5 lazy ways to detox in January

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When I came out of the bedroom after getting dressed the other morning, my little boy looked at me and said,

“Why are you wearing your black top again mum? I like it when you wear your dark blue dress with the flowers on.”

I realised that I miss my summer dresses too. I’m not ready to come out of hibernation yet, but I know that summer will come around more quickly than I think.

It might only be January but we’re heading towards spring. The next thing we know it’ll be summer and I’ll want to get my legs out!
I need a plan!

A few of my friends are doing a detox for the new year. I almost wish I was doing something like that. There they are giving up coffee, chocolate, sugar or even alcohol.

It’s way too cold!

I’m not always so great with will-power. My morning isn’t the same without a flat white, not to mention a glass of wine most evenings.




Do I have to?

Detox inspiration

Last year I had a full on detox in February. By the end, I’d lost several inches and felt incredible, but oh my goodness it was pretty tough getting started when all I really wanted to do was stay inside my cosy wine, cheese, and chocolate cave!

I already use Neal’s Yard Organic Greens complex as a boost to start my day. That doesn’t feel like a detox (even though it is) so it’s time to step it up a bit.

Easy does it

Here’s my plan.

Mostly painless, nothing too drastic and one or two things are even quite enjoyable.

  1. Lemon water first thing every morning. It’s so dark when I wake up and I feel like it’s still night-time but a hot water with lemon is so refreshing and it’s great for my liver and skin.
  2. Reduce my alcohol intake. I’ve already stopped buying wine to drink at home and when I’m having a glass in the pub I’ve decided to ask for a small glass instead of a large one. I feel proud about this as normally I could easily drink two (or more if it’s Prosecco). My main motivation for this is weight loss. Alcohol = calories, basically.
  3. Cut back on caffeine. I’ve bought a few extra boxes of different types of herbal tea, all by Pukka, which is my favourite tea brand hands down. I’m drinking extra warm and spicy ones. Withdrawing from caffeine gives me a horrible headache for days. I don’t want that to happen so I do need to reduce it, but slowly.
  4. Scrub. I’m making the most of my Seaweed Salt scrub in the shower at the moment. It really gets my circulation going after months of wearing woolly tights and jumpers.
  5. Homeopathy. There are some great remedies for clearing the liver and bowel – Nux Vomica and Sulphur are two of the best. I’m putting myself on a course of these, plus some detox herbs.
  6. Sauna. I’m lucky to live near York Hall Spa in Bethnal Green. It’s very affordable and I always choose a women’s only session. It’s so peaceful and I love all the different ways that I can break out a sweat. My skin always feels so soft after a sauna, steam and Turkish bath.

If you like the idea of a lazy detox I hope I’ve given you a few things to try.

Remember, small things make a big difference to how you look and feel. 

The secret is to make them a regular part of your routine.

Good luck with coming out of hibernation the lazy way.


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