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What Is a Wellness Routine? Plus, Tips on How to Start Your Own

Do you have a wellness routine? Woman meditating, doing yoga

Do you have a wellness routine? You might, even if you don’t formally label it one. However, chances are you could make it better with just a touch of attention and TLC. The good news is that you don’t have to make drastic changes to your existing routine. Paying mindful attention to what you currently do and formalizing the process provides a psychological boost while ensuring you cover all the bases. Are you ready to improve your self-care practices? Here’s what you need to know about starting your wellness routine. Why Do You Need a Wellness Routine? What Does It Involve? The World Health Organization defines self-care as those activities that promote positive health and help you manage any existing diseases. It includes everything from…

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