Balance your Life and Soul!

Do you consider yourself a healthy person? Are you aware of, take responsibility for, and make choices for your mind and body that contribute to your wellbeing?

See your 2010’s FB posts, resume, medical records, places where you have lived, towns visited, your relationship with your friends, family, congregations to which you belong, and all the new people you have met in the last decade. Now, find out your surroundings have changed and how you’ve changed, both mentally and physically. Even more, visualize who you want to be and where you want to be in 2030.

Remember, Now! is always the best moment for you to change behaviors, thoughts, and actions for your wellness, making your happiness your new healthy.

I invite you to think of the meaning of wellness as being happy in many interconnected dimensions of our lives, one building upon another. It is about how we live our lives, health, and the joy and fulfillment we experience. In my blog, you will find information related to the following dimensions:

Physical Wellbeing
Your ability to get through our daily activities without undue fatigue or physical stress. When you recognize that your behaviors significantly impact your wellness, adopting healthful habits, balancing your diet, and becoming an active person avoiding unhealthy behaviors like tobacco, alcohol, drugs, stimulating, etc.

Environmental Wellness
Your ability to be safe and secure with access to clean air, food, and water is not contaminated when you make a positive impact on our environment’s quality with choices to preserve it and have the enjoyment of natural spaces.

Social Wellness

Your ability to relate to and connect with other people in our world, maintaining healthy relationships with family, friends, and community, and have an interest and concern for the needs of other people and humanity. Respecting yourself, others, and the diverse cultural identities.

Emotional Wellbeing

Being emotionally well is more than handing stress. The path to your emotional wellness involves awareness of thoughts and feelings, using a positive attitude, seeking support and expressing emotion, setting priorities, and accepting mistakes and learning from them.

Spiritual Wellness

It is a personal matter involving values and beliefs that provide meaning, purpose, and direction in your life. When you live a life consistent with your values and beliefs, you find peace and harmony, and the others surround themselves with you.

Intellectual Wellness

Help your brain stay active, increase intelligence, expand your knowledge and skills, value your creativity, curiosity, and lifelong learning to live an exciting, successful life. It refers to active participation in cultural, educational, and community activities.

Occupational Wellness

Your ability to perform activities that give meaning and purpose and reflect personal values, interests, and beliefs, including employment. Because your work involves so much of your time, it’s vital to do what you love and love what you do, create a balance between work and leisure time, address workplace stress, and build relationships with co-workers.

If you found behaviors that affect your wellbeing in this past decade, it never is late to start your lifestyle changes and become the person you want to be in 2030.

Creating balance in our lives is an integral part of wellness. Coach Miranda helps you achieve goals, overcome obstacles, make changes related to your health risks, eating and physical activity behaviors, and finding and working in partnership with experienced professionals as needed to cover other dimensions.