Be open to new and unusual experiences, and be open to physical pleasure. To help restore blocked energy, try holistic massage practises such as the Alexander Technique.
Walking is a neglected exercise that has numerous health benefits. Do you prefer to walk instead of taking the bus? 8-10 blocks isn't too far: tones the body, deep breathing, and body alignment.
Allow yourself more time to regroup and figure out what you want to do next; it will benefit your health, help you make better decisions, and save you time.
For a change, try leafy greens and root vegetables like kale, chard, fennel, and chicory. Take a night off from working out and plan meals with these ingredients to improve your mood!
When it comes to developing healthy habits, waiting is not a good idea: eat three meals per day, get enough sleep, and drink plenty of water to stay healthy and strong.
Pace yourself when beginning or continuing an exercise regimen--start easy and gradually increase difficulty to keep your interest. Create the habit and challenge yourself!
Now is a great time to focus on what you want, but be mindful of areas of your life that require consistency, such as exercise. Aim for 3x per week and don't give up if you're "not in the mood" - it'll make your mood worse.
Examine life from a healthy perspective. Make deliberate health decisions. Create a balanced diet and exercise plan that improves well-being - the key to living life for the next 25 years!
Eat slowly and carefully to avoid choking and overtaxing your digestive system. Eating properly ensures that all of your nutritional needs are met and that you do not feel hungry after meals.
There are two options: work out or not, eat healthy or not. Unconscious choices: sit up straight or slouch? Pay attention and make a decision!
"Giving" takes on new meaning: be open to new ways of living, take this period of transition seriously, and practise yoga to give mind and body power.
The planetary energy of today assists you in compassionately observing yourself. Purchase a yoga mat, schedule a massage, or do something else to demonstrate greater self-care.