5 Easy Ways to Recharge this Christmas
We know by now that they can become somewhat of an addiction, so ideally placing them out of sight will help us to forget about them for a little while and be more present as we enjoy other activities with our family.
If we have younger children, this is also a great ways to set an example and practice what we so often preach!
The lead up to Christmas can be hectic and this year even more so. Allow your body and mind to rest fully. Take time out, sit, watch your favourtie movie, Bring out your favourite books or magazines and set aside quite time to recharge.
A lovely bath with candles is always a wonderful gift to our bodies and mind too! Add in a few lovely salts and you will feel the benefits.
3.Walk & Fresh AirWe all know the benefits of walking and fresh air. Experts tell us that a few 10 minute walks throughout our day can boost our mental wellbeing as well as a all the physical health benefits including boosting our metabolism.
So have those walking shoes and warm coats ready and enjoy daily time in nature.
4. Create a Routine
An evening routine can be a wonderful way to wind down at the end fo the day. If you haven’t got one already, then now is the perfect time to create one for the year ahead.
We all know that our screens are bad for us and disrupt our sleep, affecting our abilty to drift off into a deep slumer. So turning off the phone after 7pm and enjoying a book, bath or gentle yoga are some good ideas you can start now so that they become a new, healthy habit for the year ahead
5. Have Fun!Laughter is always the best medicine and of course at Christmas this is the most important part of the holidays. Whether on a family zoom or playing board games at home. Make sure that you have a lot of fun this festive period.
We all need a lot more laughter.
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