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The New Year is the perfect time to displace the trepidation and panic from the preceding two years with health and happiness.
It is easy to say, “Eat healthier, exercise more, limit social media” – yes, we should all do that. However, we are coming out of a pandemic that has killed more than 800,000 Americans in less than two years. Repeating the same New Year’s resolutions hardly seems enough after what people have been through.
Heading into 2022, let’s shift the monotonous New Year’s mantra of “diet and exercise,” to “feeling better.” Getting to a place of feeling better is all encompassing, from improving physical fitness to silencing anxiety-provoking background noise to bringing renewed life to passions.
Overall well-being, an intricate web where you can’t have one strand without the others, can be broken down into three main groups. Within those groups there are a couple key actions that will not only advance one but work toward overall improvement.
Mental health is the foundation of overall well-being. The COVID-19 pandemic brought forth new challenges and exacerbated existing ones, resulting in many struggling mentally. But