Summer is the perfect time to achieve your wellness and health goals, and form habits that make big changes, year round. Warmer weather and long sunny days make you want to get out of the house rather than sit on your couch and watch TV (except for when Bachelor in Paradise is on), and you have acce
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Summer is the perfect time to achieve your wellness and health goals, and form habits that make big changes, year round. Warmer weather and long sunny days make you want to get out of the house rather than sit on your couch and watch TV (except for when Bachelor in Paradise is on), and you have access to organic produce so fresh that they make salads actually “delicious” Getting healthy will feel as easy as lounging in a swan float by the pool (well, not as easy, but you get the point).
Since a majority of the last year has been spent at home, we have been resorting to comfort food, but also experimenting a lot. This includes grandmother’s favourite recipes, age-old cooking methods, the art of pickling, baking and last but not the least, innovations. From Dalgona Coffee to mug cakes, there is a lot that has been experimented as people were left with very little to do. Perhaps, that is one of the reasons why our social media feed is showcasing more and more people recreating recipes from their mothers’ cookbooks, donning their vintage-style aprons, baking their own bread, pickling salads in mason jars and preparing jams from scratch.
According to reports, summer 2021 will be hotter than normal, with the hottest periods in early and mid-June, early to mid-July, and early to mid-August. So it becomes even more important to take care of ourselves. It’s not just about getting fit physically but it’s about having a holistic wellness routine that will be the most beneficial. In this episode, I am going to be sharing a few things that I incorporate in my daily routine with respect to physical wellbeing. As and how weeks pass by, I will tap into all the other areas of my wellness routine from mental, emotional and the de-cutter!! I am super excited to introduce the ‘Summer wellness’ series that I am doing in the entire month of April. I am also going to share my personal journey (so do follow me on Instagram, my username is happinessprojectstudio – I would love for you guys to participate, tag along, ask questions as and how I go throughout the month with this journey.
So there are four categories that I am going to be focusing on –
1. Physical Wellbeing
2. Mental Wellbeing
3. Emotional Wellbeing
4. De-cluttering your space
The idea here is to keep it as personal and as raw as possible. And to remember that wellness is all about finding what works best for you.
With respect to Physical wellbeing, there are four things that I personally believe are important for me to get my physical well-being into place – Movement, Hydration, Going Colourful with Food and Sleep/Rest.
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