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Getting YOU back on track

September is a month of change. It's a time for new beginnings, whether you're starting a new school year or beginning your life on a new path. But as you're making changes in your life, it's also important to take care of yourself and maintain good health. Here are some tips that will help you establish good habits in September:

Focus on your mental health this month

September is a great time to focus on your mental health. Your physical health, after all, is intertwined with your mental well-being. If you're feeling stressed out or overwhelmed by life's demands, it can be difficult to get enough sleep and exercise—and that can have an impact on how healthy you are overall.

So take some time this month to relax and enjoy yourself! Make sure that you're not neglecting friends and family members in favour of working too hard at the office; don't overwork yourself so much that there's nothing left when it comes time for relaxation; don't forget about taking care of yourself!

Keep an open mind when it comes to new ways to get the nutrients you need.

As you get older, your body becomes less efficient at absorbing nutrients. This means that it's important to eat a wide variety of foods in order to ensure you are getting all the nutrients your body needs.

It's also important to eat whole foods as often as possible and avoid processed foods that may have been treated with chemicals or heat. Below are some ways you can make sure you're getting enough nutrients:

Eat the rainbow!

Eating a variety of colorful fruits and vegetables will help ensure you're getting all the vitamins and minerals you need from food alone. You should aim for 5-9 servings per day depending on how active your lifestyle is (for example, if you have an active job or are training for a marathon).

Drink more water!

Dehydration can cause fatigue, headaches and may even lead to weight gain over time if left unchecked—so drink up!

Self-care is not selfish

It’s a necessity for everyone, but especially so in the face of stress. If you can’t take care of yourself, how will you take care of others? If you don’t take care of yourself, who else will?

Self-care is not a luxury. It's not something reserved for people with time on their hands or extra money in their pockets; it's something that needs to be part of our daily lives if we aren't going to burn out and become useless shells who are unable to contribute anything positive to society or even ourselves!

Self-care isn't about getting extra time away from work or home; it's about taking the time every day that we have anyway (and often more) and making sure that we're using it well enough so that we come back feeling refreshed rather than totally exhausted with no energy left over after everything else has been taken care of!

Take the time to care for yourself, whether it’s a quick meditation session or a more in-depth look at your mental health.

The more you practice self care and wellness, the better you will feel in all aspects of life.


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