Wellness

Someone I know, made a comment after health care reform passed. He said something along the lines of, health care does not mean wellness. Good point. While there is reason to rejoice about the reform, there’s still so much to consider and practice when it comes to good health.

I do not embrace wellness like I should. Which is ironic, since I practically live near the center for all things Wellness…Boulder, Colorado.

Wellness is more than dieting and exercising. It’s a state of being. With an abundance of local resources at my disposal, and plenty of sources of inspiration, I’m going to try and embrace that state of being little by little.

First up — reasonable eating. Not huge overwhelming diet. Simply — reasonable.

And to match that, I’m going to incorporate  movement. Not crazy cardio madness. Simply — movement.

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