Face it, last year was a tough one. Chances are, you’re looking for ways to push a reset button as you start the New Year.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could completely refresh and recharge in 2021? Fortunately, there are some simple steps you can follow to give yourself the TLC you really need—and make this year your best one yet.
Take a moment to think about how you can meet your top needs this year—from coping with occasional stress and rehydrating to boosting your beauty routine and supporting your immune system.
Here are some ways you can help yourself give 2021 everything you’ve got.
1. Acknowledge your stress
When you’re stressed, sometimes a change of routine can really add some bounce to your step. As cooler weather sets in for many, it’s tempting to hibernate and avoid the cold.
Instead of succumbing to that urge, grab your coat, get outside and get moving. Look for ways to add more activity and relaxation throughout your day. Set a timer on your phone or computer to remind you to take frequent mini-breaks from your work or study. Use those breaks for deep breathing, a meditation session or a quick burst of exercise.
Worried about something in particular? Make the time to talk it out with someone so it doesn’t weigh you down indefinitely.
2. Rehydrate for more energy
Do you find yourself flagging in the afternoon, dragging your feet and feeling like you need a nap? Try boosting your water intake.
Most people don’t drink enough water throughout the day, and that can take its toll your energy levels as well as your digestive system and skin. Try to keep a chilled water bottle handy so you can easily sip water throughout the day no matter what you’re doing.
Need a kickstart the morning after a night out? Don’t hit the snooze button; instead Hit Reset. Hit Reset effervescent tablets from the n* by Nutrilite™ brand provide electrolytes to help keep you hydrated, while ginger provides a zingy taste. It’s a convenient and tasty way to prep for a fun night — or recover from one!
3. Refresh your beauty routine
Did you know that good looks are really a reflection of good health? To support your beauty regimen, it’s a good idea to feed your skin from the inside.
Make sure that your daily diet contains plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables so you’ll get all those vitamins and antioxidants that provide a healthy glow that no make-up can imitate.
To further boost your beauty routine, try the n* by Nutrilite Collagen shot. This ready to drink shot provides collagen to support skin health and elasticity; hyaluronic acid to promote healthy, hydrated skin; and the tasty superfruit, Acerola cherry†.
You can also try the Fizzy & Fabulous effervescent tablets, a delicious bubbly blend of vitamins that help support your inner beauty. They include biotin, which is an important vitamin for maintaining healthy hair, nails and skin†. Its secret ingredient, the Goji Berry, is also traditionally used to help support skin health†.
4. Support your immune system
You probably know that getting a wide variety of vitamins and minerals from the food you eat can be good for your immune system. But the truth is, many people don’t consume enough of these nutrients through their daily diet.
To increase your intake, take a look at n* by Nutrilite™ Go Shield effervescent tablets, which offers fun bubbles to help to support your natural defenses† and shield your bod!
These fun, fizzy tabs provide vitamins and minerals like vitamin C, magnesium and zinc, which are known for their immune system support. They also have echinacea—a popular traditional herb widely used around the world to support the body’s natural resistance†.
Putting yourself and your physical and mental well-being front and center is the best way to start your new year.
So, take some time to reexamine your routines and give your optimal health the oomph it needs to make this year your most fun, productive and amazing yet! To learn more about the products mentioned here, visit Amway.com. While these specific products are not available in Canada, you can find other Nutrilite products at Amway.ca.
†This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.