Week 7 - List Things that Make You Feel Healthy - Mind, Body & Soul
Health is a big thing these days, and now that I'm entering my mid-20s (cue freak-out montage), my health is becoming something I'm more interested in. Eating broccoli used to be a chore - now I'm really good at sneaking veggies into a variety of dishes. I even floss now! And a few years ago, I had to do a lot of quick-learning about how to take care of my mind and spirit in addition to caring for my physical well-being. Here's my list:
+ reading challenging or thought-provoking books + discussing books or theology with friends + writing letters + long drives + brain games +watching Vlogbrothers "Thoughts from Places" videos + reading blogs that present clear arguments on various topics that allow me to think critically + getting my daily work done and the satisfaction of being productive +getting my thoughts and reflections out in my journal
+ getting plenty of sleep + drinking water + taking vitamins + going for walks by myself + drinking tea (green) + riding my bike around the neighborhood + stretching in the morning and before bed + making sure to get fruits or veggies in at every meal and snack break + doing yoga + dancing while I clean the house
+ long baths + watching movies that genuinely make me laugh + staying up late or getting up early to read, write, and pray + listening to happy music + being fully present at mass and adoration + buying flowers for the kitchen table + hugs + singing + dancing with abandon + saying the Rosary
|sorry again for the bad lighting - I keep trying to fix them but then they go fuzzy and...|
well, iPhones probably aren't the best blog photographers
So those are the things that make me feel like a healthy individual. What healthy habits can you work into your day? I'm gonna go drink a nice, tall glass of water.
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