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CARLY ROWENA WELLNESS COACH, AUTHOR & FOUNDER OF MOODMENT APP

“We all know that exercise is important for our health and overall wellbeing. If you’re finding it hard to feel motivated, get your outfit ready the night before and book your class (or prepare your space if it’s a home workout) in advance. It makes it so much easier to get it done! If hour-long workouts are not your thing, why not create a little challenge like 30 squats, 30 burpees and a 30-second plank each day?”

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STEPH ELSWOOD FOUNDER OF CAROUSE, DRY DISCO CLUB AND SASSTAINABLE

“We are spending far too long staring into our screens. My biggest wellness tip is keeping your phone out of your bedroom. Leave it to charge outside and use an alarm clock. Try to end and start your day phone-free and check in with yourself before you check your tech.”

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ZANNA VAN DIJK BLOGGER, CO-FOUNDER OF STAY WILD AND A FORBES 30 UNDER 30 ENTREPRENEUR

“I know during the colder months it takes a new level of motivation to get outdoors, but exposing yourself to natural daylight in the mornings really helps to kickstart your internal rhythms and keep you energised. So, wrap up warm and get yourself out in nature for a morning walk and you’ll feel the benefits all day!”

Follow Zanna on Instagram at @zannavandijk

SHIVANI PAU HOST OF POCAST ‘A MILLENIAL MIND’ AND FOUNDER OF MY PERFORMANCE PLANNER

“I recommend going for a walk without music or listening to a podcast. We’re so overly stimulated with sounds, news, podcasts, and other social media outlets that we forget to listen to our own thoughts. Even if it’s just 15 minutes, walking in nature and spending time with your own thoughts can provide so much clarity and encourage new ideas.”

Follow Shivani on Instagram at @shivani.pau

ROSIE MILLEN NUTRITIONIST, AUTHOR AND MENTAL HEALTH COACH

Connect with others. A poll in 2022 found that being alone for too long is the equivalent to smoking 15 cigarettes per day. I often feel lonely and always schedule into my diary every week events, dinners or meetings with friends to mitigate this. Connecting with others is even more important for your mental health during the winter months, particularly as the days are darker and the weather is typically more drizzly.”

Follow Rosie on Instagram at @missnutritionist

MADELEINE SHAW NUTRITIONAL THERAPIST, YOGA TEACHER AND COOKERY AUTHOR

“I love to focus on crowding in rather than cutting out. So, add extra vegetables to your plate and focus on upping your fibre and protein. I think this positive attitude makes eating healthier easier over the colder months rather than focusing on all the things you ‘can’t’ have.”

Follow Madeleine on Instagram at @madeleine_shaw_

ISABELLE SHURY WELLNESS JOURNALIST AND FITNESS COACH

Taking a slow approach to wellness throughout the winter months is the key to seeing the long-term benefits. People often go hell for leather with fitness and dieting during the first few weeks of the year which ultimately results in failure as you’re miserable a few weeks in. Play the long game! Get up 15 minutes early to walk part of your commute, swap a sweet breakfast for a savoury one to support glucose levels, diversify your diet by adding in nutrients rather than limiting what you eat (think herbs, seasonal veg, grains & pulses), book a fitness class surrounded by other like-minded individuals…basically whatever works for YOU! Think of it as habit-stacking, Rome wasn’t built in a day and winter is the perfect time to slowly incorporate healthy habits into your routine without overwhelming yourself. The outcome of small habit-stacking exceeds incredible results, and before you know it, these will become the rituals you live by!”

Follow Isabelle on Instagram at @isabelle_shury

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