Happy Wellness Wednesday everyone! Do things ever seem to just get away from you? That happened to me this week. I’ve been working on several things at one time, and somehow I didn’t get a post done for this week. So….. I decided to share some of the wellness tips and quotes I’ve been sharing on my Facebook page. I hope you find these helpful.
Some Wellness Tips and Quotes for You
Sometimes we need to forget about “official exercise” and just get out and have fun. There are all sorts of activities that we can have fun with and get our hearts pumping and our minds clear.
Sometimes we get so busy taking care of those we love, our work responsibilities, and a million other things that we forget to make our own health a priority. This Spanish Proverb really does hit the nail on the head….
Strength training is an important part of our overall wellness plan. We don’t have to lift heavy weights or spend endless hours working out to gain strength. You guys know my philosophy – start SMALL. You can always work your way up. When we start small and add to what we’re doing gradually, we’re much less likely to hurt ourselves and more likely to keep going.
What if it’s not really a weakness, but something in your path that’s going to make you stronger? I know many of us who live with chronic illness have seen our pain and/or fatigue as a weakness from time to time, but I believe when we live with it every day and still carry on we become stronger BECAUSE of it, not in spite of it.
Healthy eating can be easier than we think sometimes…. Here are some tips for a healthy plate.
I’m from the South, and we love our sweet tea. That sweet tea can end up using up a LOT of our daily calories though. Not drinking our calories is one of the easiest ways to reduce how many calories we get in a day. Even replacing one sweetened drink per day with a non-caloric one can help.
I love this quote! For those of us who love to cook, this is so true. Everybody who knows me knows that one of my greatest joys is feeding people, and this quote reminds me why that is….
Sometimes all we need are some short and simple wellness tips to help us stay on track or remind us to get back on track with our wellness goals.
To see more tips, quotes and questions, you can follow me at https://facebook.com/hopereclaiming. I’d love to see you there!
Did any of these resonate with you? What are you working on right now when it comes to wellness? Please share!