Healthy eating: When you’re lagging, it’s tempting to resort to the fastest, easiest food possible. Just remember, that can mean a simple meal in the crockpot, rather than the fast food joint on the corner.
— Deanna Brewer (@wildDD22) June 16, 2015
Regular physical exercise: The key is to make physical activity a regular part of your day, whether that’s a brisk walk, using stairs rather than an elevator, or cleaning the house. Aim for a minimum of 30 minutes each day.
— Lina the chaplaincy & parish hound (@LinaHound) February 3, 2018
Reduce stress: We each have our own means and methods (for me, it’s cozy mysteries, coloring, and doing puzzles), but knowing one’s guilty pleasures and indulging in them helps maintain some semblance of sanity.
— Toby, Henry & Me 🌻 (@AolCatherine) January 25, 2018
Time management: If you’re saying, “There just isn’t enough time!!!” on a regular basis, it may be time to take stock of your priorities and goals to ensure you’re not biting off more than you can chew or just plain procrastinating.
— Polly vom Rusteberg (@Basset_Polly) February 1, 2018
Relaxation: This is not to be confused with lounging on the couch or general laziness; it is an active process that leaves one relaxed, whether it’s massage, yoga, Tai chi, or just the practice of tensing and relaxing one’s muscles.
— ChristianneMcGee (@ChristianneMcGe) May 26, 2013
Mindfulness: The act of “awareness without judgment of what is, via direct and immediate experience”. It’s the difference between eating and savoring; between listening and hearing; between seeing and noticing.
— Polly vom Rusteberg (@Basset_Polly) February 5, 2018
Avoiding compassion fatigue: Avoiding is not the same as avoidance. Knowing your limits, asking for help, and recognizing that no one person can do it alone makes compassion fatigue much less likely.
— Shopper Liz (@Shopper_Liz) January 25, 2018
Assertiveness: Direct, honest communication, as well as setting boundaries, make for a healthier, happier person.
— Dominik Doherty (@DominikDoherty) June 5, 2017
And remember, when we work together, our voices will be heard. #StrongerTogether
— Jolee (@JoleeMockler) February 3, 2018
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