Tips for feeling your best self this summer


We’re big proponents of the self-check-in summer every once in a while. After all, you need to be happy first, before making others happy. And whether it’s a mental or physical check-in (or both), sometimes you just need to hit the reset button. A change in seasons is also an opportunity for people to check in with themselves and their health after the winter, but one’s mindset should never be focused on one temporary goal. So instead of quick fixes, implement consistent changes that will make you feel better overall. From eating different foods for increased energy, to simply moving your body for thirty minutes a day, a strategic plan is key for self-improvement this summer.

Move your body 5 to 7 times a week in a focused way

We hate to break it to you, but if you’re trying to really make strides when it comes to workout goals, you’re going to have to sweat for it. A workout should be a focused, intense, 30 to 60 minutes where you are achieving, connecting and burning calories.

Eat more lean proteins and vegetables, while cutting back on carbs and sugar

When you’re managing your weight the worst thing to do is grab gummy bears, chips, etc. when hunger strikes, but it’s also normal to crave sugar when you’re pushing yourself throughout the day, so you’re better off having a little piece of chocolate. Another non-negotiable is water. Drinks lots of it (and often) to ward off the the urge to over-snack.

Supplement your lifestyle

This summer looking good should also be about feeling good and mental and physical health go hand in hand. Learning to find inner mental and emotional balance, while also caring for the body through movement, healthy food, rest and recovery—and quality supplementation are all very important.

Working out can be done anywhere, even on the go

Fitness apps, DVDs, streaming services and live on-demand classes are everywhere these days. Another thing she relies on when traveling is always having a killer playlist on hand! Anyone can be motivated to work out with good music and her top jams are the moment are: “I Don’t Care” by Ed Sheehan and Justin Bieber, “Lo/Hi” by The Black Keys, “(Hey Why) Miss You Sometime” by Pink, “Saw Lightning” by Beck, and “Rescue Me” by One Republic.

Surround yourself with positive energy

This summer have people around you that love you for you and remind you that you are freaking awesome when the rest of the world doesn’t see it.

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