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"Take Care of Your Body, It's the Only Place You Have to Live." Jim Rohn
Let's take a holistic approach to living well. I have come to the realization that wellness is about more than what we eat; it is about nourishing our mind, body and spirit. A holistic approach for living has been the foundation of my wellness journey as I sparred with Lyme disease. It has also inspired "Nourish.Breathe.Thrive". When we take the time to pause and breathe, we offer ourselves the opportunity to assess the moment for what it is, and we give ourselves the space to make a decision that may differ from our norm. Comprehensive wellness allows us to live more consciously. We become conscious of our food choices, our stressors, and the many opportunities we can create to clean up our lives. From the personal care products we use to de-cluttering our spaces and our minds, this is the area where I am eager to share wellness tips that aren't just about food.
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