Healthy Schools

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            mindfulness   


                     Mindful Monday                                                                     
Aspiration

Decide on an aspiration. A hope or ambition of achieving something.

Ask yourself this question: What is my heart’s aspiration? Pause for about 20 seconds. Do this a second or third time and write down what comes to mind.

Perhaps it is to come from love, or to be kind to yourself or others or to be patient.

Once you decide which aspiration you like best, say that at the beginning of each day. Write it down on a sticky note and post it where you can see it every day.

This will set you up for your day and your interactions with others, and yourself. 

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                  wellness      

               Wellness Wednesday


Wellness Tip of the Week

Not only is it important to take care of friends and loved ones, but it is equally as important to take care of yourself.

Experts say, "You can't take care of others until you take care of yourself". 


So spend one entire day on you. 

Sleep in.

Have lunch with a friend.

Play a video game.

Go get a massage.

Go for a walk in the park. 

Watch your favorite T.V. show or movie.

Play with puppies.

Grab a smoothie.

And listen to your heart and listen to your body...
       
                What does it need? What does it want?


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