Keep your New Year resolutions with EasyWellness

EasyWellness will help you start 2022 on the right track. Build simple — but essential — healthy habits.

Happy New Year, friends! When picking your resolutions, you want to set yourself up for success and feel uplifted. According to Statista, the top New Years resolutions always include building healthier habits. If living a mentally and physically healthier lifestyle is on your list, this is the year to try it with the EasyWellness App.

With EasyWellness, you can slowly integrate healthier habits into your life at your own pace. Stretching, Breathing, Hydration and Steps: these are the four pillars of EasyWellness and the perfect place to start.

As you go on your EasyWellness journey, here are a few tips for success:

  1. Start small: EasyWellness allows you to start at your own level. With Step Tracking, the app starts by calculating your average step count. If your goal is to create a walking habit, you can simply make your average step count your daily goal. Slowly but surely, you can increase your daily steps.
  2. Listen to your body: It’s best to be prepared for difficult days. Even if you are working your way towards a goal, there will be times where you need to do less. That’s OK. Choosing to do less won’t count against your streaks.
  3. Share and inspire: When we take care of ourselves, we inspire others to do the same. Creating new habits can be challenging in cases where we are the only one in our home ready to make a change. But wait and see: you will uplift yourself and those around you. Plus, there is nothing better than seeing our loved ones cheering us on.
  4. Keep moving forward: No one is perfect. Therefore, we have to make sure that we are kind to ourselves when we feel we haven’t done our best. Just keep moving forward with prioritizing your self care.

Want to get healthier without the pressure? Download EasyWellness in the App Store today!


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