Peace out 2020! We sure have been happy to ring in the new year and welcome 2021 with open arms.
After a truly challenging year of social isolation, many of us are looking for more ways to take better care of our well-beings and embrace positive vibes.
If you’re looking for ways to learn and grow, check out our list of top 2021 wellness trends.
Many of us have not given enough time and effort to nurturing our mental health. Instead, we focus our energy on eating well and exercising—leaving our mental health off to the side. Moving forward, give your mental fitness a proper workout and practice daily check-ins with your emotional health. Here are a few ways:
- Disconnect from social media
- Set daily intentions
Healthy Skin is In
Your skin is your largest organ. It’s home to a collection of microflora and acts as a first line of defense. Treat it with care and protect it from toxins.
Start small and think about all the daily products you use on your skin. Have you ever read the ingredient lists on these products? Download EWG on your phone to see which products are safe and toxin-free.
Raise your wrist if you wear a fitness tracker!
So many of us have been micro-tracking our health thanks to wearable fitness trackers. And, we aren’t just tracking our active calories—pulse oximetry, heart rate, skin temperature, and glucose monitoring are just a few other ways we can monitor our health.
Although it is often considered taboo, psychedelics have been used for countless years. They’ve been known to help manage mental health and make deeper emotional connections. Check out the mindbodygreen podcast to learn more about doctor-monitored ketamine-assisted therapies.
What wellness trends are you most excited about? Tweet @StarterNoise.
In search of the next big thing? Just look to Sarah, our resident expert on the coolest trends, from fitness apparel to cocktails. A visionary leader for Tulip Strategies, Sarah has a hawk’s eye for spotting upcoming trends and creating viral marketing campaigns. Account Director at Tulip Strategies and Co-Founder of StarterNoise.