Traditionally, holidays mean abundant food and little activity. Make the change today to tasty smoothies that will fill you with holiday spirit. Cheers!
January is past, but it’s not too late to plan ways to reduce stress in the coming year. Now is the time to look at yoga or meditation classes to help you focus and center yourself in the comfort of your own home.
Sunshine can be a scarce commodity in February. Aromatherapy can be helpful if you suffer from seasonal affective disorder or just need a reminder of nicer days ahead. If you haven’t tried aromatherapy already, make a commitment to try it in March!
It’s time to change the clocks. Combat daylight savings time-induced sleepiness by taking advantage of the early morning sun. Leave your blinds a bit open so that you can wake up to natural light.
Spring is here and so is allergy season. Be proactive and get tested before you start suffering.
Give your mom the best present ever. Let her sleep in; then it’s time to “Netflix and chill” for the day. (A gift certificate for a massage wouldn’t hurt either.)
Summer is here. Make sure you’ve got a proper hat and the correct SPF sunscreen. Apply it a full 15 minutes before heading out.
Summer is in full swing. Take advantage of the long sunny days. But, don’t overdo it. There are plenty of apps to help guide you on your way.
Beat the rush and get your eyes checked this month. Did you know that August is Contact Lens Health Week? The key to keeping reusable contact lenses germ-free is to rub them between your fingers when you clean them with a disinfecting solution. Then, give them a good rinse. (Make sure your hands are clean before you start the process!)
School is in session! Give your kids a proper start by setting up a study space at home organized with everything they need. The less stress they feel, the less you’ll feel.
Flu season has arrived. Make sure you get your flu shot.
The holidays are coming. Don’t go crazy trying to burn the candle at both ends. Make sure you practice good sleep hygiene.
It’s time to make your New Year’s resolutions. Don’t forget about feeling grateful. Studies show that the impact of being thankful improves both a person’s physical and emotional well-being.