2020 is not an easy time to look back on. For many of us, anxiety, isolation and loss were frequent companions. But, if nothing else, 2020 served up countless lessons, which, had there been no pandemic, might have taken a lifetime to learn. Talk about a learning curve!
: If nothing else, all these pandemic months have shown us all too clearly just how important health really is, driving the point home in no uncertain terms. Yes, be it physical, mental or emotional, your health truly is everything, and self-care is the way forward for all of us in 2021 and beyond. To inspire your wellness journey for the months ahead, to follow are a few of my favorite podcasts and books to keep you motivated.
Short days, grey skies and the long nights of winter can push even the sunniest souls among us to the breaking point. Add cold, snow and a global pandemic to the mix and moods can get, well, a little grim. But it is possible to beat back the metaphorical darkness, by implementing a few sanity-saving strategies – stat.
If you’ve never had any problems in your body and your feet feel fine, you may wonder why you should be even thinking about them? Prevention is key. Statistically speaking 75% of Americans will develop foot problems at some point in their lives and 83% of these problems will become chronic. Why wait to be a part of this statistic, when you can avoid it now?