Wellness Wednesday on Instagram
Our Instagram page has a wealth of free resources. Every Wednesday, one of our staff members goes LIVE to share a health tip and we save them all to our IGTV so you can listen to them anytime! Some of our most popular topics so far (hover over the image for the topic and click on any image to be led to the Instagram video):  
Free Quizzes
Core Exercise

Which Fitness Personality Are You?

Applying Essential Oil

Which Area of Self-Care Needs Your Attention?

Vegetables

Is Your Diet Too Restrictive?

Sleeping Cat

How Well Do You Sleep?

Free Downloads

DEEP BREATHING 101

Breathing is a relaxation tool that is always available to you! However, not all breathing is relaxing. Check out his tip sheet for how to breathe for relaxation. 

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TIPS FOR SELF-REFLECTION

Thinking deeply and reflecting on your life is an important part of therapy. Check out this infographic on how to self-reflect WITHOUT going down the "rabbit hole."

Taking Note

MENTAL HEALTH DAY IDEAS

Using your time off for mental rest and recovery is an important skill. Check out these ideas for what you can do on your next Mental Health Day!

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LOW COST DOWNLOADS

We hope that the free resources provided here are helpful. We also have some low cost resources available for download that offer a bit more guidance on your self-care journey. You can learn more about them here: 

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THE FEELING WHEEL

Emotional awareness is a key component of self-reflection and self-care. Expand your feeling word vocabulary and explore your emotional world with this tried and true tool by Dr. Gloria Wilcox. 

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MENTAL TOUGHNESS "DO'S & DONT'S"

High achieving people, like athletes, value mental toughness. Let's be precise: mental toughness doesn't have to hurt your mental health. 

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PESTICIDES IN FOOD

Choosing foods for yourself is an important part of creating the lifestyle you want. Knowing more about the role pesticides play, can help you make better choices. We recommend this handout created by the Environmental Working Group. 

Fresh Produce