1. EAT MORE VEG
By simply adding a larger variety of vegetables to our meals, we’re fuelling our bodies with minerals and goodness that will ensure we’re in the right frame of mind (both physically and mentally) to tackle the year ahead.
2. TAKE TIME TO PAUSE
We will all encounter moments of intense pressure and stress, but the key is to pause in these moments and take 3 deep breaths. This will enable us to deal with the situation and focus our attention on the situation at hand with a calmer approach.
3. STAY CONNECTED
The use of technology in this digital age can be quite overwhelming. If we make a conscious effort to spend time with each other instead of making phone call when possible, we will enjoy a more personal connection.
4. TAKE 10 MINUTES
Doing this does not make us selfish, it is essential to wind down and have a short break from what we are doing to sharpen our focus.
5. MOVE AROUND MORE
Forget joining a gym, even if we just walk around more when speaking on our mobile phone, this keeps our body active and alert.