When you feel off and don’t know why, try one of these strategies
Strategy #1: Drink 20 ounces of water (we don’t drink enough)
Strategy #2: Stand Up (sitting is the new smoking, standing 3 hours a day equals 10 marathons a year)
Strategy #3: A brisk 5 minute walk (outside is best, do it at high visibility times of the day)
Strategy #4: Hang out with the kids (They will energize you, but you have to do it.)
Strategy #5: Eat protein (Have high protein, low fat snacks on hand)
If you are stressed/anxious and don’t know why
Strategy #6: Name it (Let the brain stop running from the bear
Strategy #7: Take 5 (mindfulness technique)
Call to Action
Try one of these strategies when you are “feeling off”
WE ARE PROACTIVE (Schedule two of these into your day or week)
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