Have a Weekend of Wellness

For much of this week, I have been under the weather. It peaked today and I am trying to take all the vitamin C, elderberry and tea that I can handle. It’s an uphill battle and a feeling that I hope to be rid of by the end of the weekend.

One of my focuses over the weekend is to create a blog post calendar that allows me to create more meaningful content that carries the themes I would like to discuss. With that said, I am working on being more vulnerable with you my readers, because I feel that I will create better content that way.

This week, I rediscovered my Fitbit and read a great post by Mindi Masters 8 Steps to Reaching Your Wellness Potential. I have to say I used to be resistant to such devices, but it really has been a great addition to my wellness and wellbeing.

I am able to see how I am doing on my sleep. I now do about four of the two to five minute breathing exercises per day. I am more conscious of centering my energy and really creating a calm and more peaceful feeling within myself.

To help my body feel better and to even sleep, I have been doing the 15 minute Beginner Flexibility Routine from Tom Merrick. Also, the most healing video I have found lately that for anxiety that usually leaves me in tears is the Goodful 10-Minute Meditation for Anxiety. It is so soul cleansing that even if you don’t suffer from anxiety, it will help.

After stretching and meditating, it’s a perfect time to put your feelings on paper. I find that things flow more easily after a good stretch and some meditation. Make use of that notebook or journal that has just sat in that back corner.

Let’s all grab 2021 by the horns and really take charge of our physical, mental and emotional wellness.

Please share! What are your wellness activities for the weekend?

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