Exercise routinesStudies show that exercise is good for your body, mind, and spirit. Light aerobic exercises like jogging, swimming, or walking boost mood-enhancing endorphins and reduce anxiety and depression. They’re a relatively simple and painless way to get moving, start your blood flowing, and lift your spirits.
Take some journaling time and plan out daily exercises for the coming week. Then, after each exercise session, reflect on how you feel and write it down in your journal. You could also spend time to write down the different reasons you are grateful for your physical health.
MealsWe’ve all seen the memes and the lighthearted jokes about the impact of COVID-19 and quarantine on our diets. And honestly, it makes sense – as our collective world has been upended by the virus, we’ve sought comfort wherever we can find it. For many, that comfort comes from eating beloved foods, which are often high in salt, fat, and calories.
If you want to get your diet back on track, use a productivity planner to map out your meals for the coming week. Make sure each meal includes a nice variety of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains! You should also load up on foods that are high in fibre and protein, as they will keep you full and energized for a long time.
COVID-19 and quarantine have been hard on us all, but we have the opportunity now to make some positive changes. If you’re looking to include more exercise or a more balanced diet into your life, shop our selection of planners and journals now.