You’re under a palm tree getting some sun and reading your favorite book, and then suddenly you’re in the office in a zoom meeting wondering, “HOW DID THIS HAPPEN?”
Well, my friend, although life sometimes throws us a break, our routine always gets us in the end. But don’t let this get you down. As with everything, the key is in your perspective; that is, in how you approach things.
The return to “normality” is also an opportunity to reformulate your routines, schedules and ways of taking care of yourself. Here are some tips.
SKIN CARE: SKIN CARE:
A NEW ROUTINE FOR YOUR SKIN
During vacation, the sun and heat can be very punishing to your skin, even if you don’t notice it. That’s why it’s important to dedicate time to your skin as you get back to your routine and prepare it for the colder months ahead.
You can start a new skin care routine based fully on moisturizing your skin so that it looks radiant. In this routine, we recommend including a water-based moisturizer and a mask once a week. Your skin will thank you.
DETOX: MAKE YOURSELF A GOOD JUICE
Popular detox juices are made from highly diuretic fruits and vegetables. What does that mean? They help to purify the body, reduce inflammation and provide you with lots of vitamins. According to Dr. Iolanda Jordán: “When you get back from vacation you must face the autumn, so it’s necessary to ingest vitamin A and C, as they boost the immune system.” These vitamins can be obtained through detox juices, such as orange, carrot and ginger juice. “It is important to eat carrots, which are very rich in vitamin A, and oranges and other citrus fruits, which provide vitamin C,” says Dr. Jordán.
SHAKE IT: MOVE YOUR BODY
Doing sports or starting a new hobby makes you produce hormones such as serotonin that help you to be happier and, without a doubt, are just what you need when coming back from vacation.
You can start with a simple routine two days a week based on stretching and basic exercises (such as push-ups, squats or burpees). Or, if you prefer, start a new sport that fits your needs (perhaps pilates or yoga). If going to the gym is not for you, walking, for example, is an activity that moves almost the entire body, is free and also helps to clear the mind.
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