In a stressful world, it’s important to keep up with your health and well-being. The ability to reduce anxiety and negative emotions can lead to better mental health, which in turn affects your physical health. It’s not always easy to know how to get started though, and many Americans find their relationships and or performance at work suffer because of it.

There are some simple ways you can practice self-care, which means different things to different people. What works for one person may not work for another, so it’s important to be able to manage your expectations and start small. One of the best ways to do this is to invest in gifts to yourself that will boost your overall health and well-being, from your diet and exercise routine to your free time. Anything that makes you feel good in a healthy way is fair game.

Here some ideas to get you started, no matter the budget.

A subscription to a healthy meal service

Many Americans struggle with keeping up a healthy diet and exercise routine, especially when their busy schedules keep them working late. If you’ve had difficulty creating healthy meals for yourself and your family, you’re not alone, and there are several companies out there that are willing to help. Blue Apron and Hello Fresh will put together fresh ingredients and deliver them right to your door so you can whip up a delicious meal that’s actually good for you. The bonus is that you make the meal yourself rather than ordering pre-cooked food, so you can learn what ingredients go into it and how to put it together. Read here for more info on the best delivery services available.

A spa day

If you’re feeling tense and stressed, consider heading to the spa for a much-needed day of relaxation. Book a babysitter, turn off your phone, and get a massage, facial, mani/pedi, or all three. Sometimes it’s necessary to take a day to ourselves and shut out the world; it can help recharge you and get you ready to tackle anything the next day.

New workout gear

If you’re committed to a new you in the new year, it might help to have new gear. Carving out time to exercise is hard when you work long hours or are tired after taking care of the kids all day, so why not at least feel good about how you look when you’re doing it? Or, invest in some new exercise tools, such as free weights or a stability ball. Even something as simple as new workout wear or a new pair of running shoes can give you a boost, and it paves the way for better health.

Still missing something?

If you’re eating a healthy diet, getting plenty of exercise, and de-stressing but still lack the energy to get through your day, you might need a supplement. Unlike caffeinated sodas or energy drinks, the best energy supplements are formulated with ingredients that are both effective and good for you. They can improve your focus, keep you alert, and even improve your mood. Just look for the formulation and delivery method that is right for you, and be sure to check with your doctor.

Taking charge of your health and well-being doesn’t have to be an overwhelming task. Look for ways you can help yourself feel better, whether it’s through exercise, a day off, or an energy-boosting supplement, and go for it. And remember to talk to your friends and family about your plans and goals so they can be a support system all through the year.

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