5 Easy Ways To Up-Level Your Wellness
For the last 13 years, I have been supporting women and their families with their wellness goals. As a coach, speaker, and author, I have seen the difference that small daily consistent habits can have in life, family, and business. But I want you to know that I have experienced low times too. I have struggled with energy, with physical and mental health challenges and a mindset that didn’t serve me. I have come out on the other side by implementing these tips and other growth strategies and I know that if you make the commitment, this information can help you as well.
These are my top 5 tips to help you boost your wellness so you can go to the next level in your work and in your life.
I know you are a busy, working woman with huge goals and dreams. I am challenging you to pick one ‘needle moving’ area from the list that resonates with you and commit to it every day for a minimum of 7 days.
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Tip #1 – Boost
Begin today to boost your energy and well-being by fueling your cells with even more vibrant, colorful vegetables. Many clients take my ‘half plate challenge’. This means they commit to having a half plate of veggies at every main meal for the month. Others have committed to adding 2 handfuls of spinach to every morning smoothie.
Other ideas include creating a meal plan and having two different colors of vegetables at each main meal, with a fruit included at breakfast and lunch. The antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients that are found in vegetables are critical for our cells and the thousands of processes that take place in our bodies all day long. When we fuel our body with these beautiful, essential nutrients our body can thrive.
Tip #2 – Protect
This is a mindset tip, as I believe that wellness is so much more than eating and exercising. I invite you to consider how often in the day your energy is impacted by the people around you. These people can be physically near you at home or work or maybe millions of miles away on the other side of the world on social media. All too often we allow people to speak into the deepest parts of us without any barrier or protection in place. Many people allow everything into their heart center, all of the critical words, judgments, anger, fear, doubt, and worry. Some of this external energy, much of it is not even ours. Yet, we let this negativity into that sacred inner space without limitation.
This tip is inviting you to become aware of who you allow to speak into your heart. I am encouraging you to place a lock on this inner vault that only a select few can have access to. I am not suggesting putting up a wall towards love and relationship, but I am encouraging more of a filtering system and even a lock on your heart center that you can choose to open when those you trust are providing guidance and/or messages that feel aligned with your soul.
Tip #3 – Expand
This tip is reminding us that one of the greatest ways to expand our well-being and energy is by supporting another human. Mentorship, or simply listening with an open heart and loving ear can be one of the greatest ways to support another human. In this act of service and support, we become focused elsewhere, away from our own worries and doubts. Taking the focus off those areas often reduces the spiral of emotion we feel when we are deeply entrenched in that experience. I invite you to find ways to lift others up, and in doing so, you will find your own heart is lifted in the process.
I am especially excited about my new group coaching membership, focused on supporting women over 35 to move from stress, overwhelm, and burnout to confident, calm, and having time for what really matters. This community is one of support, celebration, and love. Not only do the women in the membership experience their own growth journey but they have the opportunity daily to show love and support for others.
Tip #4 – Support
Just like each of us thrives with support in stressful times, our cells do as well. There is no doubt that we have been under stress these last couple of years and this stress can impact our mood and overall well-being. Having supported clients to reduce their stress, there are a variety of options including mindfulness, exercise, meditation, EFT (tapping), breathing techniques and even supplementing with specific stress relief nutrients. This tip is for individuals who want to support their stress management strategy with apoptogenic ingredients such as saffron, lemon balm, and ashwagandha (herbs not typically found in your diet). The clients who are already supporting their cells using this high-quality support product have noticed feeling lighter, brighter, and ready to take on the challenges of the day with a positive, can-do attitude.
The other area of well-being support that I highly recommend every human to consider is a quality vitamin D. The research is showing the dramatic impact vitamin D can have on our bones/teeth, our immune function, our muscle strength, coordination, and our overall cellular health. Give yourself support this winter! Check out the link for the products I personally use and recommend (with a discount link – https://bit.ly/3fy6fbJ).
Tip #5 – Choose
This tip is about making the choice 80% of the time to pick the healthier option. Our life is a series of choices. Each day we get to choose to live in alignment with our desired level of well-being. Sometimes we may need support in creating the habits, but the majority of humans understand the basics. It is a practice of choosing to eat the foods that fuel you, of choosing to consume water, choosing to move our bodies, choosing to go to bed at a reasonable hour. I invite you to feel the energy and empowerment in this message. What is the one small thing you will choose to commit to after reading this? I am celebrating you!
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