With all the added stressors going on around us, we could all use a mood boost, and the good news is that there are lots of things we can do to help set the tone for a more upbeat and positive day.
With cooler weather upon us, you may be looking forward to getting outside more often, and turns out, it may actually be more beneficial for our overall health than we think. Research suggests that getting outside in the fresh air daily comes with some benefits we can’t ignore.
We’re sharing five ways to help boost mood and productivity so we all can go into summer feeling a bit more upbeat.
By the time that 2 or 3 pm hour hits, many of us deal with a sudden energy slump and tend to reach for that third cup of coffee. But, what if there was a better way to support all day energy levels without feeling those post-caffeine jitters?
We’re sharing how some spring cleaning may be able to give you that mood and productivity boost we all could use after the cold, long winter.
Vitamin D is a hot topic this time of year as more people are relying on it to boost their immune system and ward off the cold and flu. However, vitamin D does much more than just keep our immune system strong, it’s also really beneficial for warding off the winter blues.
If you’ve been feeling sluggish, irritable, and just downright fatigued lately, it may be time for a diet tune-up. Nutrition plays a much larger role in our overall mood than most of us know. The foods we eat every single day have the potential to leave us feeling worn down, or give us a nice boost of energy, mental clarity, and boost our mood.
Did you know that the foods you eat impact your health not only physically but mentally as well? Diet plays a huge role in how we feel each and every day, and while some foods can give you lots of energy and boost your overall mood, other foods will have the opposite effect.
Do you find yourself overwhelmed, stressed, and constantly wondering how you are going to get everything done on your to-do list? So many of us live a life with a full plate with little to no time for self-care. Often times this happens because we are so used to saying yes to everything that comes our way. While it’s normal to want to please the ones we love around us, sometimes saying no can be the best thing for your physical and mental health. In this post, we are going to look at why saying no more can lead to a happier life and how you can get used to saying no when something no longer serves you and your life.
If you’re feeling burnt out, tired, and just down in the dumps, you may be desperate to figure out how to boost your positivity and overall mood each day. For many of us, day to day stress can certainly get in the way of a positive mood, and can make us less productive. However, there are some great natural ways you can promote a happier mood while also supporting overall health.