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Happy January 24, 2023 – Hydration and Ayurveda
Happy Tuesday Yogis! National Hydration Day was in the middle of my first month of entries, which is now my 30 Day Intro Challenge. I am glad to revisit this during the year, because I always forget to prioritize this! I have mentioned that I love resolutions, and “drink more water” has been at the top of my New Years’ Resolutions list every year for at least 20 years. I also love holidays and any reason to celebrate, so I hope you all enjoy recognizing some of these random national and international holidays.
30 Day Challengers
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Today we will focus on hydration again before restarting our 8 Limbed Yoga practices, since I personally DO need to revisit my resolution to drink more water and many of you may also struggle with this. So, maybe this is the key to my finally keeping my resolution to drink more water.. roundabout method, but yay! I also completed my Ayurveda Continuing Education, so I am covering both since they do have some correlations.
I would like to report that now finally with the help of my drink water app and tea, I have been meeting my daily hydration goals more often than not!
Today’s Positive Practice suggestion
Today’s Daily Yogi Practice is to track, evaluate, and possibly increase your hydration levels. If you are like me and need help with this, maybe get a new water bottle to keep water with you and help track oz you drink during the day. If you have a favorite bottle already, perhaps try the Ulla clip which will blink to remind you if you have not drunk for a while (thanks to SEB for this tip!). Try adding fruit, mint, tea, cucumber, etc to your water if that encourages you to drink more during the day. Or perhaps try an app like Drink Water – Daily Reminder (free version is fine) to help with tracking and pop-up reminders, and a tool for personalized recommended oz of water per day.
Ayurveda – Chapped Lip Remedy
Ayurveda has many natural remedies and health practices you may have tried, like oil pulling, tongue scraping, and Neti. I have recently learned a new Ayurveda practice that finally solved my long dry or chapped lips! Although I do still use chapstick with sunscreen during the day, I now apply coconut oil at night to both my lips and inside my belly button! I was amazed at how well and quickly this worked, and is one of my favorite Ayurvedic practices… please try for yourself!!
Want more on Hydration & Ayurveda? Check out our Hydration & Ayurveda Guide!
Need help hydrating? Check out our recommended tracking bottles and reminders
Share your Practice
Please comment and share your thoughts on today’s hydration discussion. I hope you are doing better than I am keeping up with your hydration goals than I am 🙂 Always remember, be kind!
More Positive Practices
Missed yesterday’s post? Read it here!