As the year winds down, it’s a good time to reflect on the moments that have shaped our journey. Gratitude isn’t just a fleeting feeling but a transformative practice that can significantly impact our mental and emotional well-being. Here are some practices to help you reflect on gratitude, particularly as the year comes to a close.
As we approach the New Year, it’s the time everyone starts to set personal and professional goals. However, simply setting goals isn’t enough; they need to be SMART – Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-bound. In this blog, we’ll explore how to set SMART goals and provide practical tips for sticking to them.
You’ve decided to challenge yourself with a 5K run, but there’s just one small detail: you’re not a runner. Don’t worry! This journey is all about transforming the non-runner in you into a 5K finisher. Let’s lace up and take the first steps together.
“I don’t have time to exercise” is a common refrain in our fast-paced world. However, maintaining physical fitness is crucial for overall health and wellness. The good news? You can integrate exercise into your daily routine, even if you’re pressed for time. Here’s how to make every minute count with small bursts of activity.
Many wellness practices have their root in ancient cultures and practices. It’s important to understand the historical and cultural context of yoga -not just tracing its origins but respecting and acknowledging its rich philosophical and spiritual heritage. This understanding becomes crucial in today’s global context where yoga is often seen primarily as a hobby or physical exercise, potentially overshadowing its deeper dimensions. Understanding these roots is not only a matter of historical interest but also a step towards a more ethical, respectful, and holistic approach to wellness.
Whether you’re embarking on a snowy adventure or visiting family for the holidays, it’s important to be prepared. Here are some essential tips to help you navigate travel this season with ease.
As the holiday season approaches, it’s common to find ourselves amidst celebrations that often include alcohol. It can be easy to overindulge when having fun or feeling uncomfortable – so we’d put together a short guide with reminders on how stay safe during your festivities.
With the cold air of winter setting in, we might not feel as thirsty as we do under the scorching summer sun – but don’t be misled: our hydration needs do not get lower with the temperature. In fact, staying hydrated in winter is essential for several reasons, and understanding these can help maintain your health and wellness during the colder months.
Getting enough vitamin D, especially in the winter, can become a challenge. Known as the “sunshine vitamin,” vitamin D is unique because it can be made by your body a result of direct sunlight exposure. However, with less sunlight in winter, especially in northern climates, it becomes essential to understand alternative ways to ensure you’re getting enough. More than 20% of people in the US are vitamin D deficient, which can lead to physical and mental health issues.