I guess you could say I’m obsessed with books. Not the seemingly ubiquitous e-books and e-readers and anything else e-related. Like, actual books. The ones with crisp pages that you hold delicately in your hands and maybe (probably) smell.
When I was a kid, I absolutely loved spaghetti. I ate it the messy way, of course: twirling the pasta around my fork until a giant noodle ball formed, then shoving said noodle ball into my mouth and leaving crusty remnants of red sauce in the corners of my lips. Kids love messy foods—or, they somehow manage to make non-messy foods into messy foods—and I was no exception.
We could all use an extra dose of wellness in our lives. It can be hard to prioritize self-care in our hectic, multi-tasking lives. Here are five easy ways to start introducing wellness into your life.
- February 1st, 2006
Healthy living—at least, the way most of us do it—is a self-centered undertaking. Eating a nutritionally correct diet. Doing our daily workout come tsunami or shine. Cleaning our houses with Boraxo and vinegar instead of the usual chemical buffet. These steps unquestionably protect our inner workings, but they are all about us nonetheless.By Alan Reders