In no particular order, these are 10 things that has a positive impact in my life:
1. Roomba Keeping my floors clean. Clean floors mean a decluttered mind. It also motivates me to do more yoga.
2. New Chiropractor I found a holistic chiropractor in my area. He is incredible, and I am seeing incredible improvement in my bodily health, and a shift in my mentality towards physical health overall. That mentality change has been instrumental in how I am approaching my health! This is my fifth chiropractor, and I can't recommend him enough: Adam Bletsoe.
3. Basketball Getting back into basketball has been a huge thing for me...rediscovering my hobbies, and getting some fun cardio in my life. I've had problems in my right ankle for years now, which made me hesitant to be explosive with my right foot. All my work with the chiropractor, yoga, and working out has helped me feel much more comfortable and safe on the court.
4. Business Coach Stephanie Pellett is incredible! She really keep me accountable to my business goals…and keeps me accountable to keep creating more mental health content for you. Not to mention, she's all about the slowpreneur life, reminding me to rest and take care of myself.
5. Coffee Shops I love my coffee shops. It’s home away from home, where I can do work, read, or just daydream a bit!
6. Denik Journals The art on the covers of these journals is stunning. And the quality of the paper and the journal construction is exactly what I need to keep me excited and motivated to journal.
7. Sunlight I don’t do well when there’s no sun. It really affects my mood. I’m super grateful for the warm sun super charging my brain and body!
8. Yoga This is a crucial part of my recovery from chronic body pains. I really feel it when I miss my yoga days! I can’t exactly say I love doing yoga, but I definitely love the impact it has on my body!
9. Google Calendar I have essentially off-loaded my life onto Google Calendar, which has allowed me to clear my brain from having to remember tasks and events. No more nagging worries that I’m forgetting to do something, or having to remember a task three months from now!
10. Working out I started working out as part of my recovery from chronic pain. But nowadays, it makes me happy to see the modest muscle gains. I feel stronger and sexier!
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