Create daily habits for wellness
As humans, we all have the same needs for a healthy body.
For example, we know that it is important to eat well, consume vitamins, exercise, and drink water. The truth is that we all struggle in different areas at different times in our lives. I don’t think there is one size fits all health and wellness plans.
Nobody knows your body better than you. The problem is, when you’re like me, sometimes you forget to hear what your body is telling you. Maybe it says more fruits and vegetables, but instead you have had bad eating habits for the past few months. (Junk food is a great way to self-medicate in a pandemic.) Or, you might know you should be running and doing yoga, but the only energy you can muster is another Netflix attack.
Even when we’re not in a pandemic, there are times when our energies are good and we are racing through life. Another time we just shower to put on another set of pajamas and find out it’s only 5:30 PM! Putting dinner on the table seems like an impossibility.
Things to me seem to change seasonally. (Except for my hair color and furniture arrangements. These changes are MUCH more common 🙂
I’ve attached a PDF so you can think about your health. Daily wellness PDF
Please note the following before filling in:
1. What works with your health and what doesn’t?
2. What are some small daily steps you could take this week to change yourself?
3. Which season is next?
a. For example: if it’s the flu and the cold season, think about how you can improve your immune system!
b. Will the days be shorter? Will you soon wake up in the dark? Consider light seasonal affective disorder! (Mine prepares)
4. If you hate exercising, what can you enjoy and get moving?
a. Walking even when it’s cold is so good for our minds and bodies. Could this good habit TODAY help you have a great routine next season?
b. You may want more muscle and flexibility, but it seems impossible to you. It is not! Our bodies are so forgiving and muscle memory is a thing! Some 80 year old bodybuilders could put any 20 year old to shame.
5. Consider supplements and powders. Your super
a. I hit the jackpot when I found out YOUR SUPER! In all honesty, I’ll never suggest anything that I don’t believe in and that I’ve tried personally. If you haven’t heard of these products, they are amazing. I feel better, my skin looks better, and I have more sustained energy than I have in years. Really! Add them to anything and everything. Your body will be a better version of yourself.
b. The other powder I add to food and my morning coffee is Dr. Axes old collagen! I recently had a knee injury and had been in pain for some time. Gone and after less than a week of taking this stuff! Dr. Axes collagen
6. Meditation and quiet time are a big topic on my list!
a. These practices don’t take up much of the time, but how my day will go depends largely on this quality time. If I don’t check in with God, stop praying for others, read the scriptures, and just keep quiet, I sadly have to say that you will not meet the best version of me that day.
b. A simple cup of tea is meditative. Boiling the water, waiting for it to steep and sipping so as not to burn your tongue, will keep you present in the moment.
c. Guided meditation practices for beginners are everywhere. Apps are the best place to start.
7. WATER! Of course I took in water again. Water is cheap, simple and doable. Water is the most important habit that we should all take seriously. Also, remember that there are whole groups of people and children who do not have access to them. Without it, we cannot survive, and the benefits are invaluable.
Create daily habits for wellness
1. Write a rough outline of your daily wellbeing.
2. Listen to your body; You probably already know what the top 3 are.
3. Download your daily wellness PDF
4. Print it out
5. Fill it out
6. Laminate it
7. Do it! You have that.
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