Just because we may not physically be there for our mothers doesn't mean we can't send her a gift. And what says "I love you" and "thanks for being my mom" more than a health and wellness-focused present?
With the weekend approaching, we've been thinking a lot about what it means to rest. More specifically, what does it mean to rest well? To recover? To give our bodies, minds, and souls a place to retreat?
Take this as a friendly reminder. A permission slip, if you need one. Eat the cookie. Watch the holiday movie without feeling guilty about skipping the gym. Embrace and enjoy all that is this season. We know we are.
Whether your vacation time is in full swing or you are trying to get everything done before the calendar rolls over for the new year, here are ways to nourish your body and ground yourself in wellness this holiday season:
According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, more than 40 million adults suffer from anxiety and depression in the United States. Mental illness in our country, as well as in many other countries around the globe, is a massive problem that must be addressed.