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101 Ways to Get Healthier Now

by jenny sansouci on October 23, 2011

  1. Drink water.
  2. Take a walk.
  3. Read a positive book.
  4. Laugh.
  5. Forgive someone.
  6. Eat more fresh, whole foods.
  7. Go to a yoga class.
  8. Eat leafy greens.
  9. Go outside + breathe fresh air.
  10. Meditate for 5 minutes.
  11. Go to a farmer’s market.
  12. Experiment with herbal teas.
  13. Make a smoothie.
  14. Take a break from the computer.
  15. Write a gratitude list.
  16. Appreciate someone in your life. Tell them.
  17. Drink a fresh pressed green juice.
  18. Smile.
  19. Take a few long, deep breaths.
  20. Plan a trip.
  21. Clean your living space.
  22. Donate things you don’t need.
  23. Listen to beautiful music.
  24. Dance around to a fun song.
  25. Choose a piece of fruit over sugary sweets.
  26. Eat something green every day.
  27. Learn something new.
  28. Apologize to someone.
  29. After dinner, take 12 hours to digest before eating again.
  30. Make a home-cooked meal.
  31. Give someone a hug.
  32. Stretch.
  33. Spend time in a sauna or steam room.
  34. Write a love letter.
  35. Take a soothing bath.
  36. Help someone else.
  37. Give someone a gift.
  38. Write in a journal.
  39. Get quality sleep.
  40. Envision your dreams coming true.
  41. Cut back on caffeine.
  42. Prioritize pleasure.
  43. Eat whole grains.
  44. Do something unconventional.
  45. Avoid processed foods.
  46. Watch less TV.
  47. Organize + de-clutter your home.
  48. Get natural sunlight.
  49. Let yourself really relax.
  50. Try a cleanse/detox.
  51. Reduce alcohol consumption.
  52. Quit smoking.
  53. Switch to natural beauty products.
  54. Hang out with positive people.
  55. Find exercise you love and do it frequently.
  56. Ask for help.
  57. Brush + floss.
  58. Choose organic.
  59. Do things you’re excited about.
  60. Learn how to say no.
  61. Make a new friend.
  62. Don’t criticize yourself.
  63. Eat smaller amounts of food.
  64. Swap soda + sugary drinks for water.
  65. Eat at a healthy restaurant.
  66. Use healthy condiments.
  67. Turn your phone off for a few hours.
  68. Sign up for an interesting workshop.
  69. Plan a healthy outing with friends.
  70. Bring a healthy dish to a dinner party.
  71. Think outside the box.
  72. Celebrate what’s good in your life.
  73. Learn a new skill.
  74. Take time before you react.
  75. Read food labels + ingredients lists.
  76. Question authority.
  77. Slow down.
  78. Focus on what you love.
  79. Create a morning ritual.
  80. Set a new goal.
  81. Take a day off.
  82. Ditch your perfectionism + just do your best.
  83. Be a good listener.
  84. Light candles and play music while you eat.
  85. Eat colorful fruits + vegetables every day.
  86. Do something creative that inspires you.
  87. Get clear on what you want + take a step towards it.
  88. Say goodbye to artificial sweeteners.
  89. Eat seasonal foods.
  90. Spend time in nature.
  91. Cultivate your passions.
  92. Create a support network.
  93. Be bad once in awhile + let yourself off the hook.
  94. Eliminate things in your life that drain you.
  95. Set healthy boundaries.
  96. Explore a new place.
  97. Appreciate something. Anything.
  98. Try a new healthy recipe.
  99. Pay an unpaid bill.
  100. Express your desires.
  101. Congratulate yourself.

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Krystle October 23, 2011 at 1:07 pm

Thanks for putting together such a great list – I was nodding my head in agreement and reminding myself more and more to love everyday simply.


tracey k in ohio October 25, 2011 at 12:36 pm

Glad I found your site – I was following on FaceBook. This is a great list, I comment on F.Book that I was nodding @ quite a few of these things I already do. Thanks for this 🙂

Severn October 25, 2011 at 10:19 pm

Love this! A wonderful reminder that our overall health is not simply the reflection of our physical health, but the health of our entire being.

Jill October 31, 2011 at 2:53 pm

I love this Jenny!!

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