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26 Simple Wellness Tips for Healthy & Happy Living

Maintaining a healthy lifestyle might often feel like an impossible task that doesn't fit into the reality of everyday living. It's difficult to work full-time, eat properly, train for a marathon, prepare homemade juice, enjoy time with your family/partner, and meditate for an hour each day while also working.
Of course, healthy living may include all of these elements (if desired), but it does not have to be defined by excessive displays of health and fitness.
So much of healthy living is made of small things we do on a daily basis that may not seem significant at the time, but that, when done consistently over time, add up to enormous benefits.

26 wellness tips for healthy & happy living

Here are 26 simple tips to live a better, happier lifestyle that you may implement into your everyday routine:

1. Drink a full glass of water first thing in the morning. 

Coffee is OK, but rehydrating with a full glass of water is the greatest way to start your day. Hydrating first thing in the morning aids digestion, improves skin health, and increases energy levels.

2. Take the stairs rather than the elevator

Taking the stairs rather than the elevator is an easy method to include extra physical exercise into your daily routine. While you're doing it, it also strengthens and tones your legs and core.

3. Make half of your plate vegetables

Making half your plate vegetables at each meal is a simple trick for healthy eating (and portion management). The vegetables are high in vital vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients that are beneficial to one's health and lifespan. They also help to improve digestion (aka keep you regular!) and keep you feeling fuller for longer because they're high in fiber.

4. Have regular walks

Experts recommand 10.000 steps daily for significant physical and mental health benefits. We recommand to use a fitness tracker to track your daily steps.

5. Switch to non-toxic household cleaning products

Traditional household cleaning products are loaded with toxic chemicals that are bad for our health (and the health of our children and pets!). Changing to healthier options is an easy approach to decrease your home's exposure to environmental pollutants.

6. Use non-toxic skincare + personal care products

Conventional skincare and personal care products, like cleaning products, are created with harmful chemicals that we shouldn't allow our bodies' biggest organ absorb on a regular basis. Switch to non-toxic personal care and cosmetic items to reduce your harmful burden on your body (see our specific recommendations on deodorant, sunscreen, and green beauty products).

7. Take a probiotic daily

Digestive health, skin health, immunity, mental health, and other factors are all influenced by gut health. One of the easiest things you can do to improve your gut health is to take a daily probiotic with a glass of water every morning (which, in turn, boosts overall health in many ways too). Learn more about probiotics and how to incorporate them into your diet.

8. Eat good food

Aim to eat genuine meals produced from natural foods that you would find in your own cupboard or that your grandparents would recognize. (Sorry, but this rules out most packaged meals!) This isn't the same as advising you to consume just "good foods" (many of which are becoming increasingly processed!). Unprocessed food like an apple, cucumber, soybeans, or beef are considered “real food,” as are goods loosely processed from one (or few) real-food elements, such as butter, olive oil, yogurt, tofu, and so on. To put it another way, go for meals that you could make in your own home rather than those that can only be created in a lab.

9. Stand up every 30 min while working

Standing up and moving about for a minute or two every half hour can help to reduce the negative effects of sitting (like at your desk job).

10. Exercice regularly

Every day, make an effort to sweat in some way, whether it's through jogging, bicycling, dancing, hot yoga, or any other physical activity you like. More exercise ideas, as well as tips and methods for incorporating regular physical activity into your everyday life and a downloadable fitness planner to help you remain on track, may be found in our Fitness Guide.

11. Drink a green smoothie or juice daily

Green smoothies or juice as a snack or a quick on-the-go breakfast are a quick and easy way to get your greens.

12. Get sunlight exposure every day

Sunlight is one of our greatest sources of vitamin D, which is one of the most vital elements for general health. Aim for 30 minutes of sunshine every day, especially in the afternoon and without sunscreen. You don't get much sun in the winter where you live? Supplementing with a vitamin D supplement and/or other dietary sources of this vital mineral may be beneficial.

13. Fill your home with plants

Houseplants helps to purify your indoor air, they're attractive, and studies suggest that they enhance mood, creativity, and problem solving!

14. Work hard + be kind

Enough said!

15. Cultivate and keep a positive mindset

“The only difference between a good day and a bad day is your attitude.” This is true—mindset is everything! Recognize negative thinking patterns and replace them with positive ideas or affirmations to cultivate a positive attitude.

16. Get quality sleep

The average adult need 7-9 hours of sleep every night. But, in addition to quantity, sleep quality is also important! Keep your bedroom cool at night and avoid blue light after dark for obtaining a good night's sleep.

17. Keep a healthy morning routine

Start your day with things that make you feel good, whether you want to feel inspired, calm, productive, or something else.

18. Keep a healthy teeth and gum

Floss your teeth at least once a day for optimum dental and general health. Not only does flossing every day preserve your teeth and gums, but it also helps with immunity and heart health.

19. Spend some time alone

Spending time alone on a regular basis allows you to get to know and keep in touch with yourself (we're all continuously evolving!). Alone time allows you to assess how you're doing and what you desire in order to live your most deliberate life. Hiking, going for a walk or run, meditating, or even sunbathing are all beneficial ways to spend alone time for some people. ☀️

20. Do thing you enjoy

This is often neglected as an important aspect of healthy living—doing something you like every day! Whether it's exercising, baking, creating, reading a book, or watching TV, set aside time each day to do something you like.

21. Choose organic foods when possible

There are a million health, environmental, and social reasons to eat organic foods, so we'll just point you to the more thorough page mentioned and remind you to do so whenever feasible. They are healthier for you, the environment, and the agricultural laborers who provide your food.

22. Smile often

Smiling is good for your physical and mental health (it's true! ), so try to smile as much as possible during the day.

23. Manage your stress

Both your physical and emotional health are harmed by chronic stress. Learn about your stress triggers (things that make you feel anxious, either immediately or over time) and stress releases (things that can help you relax when you're stressed) so you can deal with stress more effectively and maintain a healthy level of stress.

24. Intermittent fasting can trigger weight loss

Intermittent fasting is more of an eating habit than a diet. It offers numerous health advantages, including the ability to reduce inflammation and contribute to lifespan, as well as the ability to aid accelerate metabolism and support weight reduction.

25. Practice gratitude

Every day, express gratitude—whether it's when you wake up, before you go to bed, or during your lunch break at work. Here are some of our favorite thankfulness-related suggestions, as well as a list of the physical and mental health advantages of practicing appreciation on a regular basis.

26. It's preferable to take a short walk than to take no walk at all

When it comes to living a healthy lifestyle, doing anything small is preferable than doing nothing at all. Take a quick walk around the block if you want to go for a walk but don't have time for an hour-long walk. A 5-minute stroll is preferable to none at all!
Also, remember that you don't have to accomplish everything at once.

You'll be more inclined to do activities that you like.

So, take note of which of these healthy living suggestions appeals to you the most and begin there!

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