Honestly, I love habits and routines that move me closer to my goals and dreams. I think it’s important to be present with the healthy habits that you enjoy and really seeing them as love notes to yourself. I feel like knowing the healthy habits I really enjoy and that make me feel the best, and then doing them more often helps me lean into the more challenging times in life even more.
My Favorite Healthy Habits for Mind & Body (that I LOVE!)
1. Meditation with Dr. Joe Dispenza
Meditation is my daily dose of calm, and I love meditating with Dr. Joe Dispenza. I have been to 2 of his week-long retreats (Cancun 2020 and Nashville 2023) and my life and mind has been profoundly changed because of it. I used to have really intense and overwhelming anxiety attacks and I couldn’t get out of bed for 1-2 days. Through meditating with and deepening my knowledge into the work of Dr. Joe Dispenza, I can’t remember the last time I had an anxiety attack. I think it’s been over a year. If you want to dive deeper into his work, too, I suggest you check out his book ‘Becoming Supernatural’ – it’s phenomenal!
2. The Kombucha Remix with Snap Supplements
Yes, I created a name for it because it’s SO delicious I can’t get enough of it. It’s 1 scoop of Snap Supplements Super Greens with Collagen, 1/2 scoop Snap Supplements Nitric Oxide Beets in a glass with half water and half gingerade kombucha. It’s fair to say I am obsessed with this beverage. You can get your Snap Supplements Super Greens with Collagen & Nitric Oxide Beets for 25% off with code LUNDEN25.
3. Strolls and Grounding on Grass
Few things rejuvenate my spirit like a leisurely walk, especially when I can feel the earth beneath my feet. Picture this: strolling on grass, shoes off, grounding like a champ – it’s a sensory delight! Grounding, or earthing, connects us to Mother Earth’s energy, banishing stress, improving sleep, and boosting overall well-being.
4. Sitting on my Coochball for Pelvic Floor Health
For my pelvic floor health, I’ve got a trusty sidekick – the Coochball! It’s an incredible tool for pelvic floor health, dysfunction and trauma and I sit on it and breathe for 2-3 minutes a day. Seriously, that’s it! I first learned about the Coochball from it’s creator Jana Danielson who I had on my podcast twice! EP 64: Pelvic Floor Health & How to Strengthen Your Pelvic Floor and EP 131 Pelvic Floor Health, Healing Trauma & The Power of Movement
5. Reading & Journaling
I go through phases, sometimes I like a physical book and sometimes I prefer an audiobook. Whatever you prefer, I have one piece of advice…READ MORE! Seriously, it’s so good for your brain. My 2 current coffee table books in my house are “Shadow Work” by Danielle Massi and “Human 365” by Dr. Jade Teta. “Shadow Work” takes us on a journey into our psyche’s depths, helping us heal hidden wounds. Dr. Teta’s “Human 365” dishes out daily holistic health wisdom, encouraging us on our journey to be a next level human. And, honestly I have no idea what I would do without my journal. I love creating journal prompts for myself and others and just writing it out. It’s such a good release and can completely turn my day around when I get it out on paper.
I invite you to explore your own favorite healthy habits and celebrate the routines that nurture your body and soul. Remember, it’s not about perfection but progress. Embrace the habits that light up your life, and let them be the cozy cornerstones of your journey towards a happier, healthier you. 🌟💚