Self-care is important in maintaining your overall wellness. It covers several aspects including the physical, social, mental, emotional, spiritual, financial and environmental as it all has an impact on your life.
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Want to have enough energy and stay healthy? The Department of Health, the Department of Science and Technology, and the Food and Nutrition Research Institute rolled out the Pinggang Pinoy initiative as a guide for Filipinos to maintain a healthy diet.
The move seeks to ensure that the average Filipino gets their recommended nutritional intake per day.
It’s a pretty easy pattern to follow to stay strong and healthy. Accompanied with proper exercise, good nutrition helps you ward away sickness and disease without having to spend a ton on medication.
Parents are given the responsibility of caring for the family but more often than not, they lose themselves in the various roles they play for the household.
The business of earning an income, doing the chores and juggling the endless demands of the role takes its toll on one’s mental health. There are times that these get too overwhelming and it affects their mental health.
Getting in touch with your spirituality does not have to be complicated. Connecting with God enriches your life with positive words and actions and helps you look inwards to reflect. It also motivates you to look outwards to serve others.
According to book author Dr. Steven Southwick, who wrote Resilience: the Science of Mastering Life’s Greatest Challenges, people who have spiritual strength
“meet the challenge and continue with purposeful lives…they bounce back and carry on.”
Finding time to relax is a good thing. Nowadays, a growing interest in cultivating a home garden has given birth to the trend of being a plantito or plantita.
One of the main challenges of the pandemic for many individuals is the loss of a steady source of income. With business closures and limited operations, many companies had to make tough decisions to save their businesses.
“What is important is that we don't put our eggs in one basket. This pandemic taught us the value of saving and investing for the future. We must educate ourselves financially,” Manansala concluded.