I’m on a budget, so I’m hoping to find some healthy meal solutions that are inexpensive, and a weight loss program that doesn’t require joining an online program or a gym. I’m a young college student on a college student’s budget. Any advice would be helpful. I want to turn my life around so that I don’t die at a young age.
When you get out of college and have a better income, you might want to invest in your health and fitness by seeking the advice of a registered dietician and a fitness professional. I see you asked this question some time ago. If you are now a graduate and working professional, are you giving your services and information to people for free? If you are, then get back in touch with me. I will give away my eight years of college and thirty years of continuing education advice for free to people that do the same for under privileged clients. I applaud those that gave free advice, but as to whether you were able to implement it without any other guidance, well that is another story.
Plenty of great advice here. Hopefully you have been able to get going in the right direction. More than anything, I would echo some of the suggestions to make this a group effort. Look for others that are trying to reach the same goals (if you haven’t already). Having support from a group, in case you get off track, is invaluable.
Hope everything has been going well so far,
you mentiOned you’re a student …. check your campus! many schools haev gyms/welness centers that are part of your tuition and fees. there may be something as simple as a treadmill you can use on cold or wet days, or maybe even a rec club that piques your interest. you are not alone and i’d be willing to bet there are others on campus with goals similar to yours!