Electrolytenment –> an enlightened state of mind, body and soul.
My life has gone from afternoon runs, evening yoga sessions and late night drinks to early morning wake-ups, afternoon playdates and late night nursing sessions. The one thing that hasn’t changed is my need for healthy living and hydration.
I try to eat well 80% of the time although some weeks it’s more like 70% and other weeks it’s 60% and rare weeks it’s 90%. Whats most important though is balance. I try not to stress, recognize my short comings and remember that every day is a chance to make improvements.
I also try to make an effort to do some sort of workout 5x/week. I try to run, do HIIT workouts or other strength 3-4x/week and attempt to fit in an at home yoga session 1-2x/week even if it’s only 15-20 minutes. I am having a hard time doing yoga at home and am going to try the new yoga studio down the road once we return from our cross country trip. I feel so much more refreshed and recharged after I a studio yoga practice, there really is nothing like it. Do you prefer yoga at home or in a studio?
Along with eating well and working out most of the time I try and drink at least 64oz of water per day but with working out and nursing I strive to drink closer to 100oz per day. It’s true what they say that nursing makes you constantly thirsty! Since I am nursing and working out and we have been having a crazy hot summer water is essential. I am also always on the go with Edith though I have to make sure that I take water with me so lately I’ve been bringing resource® Natural Spring Water with me. This water has the extra perk of being 100% naturally sourced spring water, has naturally occurring electrolytes- woohoo electrolytes, am I right? I’ll be sad when my stash is gone!
My path to electrolytenment involves staying healthy, focused and active because for me to be awake and present in all aspects of my life I need to also take time for these things. Being healthy means eating well, staying hydrate (enter resource® Natural Spring Water), working out and making time for things that I am passionate about.
What is on your path to electrolytenment?
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