We all know that going to the gym and eating right can help us to become healthier in terms of appearance, but what about the things that you can’t see? I believe that the health of your well-being is just as important as a toned butt or washboard abs, so here are some tips on how to get your mind in as good a shape (maybe even better) as your body:

  1. Take care of yourself- Treat yourself like you would a best friend or a small child or a great parent. Exercise. Moving your body can help increase your self esteem and just help you feel better over all; your body is a temple, treat it as such.
  2. Take some time to do the things you love- Sometimes we are so busy with our life that we forget to to things that actually may make living just that much more enjoyable. So, my advice is to make a list of things you like to do (playing an instrument, flying kites, going fishing, baking, etc.) and doing just one thing from that list everyday.
  3. Do something that you’ve been putting off- Instead of procrastinating on that one task that we just do not want to do, do it. This way you wont have that nagging feeling that you should be doing something all the time and since you wont be putting it off till the last minute you wont have to rush things. Do the “unbearable task” bit by bit, that way it doesn’t seem so bad.
  4. Dress to impress (yourself)- Dress in a way that makes you feel good about yourself. This doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to go out and buy yourself a brand new wardrobe, you can look in to what you have and try on different combinations of outfits to see how you feel in them.
  5. Make your home a place of honor- No matter the size of your living space it is important to make it comfortable and attractive to you. Place awards or achievements that you have earned around the house to remind you of the greatness that you can achieve. If you live with someone else make a little space for yourself where you can put your things and know that they will not be disturbed, you can decorate this area any way that you would like.

“The concept of total wellness recognizes that our every thought, word, and behavior affects our greater health and well-being. And we, in turn, are affected not only emotionally but also physically and spiritually.” -Greg Anderson

–Katraya Wier (Marketing Analyst)

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