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We’re officially one week into this, and as of today, you have all the resources you need to start hydrating. Hopefully, you are starting to understand that hydration is a combination of drinking water, eating water, and moving water!
These concepts might be Health & Wellness 101, but I will be the first person to admit that finding the balance between your work and wellness can get overwhelming really quickly. That’s why I hope that including The Daily Page and showing you how it prioritizes both have been helpful. As I shared in my personal journey with hydration, it has been my secret weapon for creating consistency for over a decade and I hope it can help you, too (click here for my favorite tips). Each day doesn’t have to be perfect, you just need to have more good days than bad days.
So what does it mean to have a good day? The important thing to remember is that a good day will look different for each of us based on our unique hydration needs. Here are a few guidelines as you decide what a good day of hydration will look like for you:
1. Reflect on how to calculate and track your water goal.
2. Aim to hit your water goal with a combination of plain and gel water each day.
3. Choose foods that are whole and plant-based. Aiming for at least 10-15 servings of plants each day.
4. Get up regularly to move and make time to care for your fascia.
These shouldn’t be huge, time-consuming changes, but rather many small changes that will add up over time to make a really big impact on your health.
Do you struggle to create new habits and routines? Make sure to check out today’s Extra Credit section for my all-time favorite life-hack: habit stacking! This is a science-backed method for creating routines, and one I have used over and over again to improve my health and productivity as well as for finding time to do things like read books, learn new skills, and practice self-care.
Remember that it takes up to 2 weeks of proper hydration to start feeling all the benefits and that it takes up to 21 days to develop new habits. I truly believe that once you achieve optimum hydration and feel all the benefits that come with it, prioritizing it will become effortless because you won’t ever want to go back to the way you felt. Keep pushing through!
Starting tomorrow the lessons will be a bit shorter, and more about helping you stay accountable and motivated. They will still contain great tips like how to make healthier coffee, books for continued learning, and recipes for some of my favorite meals. Don’t fall off on opening them, as the more you learn about hydration and it’s impacts, the more motivated you’ll be to keep building the habits! Are you ready?! 7 days of consistent hydration comin’ right up!
1. Prepare for 7 days of consistent hydration!
I’ve organized the recipes for Lemon Water, Green Juice, and Hydration Potion along with some additional information into a printable PDF so that you have all the information you need organized in one place.
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