It’s that time of the year again when just having enough oomph to get through the day is a challenge. Did you know that feeling exhausted has its own acronym, TATT – “Tired All The Time”.
We are constantly pushed to make beyond bread-and-butter ideas and to indulge in “off-the-wall” concepts … it can be exhausting. Thing is, fatigue tends to snowball, gradually worsening until you feel like a hamster on an exercise wheel – exhausted and losing steam, but not getting anywhere. In the current climate, it’s so easy to feel overwhelmed; the psychological and physical effects of lockdown are well documented. But living in a perpetual state of fear and stress is not sustainable.
It’s time to hit the “refresh” button on hopes and dreams. It’s time to take inventory and to reflect on life holistically. What has made your body and mind feel healthy and strong in the past and how can you get back there?
When most of us think of wellness, one of the first things that come to mind is going to the gym and eating more salads – you saw this coming, right?! However, there’s much more to wellness than diet and exercise.
Our lives are illuminated and transformed by the small things we choose to do every day.
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