Your Weekly Reminder...


Take time each day to prioritize self-care and well-being. This could include exercise, meditation, reading, or simply doing something you enjoy. Here are a few suggestions to get you started.

  1. Morning Routine: Start your day with a self-care ritual that sets a positive tone for the rest of the day. This could include stretching, meditation, journaling, or simply enjoying a quiet cup of tea or coffee.

  2. Healthy Nutrition: Nourish your body with nutritious meals and snacks throughout the day. Pay attention to what you eat and try to incorporate a balanced diet with fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean proteins. Have you tried the granola at Sams Club? It's addictive!

  3. Stay Hydrated: Drink an adequate amount of water throughout the day to keep your body hydrated and maintain optimal functioning. I enjoy a splash of lemon juice in my water. 

  4. Exercise: Engage in regular physical activity that you enjoy, whether it's going for a walk, doing yoga, cycling, or any other form of exercise. It not only improves physical health but also releases endorphins that boost mood and reduce stress.

  5. Take Breaks: During busy days, remember to take short breaks to relax and recharge. Step away from your work or tasks, go for a brief walk, or practice deep breathing to clear your mind.

  6. Mindfulness and Meditation: Set aside a few minutes each day to practice mindfulness or meditation. This can help you stay present, reduce anxiety, and improve overall focus and mental clarity.

  7. Limit Screen Time: Be mindful of your screen time and consider taking breaks from electronic devices. Use this time for other activities like reading, creative hobbies, or spending time in nature. Don't be afraid to put the phone down. 

  8. Connect with Loved Ones: Make time to connect with family and friends regularly, whether through calls, video chats, or in-person meet-ups. Social connections are vital for emotional well-being.

  9. Wind Down Before Bed: Establish a calming bedtime routine to signal to your body that it's time to relax and prepare for sleep. Avoid screens at least an hour before bed and engage in relaxing activities like reading or taking a warm bath.