to purchase a Yoga mat (in some cases under $10.00 Canadian) or they can be borrowed from the gym, sanitized before and after use.
Yoga encourages mindfulness and intentionality which is vital to budgeting and following through with our money goals. That is way it can be such a beneficial practice to have Yoga as part of our daily or weekly lives.
I encourage you to Youtube Yoga with Adriene and practice along with her. She has many challenges that go on for the durations of weeks or months that can be followed along for free in the comfort of your own homes. I highly suggest checking her out (and no, this post is not endorsed!). There you have it: another great tip to get fit and to grow our mindfulness practices with Yoga.
I hope that with with the end 2021, you're able to reflect on the year passed and be grateful for all the blessings. I hope also, that you have many goals and dreams to look forward to in 2022. Cheers to health, happiness and prosperity in the New year! Signed, Filipina Budget Girl.