In the window of time between Christmas and New Year's, you may find yourself completely drained. Rather than taking down holiday decorations, writing thank-you notes and trying to figure out what to do for New Year's Eve, you may feel tempted to crawl under your covers and not come out until mid-January when all the end-of-the-year madness has completely died down and no one is bugging you for anything.
This is where your personal wellness toolkit comes in. A wellness toolkit is something you have within reach anytime you feel absolutely drained, tired or lethargic when you need your mental and physical energy the most. Just has how a toolbox contains many different tools for different functions, a wellness toolkit should contain a variety of items that addresses different aspects of wellness--physical wellness, mental wellness, and so on.
Though everyone's wellness toolkit will look different depending on people's different personal needs, here are 10 suggestions for whatRead More »from Post-Christmas Pre-New Year's Stress Relief: 8 Suggested Items to Have In Your Wellness Toolkit