You wake up in the morning, look into the mirror, and think that you don’t like how your body looks. It’s the New Years and one of your resolutions or goals is to lose some weight and “look better”. You then go to your local gym, buy a monthly pass, and start a new healthy popular diet.
The holiday season is back. Although with some restrictions this year, it’s the time of coming together with friends and family to celebrate. And by celebrating we also mean eating. We all know how challenging it can be to keep a diet healthy during this time.
The truth is, at least once in the last month, you have been reminded of improving your well-being. So, after the great number of times we hear, read, and discuss what well-being is, we should all know how to achieve it by now, right?