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Daily Activities for Living Well

In need of improving wellness, but don't know where to start? Below is a week-long list of daily activities that you can do for living well. You do not have to participate in every single activity each day; you can choose one for each day to practice these wellness habits.


  • Get outside and soak up some vitamin D. Find a park or trail and take a walk (tip - get someone to go for a walk with you).
  • Be aware of your feelings. Express them to people you trust.
  • Practice and say out loud five positive affirmations (ex. I am strong, I am brave, I am smart, I am loved, etc.)


  • Make a budget for April. If needed, talk to a financial advisor to get started.
  • Reach out to someone you care about. Make a date to get together.
  • Declutter, donate, and recycle things you don't need or use anymore.


  • Have a plant-based meal.
  • Be well at work - set goals for your career and start taking steps to achieve them.
  • Find an opportunity to appreciate nature.


  • Schedule any doctors visits, exams, or checkups that you have been putting off.
  • Be a role model for those around you. Let them see you making healthy choice and encourage them to do the same.
  • Nurture your spiritual wellness. Ask yourself what values are most important to you.


  • Bring a homemade lunch to work rather than buying fast food.
  • Explore public events in your community and discover ways to get involved.
  • Do ten pushups (or modified pushups) and 10 sit-ups.


  • Have dinner with your family, friend, or neighbor with no smart devices.
  • Find a book to read, and read one chapter every day.
  • Take a mental health break at work and go for a walk outside or in the hallways.


  • Forgive someone who has wronged you.
  • Instead of watching a 30-minute show, listen to a 30-minute educational podcast or watch a TED Talk.
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