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Forget to stretch? Need to catch up with the homegirls? Want to de-stress? Our new 14-day challenge will elevate your well-being by helping you practice wellness habits over the next two weeks! Think of it as a fun way to become more mindful of things that can lead to a happier and healthier you.

How does it work?

Pick an activity from this sheet to complete by midnight. It’s like a wellness bingo card! You must also move at least 30 minutes daily and sip 6-8 glasses of water (because it wouldn’t be a wellness challenge without H2O and movement!). Here’s a breakdown of each activity: 

Do a breathing exercise

Breathing exercises are good for you because they can help you feel less stressed and anxious. Check out these techniques from the NHS.

Try a new healthy snack

If you’re often battling weight gain, the clue could be in your snack choices. Try healthier options (in moderation, of course!) like popcorn, nuts, dark chocolate, dates, berries, Greek yoghurt, carrots, cherry tomatoes, and cucumbers (to name a few). For more ideas, check out this list from Womens Health

Check-in on a friend

Friendships don’t grow by themselves, so we must nurture them often, especially when life gets busy. Think of a check-in as giving them a virtual hug: you never know what difference it’ll make. 

Listen to a podcast

Podcasts are a great way to learn on the move, so if you haven’t had the chance to listen to Fly Girl Collective’s Finesse Your Wellness podcast, what are you waiting for? Discover Seasons 1 and 2 here

Take a joyful selfie

Who doesn’t like a little confidence boost when you look lovely in a pic? Take a moment to capture yourself at your flyest! 

Try a no-spending day

Financial wellness means feeling in charge of your money, so paying attention to how you spend it is important. Challenge yourself: See how you do if you only spend on absolute must-haves for a day.

Make a note of gratitude

Counting your blessings is essential, so this activity is about writing down something you are grateful for. Simple! 

Try out a new fitness class

Trying a new class does a bunch of amazing things:

  1. It takes you out of your comfort zone, making you more resilient and confident.
  2. It challenges your body.
  3. You might meet a new community that can’t wait to meet you! 

Update your workout ‘fit

When you look good, you feel good – and studies have found that your workout ‘fit really affects your performance. In new gear, you get a mental boost of confidence, and a refresh could be your chance to ensure your clothes are comfy – think of a well-fitting sports bra, stretchy leggings, breathable tops and proper shoes. We’re fans of lululemon here (peep the ‘We Made Too Much‘ section for a sweet discount), but also check out Runner’s Need for expert shoe advice (they offer a free gait analysis) or The Sports Edit for stylish sportswear. 

Dress up and go to brunch

If you’ve meant to go to brunch for the longest but have yet to book it, consider this your reminder! Go with a homegirl or roll solo in a cute fit and without a care. 

Stretch or foam roll for 15 minutes

Hands up if you often forget to give your muscles and joints some TLC? Stretching is a must to stay flexible and injury-free, and foam rolling brings the extra benefits of a massage without the weight price tag. It helps with tight spots and knots, especially when the body needs it. For foam rolling tips, check out this guide. 

A phone-free lunch break

Lunch breaks are meant to be just that – a break! Give yourself a breather from the screentime and fully savour your meal, read a book or go for a walk. It’ll be great for your mental health. 

Visit a museum or a park

Every opportunity to explore, learn, or relax is lovely for your well-being. Whether you’re into nature’s beauty or art’s charm, there’s a mini-adventure waiting for you, so let’s make that happen!

Write a letter to your future self

How often do you look back and reflect on how you’ve grown? Writing a letter to your future self does just that. It’s like capturing your dreams and goals in a time capsule – and when you read it later, you’ll get a boost to keep going. Try to send your future self a message (which will be delivered on a date of your choice). 

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