5 Everyday Wellness Tips to Boost Your Health

a guest article by Jennfier McGregor of Publichealthlibrary.org

5 Everyday Wellness Tips to Boost Your Health

Living a healthy lifestyle does not require as much effort as you might think. If you already feel like you’re juggling too many responsibilities, you may assume that you just don’t have the time to focus on wellness, but thankfully, incorporating basic healthy habits into your day-to-day life is relatively easy. Here are a few ways you can change your life for the better by focusing on your health from head-to-toe.

Create a Calm Atmosphere at Home

Are you struggling to deal with a negative atmosphere at home? If your family has been highly critical or argumentative lately, changing up your domestic environment might help switch up the mood in your household. A messy, cluttered home can create feelings of bad energy, but you can remedy this by deep cleaning and dusting your home, cracking the windows to get fresh air circulating, and putting items away in their proper storage places. You can even take things a step further by smudging each room to banish bad vibes!

Stick to Supportive Routines

It’s much easier to practice healthy habits day in and day out when you adhere to structured routines. After all, if you start the day off right and end it with a relaxing ritual, you’ll feel energized and motivated! If you’re trying to think of which activities you should include in your morning routine, VeryWellMind recommends going for a brisk walk to get some exercise, eating a filling breakfast, and making an organized to-do list for the rest of your day. To wind down for the night, make it a point to turn off your devices and curl up with a book an hour or two before bed.

Establish a Regular Spiritual Practice

You do not have to be religious to have a spiritual practice! Believe it or not, embracing spirituality can actually help you improve both your physical and mental health. Meditation and yoga are secular activities that bring serious benefits to consistent practitioners.

When it comes to yoga, you can start with a basic sequence that includes poses like downward facing dog, cobra, and seated twists. To really relax, you can follow up your yoga flow with a body-scan meditation session led by Wisdom Healing Arts. Tuning into your physical and spiritual self can be the key to better well-being!

Write In a Journal

Writing in a journal can be highly beneficial for your mental health. If you’ve never written in a journal before, and you’re not quite sure how to get started, Fast Company suggests setting a time limit for writing sessions. For instance, you could block off ten to fifteen minutes every morning to journal. Remember, you don’t need to be an author to enjoy writing in a journal – it’s okay if it feels a little awkward at first!

You can also use your journal as a space to record your diet and workout sessions, or perhaps try your hand at some poetry. It’s your space to express yourself and write about whatever you want!

Choose Helpful Supplements

Eating a nutritious diet is essential for your overall mental and physical health. Aim to cook at home with whole foods and organic ingredients as often as possible. But sometimes, we all need a little help to maintain our health! Choosing the right supplements can fill in any nutritional gaps in your diet. You can find promos and deals like Vitacost coupons for supplements when you shop online – staying healthy doesn’t have to break the bank!

When you concentrate on holistic health and embodied wellness, you can change your entire life. Health isn’t just about what we put in our bodies or how many hours we spend working out. It’s also about your mindset and your environment. If you can make small changes in every area of your life, you will be amazed at how much better you feel.

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Published by Kirby Moore

Kirby Moore is a healing facilitator based in the beautiful rolling hills of Charlottesville, Virginia. He does sessions in-person and long distance via Skype and Zoom, working with Spiritual Astrology, Somatic Experiencing, Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy and Birth Process Work. His healing work is informed by fifteen years of meditation and Qigong practice. He works with client's intentions and deepest longings to attain clear, tangible results. Contact him for more info at (email): kirby [at] mkirbymoore [dot] com

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