Nourish Yourself, Inside & Out
Hello, thank you for browsing my website and welcome to my new blog! My goal here is to publish and share articles and tools to help you on your journey towards being your happiest, healthiest, most energised self and to get you excited about the process! Because being “juicy” and living your natural potential for wellness is exciting, right!?
So, whether you’ve started your juicy journey (yay!) and you’re on The Juicy Life Program, in The Juicy Circle, or working with me privately, or whether you’re just starting to look into it more, here’s an idea of how to start nourishing your mind, body and soul from the inside-out with something we can all fit into our lives.
Make one small change from the below list this month. Just one.
Look at your life and be honest with yourself: what do you think you need most of these four things?
- Eat more wholefoods
- Drink more water
- Get more exercise
- Sleep more, stress less
What “more” means depends on how you currently live your life, what you think you can manage, and where you believe you’ll benefit most. It’s completely tailorable to you. The important thing is to set realisable goals, plan your road-map to achieving those goals, make yourself accountable by telling people you love what you’re doing, and then just go for it and celebrate your wins!
Here are some ideas:
- Drink a big glass of water when you wake up in the morning
- Park further away from the office
- Get on the bus a stop later (and off a stop earlier)
- Go for a walk and talk with a colleague during your lunch break
- Do 50 squats while you brush your teeth
- Go to bed 30 minutes earlier
- Take a 5-minute breathing break in the middle of the day to relieve stress
- Make time for a 5-10 minute stretch before bed or first thing in the morning
- Replace starchy carbs with a multi-coloured salad
- Cook more meals at home
- Drink a veggie-loaded balanced smoothie
- Keep a large water bottle with you and when in doubt, drink!
- Get up and walk for 3 minutes every couple of hours
One small change can be all it takes to get the ball rolling.