The 5 R's of Wellness: How to Make Your Personal Practice More Engaging and Intentional



A key component of any healthy lifestyle change is being intentional about it. When you’re intentional, you’re more mindful and engaged with what you’re doing and why you’re doing it. This keeps you motivated to take consistent action towards your goals, leading to better outcomes over time. The 5 R's of Wellness are five ways to make your wellness practice more engaging and intentional so that you can enjoy the journey towards better health and well-being instead of just focusing on the results . . . which will come eventually anyway!


1) Remember

If you want to make your wellness practice more engaging and intentional, start by remembering why you're doing it in the first place. What are your goals? What do you hope to achieve? Once you have a clear understanding of your motivation, it will be easier to stay on track.


2) Review

1. Review your wellness goals. Why did you start down the path of wellness? What are your specific goals? By regularly reviewing your goals, you can keep yourself on track and motivated.

2. Review your current practices. What works for you and what doesn't? Are there any areas that you could improve upon? Don't be afraid to make changes as needed.

3. Review your resources. What do you have at your disposal that can help you in your quest for wellness?


3) Reflect

One way to make your wellness practice more engaging and intentional is to reflect on your progress. This can be done by setting aside time each week to review your goals and see how far you've come. It can also be helpful to journal about your experiences or talk to a friend or therapist about your journey. Taking a step back to reflect on your progress will help you stay motivated and on track.


4) Recommit

One way to make your wellness practice more engaging is to recommit to it regularly. This means setting aside time each day or week for your practice and making a commitment to stick with it. It can be helpful to set goals for yourself or find an accountability partner to help keep you on track. You may also want to consider signing up for a class or workshop or joining a group. Whatever you do, make sure you are deliberate about your practice, and that it is something you truly enjoy.


5) Report

1) Recognize what isn't working. If you're not seeing results from your current wellness routine, it's time to take a step back and figure out what isn't working. What are you doing that isn't giving you the results you want?

2) Reframe your mindset. A negative mindset will only lead to negative results. You need to believe in yourself and your ability to make changes in order to see any real change occur.

3) Set realistic goals.



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