Happy new year! Here’s how to make the most of 2020: Remember your values. Before you make any goals, ask yourself what’s truly important to you and what you want to stand for. Goals that are #values-based will be easier to reach. Write down your goals. Research shows that writing your #goals down increased commitment and follow through. Change one behavior at a time. Don’t get overwhelmed and focus in on one behavior at a time. Reach out. We all need community. So find
Did you know that a walk down memory lane can help boost #mood and bring your values to the forefront?
One of my favorite weekend activities is to take a brief trip down memory lane. Sometimes I’ll read a couple of handwritten card that people have sent me (yes, I save these!). Other times, I’ll take a peek at some photos capturing wonderful memories of the past. Or, I’ll get together with a family member or friend and hear their stories of their favorite memories. When I
I know it’s easy to give up if you’re not getting the results you want; but remember, things usually get tougher before they get better! Don’t be discouraged if you aren’t where you thought you’d be by now. We set #goals for ourselves and often times we have a set timeline in our heads; a vision of when everything should come to fruition. And sometimes, it doesn’t work out exactly as we had hoped. But that doesn’t mean you’re on the wrong track, or that it’s the wrong goal.
The holiday season is just around the corner. What will you do to stay #healthy and well this year? I’ve got some ideas! STICK WITH YOUR ROUTINES. The holidays are not an excuse to break from your usual wellness routines, such as #exercise, eating whole foods, and doing your mindfulness activities. Tackle your holiday months the way you would any other time of year. With all of the holiday parties and special occasions, plan ahead to ensure that you keep up with healthy eati