Keeping your body clean, and your teeth clean are pretty obvious aspects of hygiene. But there is another aspect which rarely gets touched on because, well, it’s embarrassing for most people to discuss.
In continuing with the hygiene segment of Plastic-Free July, I find it fitting that I went to the dentist for my 3 month check-up.
Last year, I started a new phase of ZooFit, called Eco-Wellness. It’s been an amazing journey of self-discovery and even helped shape some of my new book, The ZooFit Safari.
Every year I look forward to making a significant difference in my health and in my conservation efforts. This was a great year for me, as we tackled the plastic waste monster in our bathroom, Chris got a new kidney, and we started eating healthier for his benefit, if not mine, and I published a…
Conservation Fitness Head Start certainly has a focus on nutrition and exercise. But it’s important to remember fitness and wellness go hand in hand. You can take care of your body, mentally and physically, by practicing a locavore lifestyle.
Hygiene can be a tricky subject in wellness talks. I think especially for women, but that may be simply because I am a woman and sometimes have a difficult time discussing what I think to be quite personal.
Showers, love them or hate them, we need them. Especially you. Phew! You smell like you’ve been training positive!