Daily Practice

I’ve previously mentioned the impact our mental and emotional wellbeing, and our experiences, beliefs and expectations can have on our physical body and overall health.

A daily practice of physical activity, rest and movement can do wonders for the body, but we also need to take care of the mind.

Here’s a little daily practice I got from Rachel Hollis, an entrepreneur and motivational business speaker.

Hopefully it will help you focus on the progress you HAVE made, reimagine the dreams you WILL realize and provide a map for a goal you CAN control and chip away at.

Remember the post from a couple of weeks ago; “A little progress each day adds up to big results!”.

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