Spring into wellness with simple additions to your routines. The transition of seasons is a great motivator to try new health habits because of
warmer weather, brighter skies, and blooming flowers. See the tips below for a few wellness suggestions you can add to your routine this spring.
Create a healthy morning routine.
The morning is one of the most important parts of the day because it sets the tone for how it will go. Incorporate healthy habits into your morning routine to begin your day with intention and productivity. Some healthy habits you can start your morning with are exercise, eating a nutritional breakfast, or a stress-relief activity like reading or spending time with your pet.
Mindfulness is a pivotal practice for a healthy lifestyle. It helps you manage stress, reduce anxiety, and experience more happiness in the present moment. Try practicing mindfulness in moments throughout your day. It can be as little as 10 minutes. Some activities to practice
mindfulness include coloring, meditating, and yoga.
Engage in an outdoor activity.
Research has shown that spending time outdoors helps reduce stress and anxiety and can help manage symptoms of depression. This time can be as simple as taking your dog on a walk, hiking, taking pictures of nature or the city, or working in your garden. Make it a goal to spend at least 10 minutes in nature each day this spring.
Engage in self-care.
Self-care is not a luxury. It is necessary for a healthy lifestyle and wellbeing. Practicing self-care boosts emotional and mental wellbeing and self-worth. Make it a priority this spring to practice self-care for at least 15 minutes per day. Practicing self-care can include reading a book, getting a massage, doing an activity that you enjoy, or watching an episode of your