Camille Styles

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Your To-Do List to Make 2018 Your Healthiest Year Ever

January 3rd, 2018

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January’s upon us, and while we don’t exactly ascribe to the “new year, new you” mentality (’cause you’re already amazing just the way you are), it’s the perfect time to take stock of which areas in our lives could use a tune-up. With each year that goes by, I’m even more convinced that good health is key to our vitality — and is at the core of an energized, happy life. While our diets undoubtedly play a major role in our overall health, it’s just as important to take a look at our lifestyles as a whole: stress management, relationships, and sleep are absolutely fundamental to feeling (and looking) our best. Keep scrolling for 14 simple ideas to put into practice this year that will help you achieve your best health yet. Some of these are habits that I’ve wholly integrated into my life with great results, while others are a continual work in progress for me. But I can guarantee that if you consistently add a few of them to your routine, by the time 2019 rolls around you’ll be lighter, stronger, calmer — and squeezing every drop of goodness out of life.

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  1. Jolene says:

    All really fantastic reminders! This is one of those posts that warrants bookmarking and rereading throughout the year, or at least for me. No matter how often these to-do’s are recommended, turning them into actual habits takes commitment and sometimes renewed focus. Thanks, Camille!

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  3. Ripple says:

    I think I just need to make some sticky notes out of every single things mentioned in your post. I really want that healthy lifestyle this year and I’m going to get it. I just don’t know why I have so little motivation this week. 🙁

    With kindness,

  4. Diana says:

    Totally bookmarking this post and reminding myself of these tips on a weekly basis!

    Diana |

  5. I usually roll my eyes at the typical New Year’s resolutions but I really like these suggestions. Especially the one about picking a physical activity that you can enjoy and doesn’t feel like a chore. Most people make some kind of crazy resolution like “I’m going to start doing Crossfit 6x a week!”. I also like the focus on meditation, mindfulness, and gratitude. We often get the impression that mental health isn’t important because there isn’t much of a business behind it. How rare is it if we were to see a commercial or advertisement telling you to take a breath but we see media with all kinds of “things” to buy to improve our physical health.

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