A community guide for people who want to feel good.
1. Set Yourself Up For Success
It can be tempting to set goals for the sake of setting goals, but intentionality is the key to getting the results you want. Focus on setting goals intentionally aimed at results that reward progress and benefit your real life. Click on the drawing to get all the tips.
2. Schedule This Year’s Appointments
Get a head start on the year ahead by scheduling all the wellness appointments you need for the year. We’ll talk you through the logistics and help you come up with a plan so you can check it off your list. Click on the drawing to get all the tips.
3. Start Making Changes To Feel Better At Work
A new year is as good a time as ever to learn new ways to approach the same things. This week, we're looking for stretches and movements that keep health and wellness at the top of your priority, even when you're stuck at your desk. Click on the drawing to get all the tips.
4. Start Solving The Mystery That Is Low Energy
The one thing that most of us could use a little more of is energy. It’s a new year with new goals, and we can’t have the same tiredness bringing us down. We'll identify a few culprits of low energy so that you can check in with them. Click on the drawing to get all the tips.
5. Revisit Your January Goals
Thought we forgot about the good goals we asked you to set in January? We didn’t! But we know that keeping good goals sometimes requires extra support, especially after the initial excitement wears off. We’re focusing on ways to stick to those goals even after the stress of life creeps back in. Click on the drawing to get all the tips.
While it’s not our go-to dinner conversation topic, getting screened for STDs and STIs is an essential part of owning your sexual health. So we’re getting ourselves checked! We'll unpack the mystery of sexual health screenings so that you feel in the know about what to ask for at your next appointment. Click the drawing to get all the tips from this email.
8. Discover Your Ideal Nighttime Skincare Routine
Having a skincare routine can be a great way to incorporate self-care into our daily lives. As we age, our cellular turnover slows down and as a result, our skin can be one of the first things to show it. We're going over a few options that not only help you take better care of your skin, but also provide a rhythm to your nightly routine to help you unwind each evening. Click on the drawing to get all the tips from this email.
9. Make a Holiday (or gift) Savings Plan
For most people, money can be a touchy subject. It’s something many of us would rather not talk about. But at Do The Good Stuff, we believe that the uncomfortable places are where we can achieve the most growth. So we’re focused on being proactive with our savings – long before gift-giving season. Our challenge to you is to create a savings plan and put a small amount of money aside each month so that the when the holidays do roll around, they don't feel like such a big hit to your wallet. Click on the drawing to get all the tips.
10. Use That Extra Hour of Daylight
You may have had your head down all winter, but the time has come to spring forward. Changing our clocks gives us the gift of an additional hour of evening daylight. So whether it's a physical, mental, or personal activity, we challenge you to use the extra bit of sunlight to rethink how you spend your time. Click on the drawing to get all the tips from this email.
11. Therapy, is it For Me?
If you are fortunate enough to have therapy as an option for your mental health, then you may also be familiar with the nuances that can go into finding the right therapist. We’re unpacking this very important aspect of advocating for your mental health and looking at the various types of therapy, what to ask during a free consultation, and how to make the most of your regular sessions. Click on the drawing for all the tips from this email.
12. Probiotics, Prebiotics, and balancing your gut.
The gut is often referred to as “the second brain.” There’s so much scientific research on the digestive system because it’s so complex. This week, we’re taking a step towards understanding our guts better and what we need to do in order to keep them healthy and balanced. Click on the drawing to get the tips from this email.