FRUITS AND VEGGIES FOR YOGA
One time a week, replace a processed snack (granola bar, crackers, low quality chocolate) with a fresh piece of fruit.
Everyone knows the importance of getting your daily intake of veggies but what if you struggle with the way some vegetables taste? Add your favourite high quality (olive oil based and no sugar) based salad dressing or melt some high quality raw cheese on your veggies. Create a win/win situation!
The data is clear, overconsumption of red meat is related to higher blood pressure and an increase of heart disease. Make a small shift with meatless Mondays. For more information, visit meatlessmondays.com
Commit to thirty minutes one time a week to explore a creative outlet that you have ignored in your life. Get the paints out, take a dance class, or sing along to your favourite song. Get the juices flowing.
In our modern world our human interactions often seem to be devoid of real intimacy and a feeling of not truly being connected. Carve out a spacious time to connect with a friend or your partner in a way that will foster a real feeling of being together. Share genuinely, listen to someone, welcome vulnerability, and go out and appreciate an artistic craft which often invokes a sense of belonging.
Take time to notice the effects of the small shifts you end up making in your life. Journal and reflect on the impact one small degree of change can have today!