Entrepreneurs are notorious for overloading their plates with a million projects at once.
As we head through 2022, it’s important to reconsider how we address self-care and embrace new ways of de-stressing our lives. Because, let’s face it … if you are not taking care of your body and mind, your business will struggle to remain healthy and strong.
Here are a few self-care tips for busy entrepreneurs to consider this year.
Our bodies were made to move. Take at least 30 minutes everyday to be active. Whether that means you wake up with a yoga class, take a midday walk around the park, or tune into your favorite on-demand HIIT workout. It doesn’t matter what you do, just take the time each day to be active and let the endorphins kick-in.
You are what you eat, so nourish your body well. Poor nutrition can wreak havoc on your immune system and slow you down. Eat a diet rich in protein, vegetables, fruits, and whole grains, and don’t forget to stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water throughout the day.
Rest & Recuperation
With a loaded schedule and little time to decompress, it is imperative that entrepreneurs take well-deserved time off to rest. Commit to giving yourself ample sleep every night so you are able to wake-up rested and recharged. Plus, give yourself a vacation where you can unplug and disconnect from your phone, email, and social media.
Be sure to embrace self-care in 2022 with open arms. Your health and time are your most valuable assets — treat them well.
How do you practice self-care? Tweet @StarterNoise to let us know.
Derek Rundell, is a successful business leader, operator, and serial entrepreneur. Derek has founded, managed and sold businesses in the technology, media and finance industries. He sits on several boards and serves as an advisor/investor to numerous established businesses and startups. Startups are Derek’s real passion, and in addition to building his own portfolio of technology, media and financial ventures, he invests in and mentors startups and entrepreneurs. He is passionate about sharing his knowledge and helping other businesses succeed.