In 2020, our traditional wellness routines went out the window. Gyms closed down, frozen pizzas were the norm, and we sacrificed skincare for safety (maskne is a small price to pay for keeping yourself and others healthy).
We worked at home, slept more often, laughed a little less, and worried a little more. “Health” changed to be more about avoiding a virus and less about toning up.
Our wellness goals shifted from becoming better to just being OK. But after all, isn’t that what wellness should be about? Focusing only on the habits, routines, and practices that truly make us feel cared for: the things we don’t stop during tough times because they’re what we need most during tough times.Read more on theeverygirl.com