Harsh preservatives, dreadful ingredients, general stress. Detoxing your body potentially lowers the risk of disease and improves your overall health. Cleansing your life will help you feel your complete best, too.
Refresh your friends
Cleanse your database of friends. On social media or anywhere in your life for that matter, cut out people who don’t bring you joy. There’s enough drama in the world without inviting in any more in. Start by culling 10 percent of your Facebook ‘friends’ (like those high school you still haven’t talked to).
Use natural household cleaners
Those household cleaners… uurrgghh! They’re harsher still when you’re scrubbing countertops and floors. Too many sprays and wipes are loaded with ammonia, bleach and phosphates. Enough, already. Find products with natural ingredients. Look for products free of parabens, chlorine and nonylphenol ethoxylates (commonly called NPE). Check out our Household Care range for more. Your friends, your family and your planet say thank you!
Help yourself with new habits
Unhealthy habits can be the hardest to break, but it’s necessary when detoxing. Comfort eating, going back to places or people that bring out the worst in you… it’s change time. Bad habits stop you living to your potential, so replace them with happier, healthier habits.
Give me 10 more!
Don’t work out? Don’t sweat it. Ten extra minutes of exercise repays you in energy, muscle tone and weight loss. A recent Oprah study found women “who walked an average of 72 minutes a week – 10 minutes of shopping a day – improved heart strength and general fitness, nearly matching women exercising twice as long.” Add that 10 minutes and time will add that fitness.
Save your skin
Pollution doesn’t have to be seen or smelt to be there. Homes can be filled with pollutants. Formaldehyde, fire-retardants and radon, even volatile chemicals from fragrances used in cleaners are common. But nasties can even be found in skin care products.
So, protect yourself and live clean. Detoxify your life and your products. See our range to find out more.
Originally published on Modere.com (from FamilyShare.com)