Now that the (sometimes) crazy parts of the year are over, it’s easy to fall into the mid-January blahs. The blahs are when life feels a little lackluster, you feel a bit bored, or you get stuck in a rut. So, why is the back half of January often subdued and slightly depressing for so many people?
Maintaining balance through the holidays has been top of mind for me lately. Oh my, oh my, I can hardly believe the holidays are nearly upon us. Cue the family business, holiday shopping craziness, and general struggle to maintain our health while keeping up with the season.
Women’s health is about a lot more than just exercising and eating right, it’s about a holistic approach to a healthy lifestyle including all areas like skin, mindfulness, sexuality, etc.
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Well, I’ve found a way to achieve that, and I wanted to share it with you! First, the backstory. I woke up last week with an angry red lump on the underside of my upper arm. It got progressively larger over the next few days, and it hurt.
Permanent change for the better only comes when one is completely fed up with their current circumstance. If you can identify something in your life that you’d like to change for good, start HERE.
The key here is to do the things that are going to keep your family healthy and promote mind/body balance without being pushy or rubbing it in their faces. Sometimes you have to find subtle, dare I say sneaky, ways of keeping them on track.
I’m a busy woman with a lot going on both professionally and personally, so it’s essential that my daily health and wellness routine is something that I can get done quickly every morning.