2014: A Healthier You

As we head into the last evening of 2013, we are reminded of a wonderful year. And, of course, of the things we want to do differently next year. So, here are five easy tips on being a healthier you in 2014.

Eat healthy. Fad diets don't work and neither does skipping meals. Try to maintain a healthy weight with vegetables, fruits, lean meats and lots of exercise.

Get some sleep. That doesn't mean catching up on the weekends. Get to bed at a regular time every day, including Saturdays. Don't stay up too late or sleep to late. A regular sleep schedule can make a world of difference in how you feel every day.

Find some peace. It is easy to get stressed, but it is also okay to give yourself a break. An activity like reading, yoga, running or singing can help you relax. Take some time off for yourself, even if it's just a few minutes. Or if you can, enjoy a whole week off. Your brain and body will thank you and you might even find yourself happier and better at concentrating.

Hydrate. Drinking water is good for your body in a ton of ways, from keeping you full between meals to keeping your skin and hair healthy. And if you work long, tough days on the farm, hydrating is key. Grab a water bottle and keep it with you. Your body will thank you.

Make friends. Friends are there to support you through bad and good times. Make a new connection or focus on an old one. If you need life advice, who better to ask than a fellow farmer! Looking for an inspirational woman in ag? Look no further than our community here. Don't go through stresses alone. It's ok to ask for help and to help others when they need you!

What did we miss? Share your thoughts in the comments. And have a wonderful New Year's Eve!

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