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[Wellness] What Would You Like to Know About Wellness?

Welcome back to Wellness Wednesday everyone! How are you feeling about your wellness right now? What would you still like to know about wellness?

I was talking to my Hubby today about how we’re all learning new things in order to stay connected and get things done during this unusual time. Of course, we know that learning new things is good for us, especially when it comes to our brain health.

One thing led to another, and I started wondering what you guys would like to learn….

Our Wellness Wednesday posts started to help us learn more about Wellness and how to apply that knowledge to our lives. I’ve been choosing what to write about based on what I thought you might find helpful. Now, I actually want to ask you –

What would you like to learn/know about wellness?

If you could ask any question about wellness, what would it be?

What would you like to learn more about?

Are there certain dimensions of wellness you’re fascinated by?

I’d like to use these Wellness Wednesday posts to answer some of those Wellness questions you’ve always wondered about, address some of the aspects of wellness you’re most interested in, and give you the tools you need to improve your overall wellness.

I used to always tell my clients that my goal was to work myself out of a job. In other words, I like to give people the tools they need to take control of their own health. That’s always been the goal of these posts, and I’d like to provide even more tools here.

I hope you’ll help me do that. I’d like to use your questions to guide where we go with these Wellness Wednesday posts.

So please tell me – What would you like to know about wellness? What areas of health are you most interested in? What have you always wanted to ask?

Blessings,

~Terri

20 comments

  1. Complementary Therapies could be good as I am writing a regular Therapy Thursday covering all the ones in my book. Some of which sound a tad barbaric. Xx

  2. I’d be keen to learn more about supplements too, especially with respect to chronic pain and what you shouldn’t take with different medications. I’m just starting turmeric today so that’s what first came to mind! How to get back into doing things that should be enjoyable (ie. creative pursuits) when depression has taken the sense of joy away; things like having a creative outlet with drawing or writing are often recommended as a form of release and distraction with chronic illness, but what about when you can’t seem to make yourself do any of those positive, should-be-enjoyable things? Depression can be a big barrier to doing them and I’ve not a clue how you get past it. Guilt around wellness is also a topic I find interesting, partly because I often feel like I’m drowning in it and I know many of us in this illness boat fight with guilt, too.

    Great idea for the Wellness Wednesday posts, Terri! xx

    1. Thanks so much for the ideas Caz! The whole ‘getting back into doing things’ is an interesting conundrum, isn’t it? I’ll definitely be doing some research on that – I suspect a lot of us have dealt with that situation. I know I put my watercolors away for months, at first just so I had my counter (where I paint) cleared off at Christmas, but then because I was sad and just couldn’t make myself do it. I finally got them out around Easter. Hope you’re doing better sweet friend. Hugs!

  3. I’d love to learn more about supplements for both physical and mental health. What fascinates me about health is the history of it and how they provided care way back.

    1. Thanks so much for sharing Michelle! The history of medical care IS fascinating, isn’t it? I’m always amazed by the strides we’ve made in medical science over the years (and horrified by some of the things they used to do to people in the name of medicine.) Hope you’re staying safe and well sweet friend! Hugs!

  4. I liked this post Terri, for me its how to cope more with anxiety and trying not to let it consume you. Since we all deal with anxiety in one form or another, it would be interesting to hear how other people cope with it.

  5. What a great idea asking your readers what they want to learn more about Terri.
    I enjoyed your meal portion post with my hand as the measure, I still use it as a measurement for my meals.

    I’d love to know more about bad carbs v good (complex carbs) for each meal & how many per day for good health.
    Blessings,
    Jennifer

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