Don’t forget to eat well. One of the things we know about people is that we are prone to take the easy route when faced with options. In terms of food this means convenient, but often less healthy, choices that require less effort to prepare. To improve your well-being take time to make yourself healthy food. This has the dual benefit of giving you a meaningful task to accomplish and providing nutrients your body can use to promote wellness.
Get active! It’s easy to fall into a rut of spending all day on electronics with most summer events and activities cancelled. But, exercise is a key component of mental wellness. Find 30 minutes each day, to get active. Take a walk, work out, or go for a hike. You will feel better and your body will thank you.