Executives, Here’s Your Wellness Menu

At this point in the summer, I’m not sure which has more activity – my house or Grand Central Station.

The front door opens and closes about every three nanoseconds; my kids, friends, friends of friends, and sometimes people I don’t even know stop over because they get word of our kitchen island being like an all-you-can-eat buffet most of the time.

Parents with kids still living at home, can you relate?

With summer comes less structure, more barbeques, and sometimes investments in our health and wellness are first to slide.

I’ve felt like I really needed to double down on my health and wellness recently, and I thought, if you’re anything like me, you could use a little reminder about the many ways we can prioritize our overall well-being.

But first, the energy perspective.  We’re all made up of energy.  The quality of that energy directly dictates the quality of our life experience.

Everything you want – abundance, fulfillment, love, empowerment, purpose, to name a few, all occupy a high vibration.

In order to attract those things into your life, you need to vibrate at that frequency.

Our energy consists of what we take in, and that comes in many forms.  The food we eat.  The people we surround ourselves with, how we fill our free time.  Boundaries.  Standards.  Movement.  Meditation.  Thoughts.  

Everything we take in influences our vibration.

Taking a holistic approach is key, prioritizing mind, body and spirit wellness.  If we don’t, the strides we make on the physical fitness front could be offset by a negative mindset.  Or a serene meditation session could be canceled out by hanging out with toxic people.  It all matters.

And while it all comes into play, you don’t need to make the choice that moves you forward 100% of the time.  90% will do.

Chocolate cake doesn’t move me forward, but I enjoy a piece every once in a while.

Life is meant to be enjoyed.  Eat dessert.

I don’t really follow formal routines anymore;  I act from a place of inspiration and look to my wellness menu for ideas.  That approach allows me to choose what I feel I need most.

This week I’m sharing some ideas to put on your own Wellness Menu and invite you to take an approach rooted in inspiration rather than obligation.

Use this list as a starting point, and customize it to your own personal needs and preferences.  Each day choose the things you feel you need most and add and delete as you see fit.

Executive Wellness Menu

  • Hydrate
  • Movement
  • Walk Outside
  • Yoga
  • Lift
  • Pilates
  • Clean/organize/donate
  • Detox Juice
  • Meditate
  • Massage
  • Sauna
  • Vites/Supps
  • Eat Clean
  • Appreciation
  • Tea
  • Protein Shake
  • Play the Piano
  • Sleep/Nap (I’m a big fan!)
  • Laugh

I’m excited to do some wellness videos for you on some of the above ideas, so watch for those on social media.

Remember, what you take influences how you feel and what you attract in life and in business.

Have fun with this.

As always, I’m here to help