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- Plan what you are going to eat during the week. On Sundays, I go grocery shopping and buy ingredients for a large salad and two other healthy meals. When I get home, I make the large salad and put it into five containers. Healthy lunches for the week are done. They’re…
1. Have things on hand for when you get sick- saltines, soup, 7-up, tums, cough syrup, ect. When you feel like death, you need to be ready to care for yourself.
2. I swear by a combination of the following things to stay healthy: 7.5 hours of sleep regularly, exercise, hydration, orange juice/oranges/vitamin C/citrus, epsom salt baths (some people swear by these; however, its difficult to find hard and fast facts proving their greatness. eh, I like em. so there is that).
3. Can’t ignore the mental health and only talk about physical health, here. Create personal goals and action steps to carry out the goals. Then go and do. I’ve found otherwise I won’t. I’ve committed to a couple personal goals this semester:
- free reading/writing
- being social
- exercising regularly
Incorporate reading time into class. The kids don’t always get it otherwise, and it’s a great time to catch up (pl*n) if you need it. Seriously, 15-20 minutes works wonders and can easily be justified in the curriculum.