Why we all need more wellness in our life
Wellness is a state of mind – but it can be inducted into the mind easily! You can do certain things, even when short on time, to ensure that you feel alive and well at all moments.
It is more than being just “free from illness.” A mentally, physically and emotionally fine person can be said to be in a state of wellness. That’s the goal. Being well is what we are all working hard for. Toiling day in and day out is mostly because we want to be comfortable at the end of the day. But is it happening?
The overworked and overstressed forget why you are working so hard and what for, sometimes we want to focus on the bad things like looming bills, disrespectful customers, and debts.
Wellness as a goal can stop all of this and enable a better lifestyle infused with more energy, willingness and excitement amongst vets.
Here are a few inspirations to help you feel kicked and ready for any kind of life struggles:
- Hydrate! We often forget the magic of drinking water and how important it is for our body and soul. Water is the best. Keep bottles of water on your desk and bring water with you when you travel.
- Understand and manage stress! Look for addressing your stress instead of shoving it under the carpet. Sip green tea listen to music or take a quick walk around the block instead of turning to unhealthy options like binge eating ice cream or chips.
- Limit the tech! How much phone and how much gadget in life directly points towards how stressed you are in life because clearly the more social media, the more the escapism of reality. Mute the notifications put the phone far away from the bed. Better yet, avoid your phone completely when at home.
- Meditate! It is important for your wellness. 5 minutes in dim light before bed can calm you down, help you think clearly and will likely result in a more productive next day.
- To-do lists! They help you stay organized and give you more focus. But being realistic in your to-do’s is equally important.
- Travel! You don’t need to spend all your savings but a small, not very fancy holiday can be just the recipe for your wellness. Everyone needs a break from time to time.