Hi loves! Coming to you from sunny Mexico where I’m taking a week to unplug, relax and be filled with LOTS of inspiration for the last 10 weeks of the year (scary how fast this year is going by, right??). Vacations = so necessary in adult life – whether it’s for a few hours or a few weeks – to simply maintain your mojo and your mental health.
Are you like me? Do you ever find yourself craving a mini-vacation for your body, mind and soul? We love those days when you can make it happen by simply throwing on your favorite pair of jeans, blasting a song you love and dancing around the house. You make the kind of day you want or turn your day around by creating a ‘high’ on life. Then there are those days when this sweet release doesn’t seem to hit the spot for charging the day … and we reach for the nearest cup of coffee to supplement our energy levels. Let’s compare the two very different ways to get ‘high’ on life and the positives and negatives of each modes for changing your mood.
For us, the negatives outweigh the positives in this category. Smart people, *ahem* neuroscientists, have proven that these forms of getting ‘high’ on life only masks the underlying problem. Reaching for that sugar-glazed donut or caffeine-loaded drink to get through the afternoon? You’re better than that. Let’s focus on the natural, safe and crash-free ways to get high on life, minus the icky negative physical effects. [READ ON at Lorna Jane's Move. Nourish. Believe.]
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