Contributed by Denise Daub
On Making Time for Wellness by Melissa Stephenson
“Health and wellness” is something we all want at some level. But when push comes to shove, it’s easy to prioritize everything else over it-work, social time, “down time” in front of the TV or browsing the Internet. The intention is good, but something gets in the way of acting on it.
Of course, in order to actually reap the benefits of our intended health, we need to turn those intentions into actions.
Here’s how to prioritize wellness in your daily life: