6 simple principles to crack the wellness code

Living well is an art, not a science, and it begins with looking after your health and making choices that lower your stress levels.

Below, is a selection of ideas you can implement today to start seeing positive changes in your mental and physical well-being.

Make your home a haven

Your home doesn’t need to look like something out of Architectural Digest to be a sanctuary — it just needs to be clean and tidy with some fresh air circulating.  

Proper ventilation has a range of benefits and can create good interpersonal vibes. Plants can be a big help at improving your indoor air and look great, too.

Having extra stuff lying around is stressful, and can pose a danger, especially to seniors, posing a fall risk. Make a point to spend 10 minutes picking up before you head to bed every night. That way, you wake up to a calm environment that sets the tone for the rest of the day. Do the same for your at-home workspace.

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Track your spending

Your financial health can affect your mind and body. Improvements in this area come down to reducing debt, finding ways to increase your income sustainably without suffering burnout, and living within your means.

Prioritize paying off high-interest loans, and draw up a budget and stick to it. Keep an eye on your spending, and turn saving into a game or family project. You’re likely to notice a little less weight on your shoulders before long.

Don’t consume too many empty calories

What you eat is fuel for your body. Make your food intake count by eating the rainbow (colorful fruits and veggies), and you may operate like a Ferrari on premium gasoline.

Empty calorie foods are high in sugar and solid fats and offer little in the way of nutrition. They include sodas, cookies, hot dogs, and candy bars.

Finally, stop drinking alcohol, or at least limit your intake, and that may be a game-changer for you.

Make exercise exciting

Move your body by doing the kinds of activities that are fun for you.

Sign up for a local yoga or boxing class, for example, if you need structure, accountability, or camaraderie to build a habit. Alternatively, head out for a hike, ride a bike, or hop on a paddleboat. Spending time in nature is part and parcel of a healthy lifestyle.

Exercise also helps you sleep well, and high-quality sleep is another piece of the wellness puzzle. 

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Flutter by social activities

Not everyone’s a social butterfly, but people have grown accustomed to minimal in-person interactions.

You may find yourself feeling too lazy to meet up with acquaintances, but socializing with friends and family can lift your mood and improve your physical health.

Be the person who organizes a no-fuss get-together, and it may be the best thing you do all week.

Forge good habits to thrive

Activities that combine the above principles reinforce new lifestyle choices and help you make cherished memories.

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Camille Johnson

By Camille Johnson

Camille Johnson created Bereaver after she went through the ups and downs of the bereavement process herself following the loss of her parents and husband. With the help of her friend who was also experiencing a loss of her own, she learned how to grieve the healthy way, and she wants to share that with others. There is no one way to grieve, but it is important to do it in a way that supports your physical and mental health throughout.