Sneak Peek: How to Create Your Own Action Plan for Recovery

“Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.”

– Theodore Roosevelt

 

The countdown to the release of my ebook has begun!

If everything goes as planned – and we all know that chronic illness tends to mess up the best laid plans – How to Create Your Own Action Plan for Recovery‘ will be available in my brand-new webshop on Monday February 6, 2017.

 

So what’s the book about? 

How to Create Your Own Action Plan for Recovery’ is a step-by-step guide on rebuilding your health after illness or injury. It contains in-depth ideas on how to support restoration, replenish your body with nutrient-rich meals, rebuild your strength and fitness and regain your mental focus – including psychological strategies for implementing these new habits into your daily life.

This holistic recovery plan targets the whole person and covers the entire spectrum of the healing process. It doesn’t just focus on eating healthy and getting fit like many conventional programs, but also goes into often overlooked aspects, like getting high-quality rest and improving your attention span.

Instead of diligently following a week-by-week program with outlined exercises and recipes, this guide will show you how you can create your own custom-built action plan, one that’s designed to best suit your personal health situation.

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101 Small Things You Can Do Today to Boost Your Health & Happiness

So you’ve begun the new year bursting with good intentions to eat healthier, move more and meditate daily. In your enthusiasm, however, it’s tempting to go overboard, trying to go from midnight-snacking coach potato to a gym-loving, juice fasting fit girl/guy in a few weeks time.

Unfortunately, drastic lifestyle changes usually don’t result into lasting results. It’s much easier and more realistic to take small, doable steps towards your goals. So have a look at these 101 simple things you can do today to boost your health and happiness! 

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Ready for Change? The 5 Stages of Making Lasting Lifestyle Transformations | The Health Sessions

Ready for Change? The 5 Stages of Making Lasting Lifestyle Transformations

Do you dream of getting fit, strong, happy or more mindful in 2017?

The start of a new year brings out the feeling of beginning with a fresh slate, with 365 brand-new days ahead in which anything is possible. The crispy clean calendar holds the promise of reaching exciting goals, but we all know that many of us have given up on our New Year’s resolutions by the end of January. How can you be the one who makes their intentions stick?

The key to making your health and happiness goals come true is translating your desired end result in the helpful habits needed to achieve them. To get a stronger, toned and more energetic body, you’ll need to eat healthily and move your body on a regular basis. And if you want to feel more zen, you could start a daily practice of meditation or keep a gratitude journal.

Countless of articles have been written on transforming your life for good, but most leave out one important question: How ready for change are you? 

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Writing Your Way to a Happy and Healthy 2017 | The Health Sessions

Writing Your Way to a Happy & Healthy 2017

It’s kind of an understatement to say that I love lists, notebooks and planners. As my husband jokingly says: you can tell Jen’s in the house by following the paper trail.

There’s something strangely satisfying and calming about putting pen to paper. And it’s not just me: studies show that regularly writing things down has several benefits for your physical and emotional wellbeing, from boosting your creativity and productivity to an improved mood, less stress and even a stronger immunity.

Now of course you can use digital planners and apps to track your habits, but it seems that writing by hand improves your memory, by combining neuro-sensory experiences and fine motor skills. Even doodling and free-hand scribbling can facilitate thinking, make ideas tangible and help you express emotions when you can’t find the right words.

So have a look at this list of ideas and tools to write your way to a happier and healthier new year! 

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