We’re living in new territory right now, and I want to continue to spread this message of gratitude, in support of our local community. This topic is a little unusual for me, but I’ve been thinking about how recent events highlighted just how truly connected we all are.
“Wellness” means a lot of things, and it encompasses so many areas of our lives.
Community and connection definitely fall under that umbrella.
The past couple of months have been unprecedented (at least in our lifetime). Communities around the world have done an amazing job of pulling together.
Let’s continue that by supporting the small businesses that make our own local community so great.
These businesses are owned by people who support our local youth sports teams … who step up for fundraisers … who provide jobs … and who are an important part of our local fabric in so many ways! Years from now, we’ll look back in hindsight and feel proud of how we all pulled together by supporting each other!
Feeling like you don’t have time to exercise is NOT an excuse to skip your workouts. Because workouts are THAT important for your health!
And by action, I mean enjoying outdoor activities, having fun with family or friends, sports, adventures, and being able to EASILY go through your daily activities – with energy to spare!
You are in for a good one today …. because I’m going to answer one of my MOST ASKED QUESTIONS in this email. “What should I eat before my workout to get the best results?”
Before the pandemic, the number of people who said they often felt tired was around 43% and during the pandemic that number shot up to 60%. Because the truth is, many everyday habits can actually leave you feeling tired.