Improving your wellness doesn't have to be complicated, boring or difficult. It's all about the small things you can do on a daily basis that can have a BIG impact on your life!
Here are 8 things you can do TODAY to give your wellness a BOOST! (Don't worry...we even saved some time for FUN!)
SLEEP 8 HOURS
See? We started with something as easy as getting a good night's rest so you can wake up refreshed and ready to take on the world! We all know how important sleep is for our bodies, but also for our minds! Waking up groggy and tackling the morning can really impact how your entire day goes from there....so get some rest!
GET IN AT LEAST 30 MINUTES OF EXERCISE
You've woken up refreshed, recharged and ready to move, so why not enjoy 30 minutes of exercise to jumpstart your body, mind and spirit! It doesn't have to be challenging, pick your favorite way to get moving....and get MOVING!
GO OUTSIDE AND SOAK UP THAT VITAMIN D
Do you know that just 15-30 minutes of sunshine a day greatly increases your vitamin D levels? It's like a free vitamin that is top quality and enjoyable.
TAKE 10 MINUTES TO MEDITATE OR BE STILL WITH YOUR BREATH
Meditation is proven to relieve anxiety, improve mental clarity and destress. You don't have to make it complicated- you can meditate by finding a quiet space where you can sit with your eyes closed and your heart open.
DRINK FILTERED WATER (8-10 Cups!)
Now, we don't want to sound like your Mama- but DRINK YOUR WATER EVERYDAY. It's REALLY important! You know you're supposed to do it, stop making excuses and start drinking it.
GO TECH-FREE FOR AN HOUR
Break free of the digital world for an hour - no, you really REALLY CAN do it! This is especially effective right before bedtime because it gives your body a chance to produce melatonin naturally without all that bluelight.
DO SOMETHING THAT BRINGS YOU JOY
Who knew that doing things you like to do actually improves your wellness?! This tip has got to be the most enjoyable one, yet it's the one most people don't take the time to do! Take care of yourself so you can be a better person, inside and out.