One of our core beliefs at BHWP is that balance is needed across what we call ‘the eight dimensions of wellness’ in order to thrive to one’s fullest potential. We encourage individuals to evaluate their wellness using these eight categories as guidelines, and to consider whether or not some of these dimensions could use more attention.
Author: Derek Noland
In the first couple days of 2020, I serendipitously noticed an old travel journal lying on the bottom of my bookshelf. Realizing that it was my collection of daily travel notes and memories from a January trip through Europe that I took in 2008, I thought it might be a good idea to read one entry per day, each one exactly twelve years later.
For those of us who greatly value the outdoor opportunities that are unique to summer—such as warm temperatures for water activities, easier alpine exploration, or simply the long daylight hours—this time of the year can present a difficult transition.
We’ve all been there – feeling too tired, not having enough time, or merely choosing to do something simpler. For all these reasons and many more, physical activity can be relegated to a position of something unpleasant, or worse.
This holiday season, remember to allow time for you. Nourishing your self is as important as nurturing your friends and family.