Woo hoo! We made it! A huge thanks to all who embarked on this journey to a better bodymind with me. I have loved sharing it with you. I certainly feel like a new woman – a new physical incarnation, renewed vigour, and a fresh perspective. It truly feels great to have reclaimed my vitality.
I’ve made a short video blog sharing the top 3 lessons I’ve learnt during this challenge. You can find it by clicking here.
Please let me know any feedback you might have about the tips, exercises and suggestions I have offered over the last 8 weeks. I’d love to hear how you are feeling now! Feel free to drop me a line: email@example.com
This challenge might be over, but we are not done yet! Keep checking in for more wellbeing tips.
There’s never been a better time to reclaim your vitality. Get in touch if you too would like a better bodymind. You are not alone, I’ve been there and I will help you get your mojo back.
Stop and smell the roses today! Spend some time in Nature and feel the uplifting effect of basking in its beauty.
Aim to do this on a regular basis. Don’t have time to take yourself off the beaten track? Train your eyes to seek out the beauty surrounding you – you can find it just about anywhere.
Just a few days left of my ‘8 weeks to a better bodymind’ challenge. I hope you are feeling the difference! I’d love to hear about your observations – drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Keep tuning in for your final exercises to wrap up this challenge and please keep me honest on my promise to display before and after photos!
As week 6 of my ‘8 weeks to a better bodymind challenge’ draws to a close, I have been really enjoying the commitment to nurturing my relationships. How have you been going following these tips? I hope you’re seeing the upward spiral of joy in action too.
One of my favourite tips: today I am watching my words. I will be mindful of the ratio of positive to negative statements I make to my loved ones… it is so important to balance expressions of gratitude, admiration and affection with criticism.
Research has shown that to sustain a relationship you need a minimum of three positive statements for every critical statement. If you want your relationships to flourish, aim for a ratio of 5:1. Watch your words and start to notice your ratios of positive to negative statements.
Strike the right balance today and see what blossoms.
Today I am observing how I respond to others sharing good news…
I commit to using “active and constructive” responding. This is when you demonstrate a genuine interest, ask lots of questions, encourage your loved one to relive the event with you, and reflect back to them that you share their joy.
Watch how it brightens everyone’s day.
It’s uncanny timing that I come down with a cold during the “rest and replenish” week of my 8 weeks to a better bodymind challenge. I’ve had no choice but to be still but what it has served to remind me is that we choose just how we fill that stillness. We can opt for just a ‘brain fade’ and tune out or we can choose something that elevates our minds and lifts our spirits. Go for something life giving and the dividends keep rolling in. Suz xxx