“Surviving is important. Thriving is elegant.” – Maya Angelou
Welcome to Habits for Wholeness®
Learn helpful tips and practices for caring for yourself.
We’re here to support you to live full out and be your best!
The quality of our lives is defined by how well we care for ourselves
mentally, emotionally, and physically.
Find out the power of healthy habits!
Whatever we repeatedly do becomes a habit.
Why not create healthy habits?
Optimal Physical Health
Simple, daily actions can enhance physical health and decrease the likelihood of
disease and aging. Wouldn’t you like to benefit by “HABITizing” these activities?
Use your body as a laboratory and find out for yourself! Include these activities
daily and establish healthy habits!
Drink at least 10-15 cups of plain water. If you drink substances with caffeine
or exercise heavily, the amount of water may need to be increased.
Exercise is a well-known remedy for many ailments; however, knowing and doing are two very different things. Make it a habit to walk, swim, run or play a sport, but get out and move!
Pick an activity that comes naturally and you enjoy. You’ll be far more successful!
Eat a Healthy Diet!
It can be convenient to swing into a fast food restaurant when we’re crunched for time, but if your diet slides into unhealthy too often, you’ll pay a price.
Keep your eye on your diet and regularly eat lots of raw vegetables and fruits, whole grains, and healthy proteins. It doesn’t matter if you’re a carnivore, a vegan or a vegetarian, proteins are equally important.
Don’t cut your sleep!
When we get busy and have hectic schedules, the first thing we often do is go to bed late and shorten our night of solid sleep. Sleep is critical for cell regeneration, the processing of our experiences, for organ recovery and general rejuvenation.
Remember, it’s not what you occasionally do, but what you regularly do that has the greatest effect. Make a habit of sleeping 8-9 hours a night.
Nothing new, right? …but are you living what you know?
Make these activities Habits for Wholeness® and reap the benefits!
Simple, daily actions can enhance mental vitality and clarity.
Do you want to know what they are?!
Drink plenty of water. Heard that before? Isn’t it great that one simple habit can affect your health physically and mentally!
Exercise is one of the best ways to clear your mental static. In fact, many people talk about being in the zone when exercising. Try it!
Stop throughout your day to breath deeply. It’s a great way to build awareness and slow down to be more present. Often we’re breathing very shallow and deny ourselves the proper oxygen that the body and brain rely heavily on for healthy living.
Swallow Your Fish Whole!
Huh? Yep, a simple habit for better mental vitality is through taking a pharmaceutical grade fish oil. It has many benefits, and there are many studies backing its health benefits. Try it!
Mindfulness and Meditation
Taking time to slow down and empty your mind is a practice that is now well documented to be beneficial for connecting mind and body as well as enhancing brain health and mental clarity.
Emotions are powerful motivators—for better or for worse!
Find out how you can increase emotional fitness and calm yourself in 4 easy steps!
Whether you are aware of it or not, emotions control much of your energy and behavior. Did you know that the limbic brain, considered the emotional brain, can override our rational thinking? And the decisions we make determine our quality of life and our future.
“The road to freedom is not through feeling good; it is through feeling true to yourself.” – Deepak Chopra
Care of our environment
We live on this planet together — let’s take care of it!
Find out easy ways to ensure a better future for our children.
Visit Broken Ground to find out more about creating healthy lives and land. Kareen Erbe is a Montana woman who has firsthand experience with making a difference in our local economies and the environment! She’ll show you how to easily grow your own food, which in turn empowers you and helps the planet.
“All the worlds problems can be solved in a garden.” – Geoff Lawton