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Step by Step Guide to Creating a Personal Wellness Routine

Getting healthy is a journey. It is more than looking better in a swim suit or losing a few pounds. Becoming truly healthy incorporates mental, physical and spiritual well-being. A good place to start getting healthy is developing a personal wellness routine and no you don't need a personal trainer, a private chef and a nutritionist to start the journey. You just need to make a commitment to making a few simple changes that can help you improve your mindset and health.

1. Get adequate rest: Aim for 7-8 hours of sleep each night and establish a consistent bedtime routine.

2. Exercise: Aim for at least 30 minutes of physical activity 4-5 times a week to improve physical health, reduce stress, and boost overall mental wellbeing.

3. Eat a balanced diet: Eating a variety of nutrient rich foods can boost energy levels and optimize physical and mental health.

4. Breathe: Practicing mindful breathing techniques can reduce anxiety, improve coping skills, and increase relaxation.

5. Incorporate fun activities: Find enjoyable activities like outdoor recreation, music, art, journaling, or hobbies that can relax the mind and body.

6. Connect with others: Spend time with friends and family or engage in positive relationships to foster a sense of community and belonging.

7. Unplug: Take a break from technology and make time for yourself to become more aware of the present moment and what it needs from you.

8. Find an outlet: Find a creative outlet, such as writing, painting, or photography, that can help you express yourself and manage stress.

9. Practice self-care: Take regular time for yourself to practice self-compassion, gratitude, and mindfulness, or to pamper yourself.

10.Give back: Research and engage in activities that help your local community or support a meaningful cause.

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