How many times have you heard about the importance of self-care and wellbeing, only to brush it off as something “other people do”? We think because of our busy schedules, non-stop clocks, and inundated calendars, it’s impossible to squeeze in some extra time for some R&R. Well, the truth is, the busy schedules will always be there, but in order to make sure you are in the best health to experience your calendar events, it’s also important tomakethe time to take care of yourself. Life Coach and Wellness Influencer Alyssa Daniels gives us some tips on how to be better allies to ourselves, by leading by example.
You may have felt a little hesitant to go to your regularly scheduled dental appointments over the past year — understandably so. Still, keeping on top of your oral care is important, all year long. Here are some ways to stay on top of your oral health at home.
What’s better than hitting the shower after a long day — or night? It’s a time when you get to take care of yourself, tune out from the busy world, maybe tune in to your favorite music or podcast, and get some alone time, even if it’s short-lived. Whether you tend to take your shower in the morning or at night (or both), we are outlining what makes each time of day the right time of day.
Working from home has had plenty of benefits — more focus and productivity, less time on the roads, in our cars, in traffic, and better quality of life, in many ways — but with all of the time we spend in our sometimes makeshift work spaces, there can also be some costs. Holistic Chiropractor Dr. Jess shares some of the best practices for good work-from-home posture. She gives us practical and proven ways to avoid pain, soreness, and sedentary habits, so you can thrive, even more, during your day-to-day workday.