It’s still the beginning of the work week and I know that some of us could use a little boost. With everything that’s going on in the world, we have to remember to take moments to enjoy the good things and be thankful for everything that’s going right.
For me, I like to capture my personal electrolytenment – an enlightened state of mind, body and soul – by taking in all of the scenery California has to offer. It’s a great way to de-stress and get away from being consumed with news and social media.
If time permits, I enjoy going on hikes. Nothing major, just myself, nature, and a little sweat. Runyon Canyon in Hollywood is a favorite place of mine, but I try to switch it up every now and then. Not only do I get my sense of electrolytenment, I get a little workout in too!
On particularly stressful days I like to push myself a little harder. The Santa Monica Steps aren’t as scenic as Runyon, but the high intensity nature of the workout helps take my mind off of whatever I’m stressing out about.
Walking along the beach is another great source of electrolytenment. Whether I’m in Malibu (there are several great canyons to hike there as well), or Venice Beach, there’s nothing more refreshing than walking in the sand as the waves crash at my feet.
No matter what, outdoor activity requires me to stay hydrated. resource® Natural Spring Water is great for the job because it has naturally occurring electrolytes [for taste], and the packaging is made with 50% recycled plastic…which is cool because it goes with the whole nature/environment theme.
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How do you capture YOUR personal electrolytement? Leave a comment below and share your tips for an enlightened mind, body, and soul.