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5 Easy Ways to Improve Your Wellbeing and Mental Health

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Maintaining your wellbeing is one of the most important things to prioritize in your life, but it can sometimes seem overwhelming or challenging to make it a daily priority. Life can undoubtedly get busy, but that doesn’t mean self-care and your own personal happiness should take a back seat to any other commitments you have going on in your day-to-day. If you are unsure of how to improve the overall quality of your wellbeing, take a look at 5 simple suggestions that are sure to make a massive impact.

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Save Your Vision and Other Ways To Stay Healthy This Year

 March is Save Your Vision Month. Vision is a vital part of wellbeing. Learn more about helping your vision and maintaining health and wellbeing all spring.

We’re over two months into the New Year. How are your New Year’s resolutions, the goals, intentions, and promises you made to yourself? Have you lost sight of them? Many people make health-related resolutions; whether it’s to make better-eating choices, exercise more, or quit smoking, many people look to the new year to better their wellbeing. However, more than half of people that set resolutions for themselves usually don’t stick to them. Studies have shown that focusing on smaller, more attainable goals can help you achieve a larger goal by the end of the year. Now that it’s March, I’m here to help you stay on track this year with smaller ideas to keep you motivated in the next few months!

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Does Sitting on the Couch at an Athletic Club Count as Going to the Gym?


Right now I have a wonderful room with a view. Seated on a smooth leather couch with deep, soft cushions, I can see calm blue water through the picture window in front of me. If I get hungry or thirsty, I can stroll over to the deli counter and order myself something nourishing. This would be great if I were actually on vacation. Unfortunately, I’m not on vacation. The calm blue water isn’t a tropical lagoon. It’s a lap pool. I’m at the gym my son and I belong to. He’s working out. I’m just working.
Sitting in the lobby with a computer on my lap isn’t quite what I had in mind when I said I wanted to go to the gym. I joined for physical health, mental health, family bonding, and connection with others. I enjoy increasing both heart rate and endorphins. Exercise enhances wellbeing and improves lives. Does it count when I go to the gym but sit on a couch rather than on exercise equipment?

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