Everywhere we look we see buzzwords and posts encouraging us to be healthy. There are videos extolling the virtues of any number of the latest “thing” that you just have to try. Instead of falling prey to ineffective and potentially unsafe trends that will leave you with untold clutter and accoutrements along with lackluster results, try these ideas to get your lifestyle and home in a healthier place.
Maintain Proper Hydration
Water is essential for life. It offers countless benefits for overall health and general feelings of well-being. Even knowing this, most people are under-consuming water every day. I invite you to try to make a mindset switch around how you approach hydration. One way to do that is to invest in a water filter system that is both functional and stylish enough to display.
When your water bottle is front and center on the counter or your desk, you will have a constant and simple reminder to take a sip or two. Gone are the days when you push unsightly pitchers to the back of the fridge never to be seen again. With an on-demand filtrations system, you will have fresh, clean water whenever you want it.
If you still find yourself forgetting to consume more water, set periodic reminders on your phone to go to the kitchen for filtered water. To make the process even easier when you are away from home, place reusable water bottles near your filtrations system so you can fill them before leaving the house.
Stay Physically Active
You do not need to devote a lot of space in your home to a large home gym. Take a cue from tiny home dwellers to find the best workout solution for you. There are a variety of options available for those who are starting on the exercise path to those who are fully invested in this healthy lifestyle.
As you are deciding on what equipment or gear to bring into your home, consider your space and how you will exercise in it. There are a variety of eye-catching yoga mats that roll up with ease and include coordinating blocks and cushions that can be left out if you so desire. Some items are both functional and fun enough to not be put away. Resistance bands and a small cache of dumbbells are easy to place in a closet for quick storage, as well.
Streaming services from your favorite fitness studio or subscriptions to popular channels on YouTube mean you can accomplish your fitness goals right in the comfort of your own home without cluttering it up with unnecessary equipment that leaves a large footprint.