Finding comfort in your career is greatly connected to your workplace. When it comes to your physical health and well-being, are you truly balanced?
One of the beauties of having your career is you have the means to achieve a healthier you. So step back and reflect. When you examine your health, what does it say? Now’s the perfect time to spring clean your career and take the steps towards reinvigorating your well being.
1. Mental wellness
A healthy mind creates a healthy career. Too often the picture of the overworked, unhappy, no life outside of work, ambitious career woman is the example of success. Yet, truly successful women are healthy mentally. Healthy thoughts call in healthy auras. Our thoughts call in manifestations. The success in your career should reflect the positivity of your persona.
2. You are what you eat
So, how are your eating habits? Have you been indulging in too many takeouts? Healthy eating empowers our spirit, and connects us with our natural self. Plenty of fruits, such as apples, grapes and oranges, give us the boost we need to get through the day. Keep that water bottle handy, drinking 9 cups of water a day is ideal for women.
3. Make the most of music
Listening to relaxing melodies creates a positive aura even if you’re chained to your desk. Music has the power to keep away negative energies, while enhancing your creativity. There is something amazing about channeling peace and positive energy while getting the job done.
4. Meditation, movement and holistic healing
I can’t emphasize enough how much we need downtime and meditation. Even journaling can purge negative thoughts, vibes, and frustrations experienced during the course of the day. And don’t forget to move! One of the beauties of movement is that it circulates energy. Taking a walk outside of the office is sure to refresh yourself. Yoga or your favorite workout class will work wonders.
The reflection of self-care brings in what we are to attract. And yes that does include the career goals we seek to attain. Many times, all it takes is making a few small changes that will allow you to achieve your very best in the abundance of spring.
Post by Lauren K. Clark
Lauren K. Clark is a published writer from Atlanta, Georgia and a graduate of Spelman College. Lauren is currently based in Egypt, where she is a graduate student at the American University in Cairo and serves as a project coordinator for the University on the Square: Documenting Egypt’s January 25th Revolution.