Daylight Savings — the one day a year where your wish for more hours in the day comes true — is just around the corner.
While I do not fully understand the rationale for converting to daylight savings time, I fully appreciate the gift of an extra hour.
And as a bonafide hater of time wasting, I’m giving you inspiration on what you can do with your extra time to make you feel your best.
1. Meditate (+ F R E Eguided meditation)
The number one reason folks give me for not meditating? They don’t have time.
Guess what? This weekend you will have a whole 60 minutes extra. And what can you do with 10 of those? Meditate!
You know I am a huge fan of meditation and have previously discussed it’s scientific-basis. If you want to feel more peaceful, relaxed, and centered meditation is for you. Check out this post to learn more.
And to make meditation as simple as possible, this week I’m posting a FREE guided meditation. All you have to do is find a comfortable seat and press play. I’ve got the rest!
I’d love to hear how this works for you, so please drop me a line and let me know.
Whatever you enjoy doing — walking, hiking, biking, running, Zumba-ing, yoga-ing — just do it!
Grab a friend or do it by yourself. Just get your blood pumping — it will make you feel (and look) better.
Other benefits include decreased stress, decreased blood pressure, and decreased risk of chronic disease (such as diabetes).
I’m imaging some fist-pumping from you with this one.
Sleep is an incredibly important determinant of health that is often ignored. Your brain literally needs sleep to perform optimally and to help you feel your best.
I recently attended a training from an expert sleep physician. The bottom line? When it comes to health, sleep is as important (if not MORE) as diet and exercise.
You can expect more sleep info coming your way, but for now take my word for it.
Start your week off right by trying one of these three options. You’re mind and body will thank you.
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Sending you light until next time,