“Wellness is not a ‘medical fix’ but a way of living – a lifestyle sensitive and responsive to all the dimensions of body, mind, and spirit, an approach to life we each design to achieve our highest potential for well-being now and forever.” – Greg Anderson
“Gaining control over your health and well-being is one of those times in your life that you get to be completely selfish and not feel bad about it. If you want to meet your goals, you have to make it about you. You have to make it work for you and you alone. Anything less is a setup for failure.”— Jennifer Hudson
“Just because you’re not sick doesn’t mean you’re healthy. Good health is not just the absence of pain or disease but positively feeling good in the whole of our being, and therefore includes lifestyle, mental attitude, and ways of relating to all living beings and nature.” – Peter Shepherd
“To ensure good health: eat lightly, breathe deeply, live moderately, cultivate cheerfulness, and maintain an interest in life.” – William Londen
“Your body hears everything your mind says.” – Naomi Judd
“The human body is the best picture of the human soul.” – Ludwig Wittgenstein
“When diet is wrong, medicine is of no use. When diet is correct, medicine is of no need”. – Ayurvedic Proverb
“Healthy does NOT mean starving yourself EVER. Healthy means eating the right food in the right amount”. – Karen Salmansohn
What was I forced to give up and what did I choose to? How did COVID-19 impact my life?
These were questions that arose as I conducted my year-at-a-glance review.
When COVID-19 crept into our world, it was a slow, insidious process for many. We listened to scientific experts and watched the news, yet I’m not certain if we fully grasped the impact it would have on our lives.
Then in what seemed like the blink of an eye, the pandemic hit hard. Fast and furious replaced the slow and insidious. There was conflicting information and data. Non-essential workers went home with their must-have business tools to conduct their professional lives. What we thought would be a week or maybe a month transformed into what we now refer to as ‘the new normal’ – twelve plus months later. Continue reading “Pandemic relief for those who let themselves go.”