Day 21, 24% Waning Crescent
Mood: Willingness – Feeling Enthusiastic
This morning I felt fresh and rested waking up. Got up a little earlier than usual. It was nice to see the soft morning sunlight slowly waking up the city. I love mornings. A time that’s full of possibilities, full of potential…
Exercise: Even though I felt tired and didn’t want to exercise, I got myself to my dance class anyway. And once again it completely changed my mood and energy level. Afterwards, I felt amazing. I’m convinced that exercise, especially aerobic exercise, is the key to fight PMS, PMDD, and depression.
Sleep & Rest: After dinner, I went to bed to read. Nice to stay away from the TV and spend a little quiet time with some of the great minds of our time. I seem to sleep better after reading instead of watching a movie before bed.
Self-esteem: I have a full day of class today. I’m going to enjoy my day. Hope you’ll enjoy yours!
How do you feel today? Pause for a moment, connect with your feelings, care for yourselves, and record your journey.
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The essence of life is movement. Regular exercise is a critical factor in promoting your physical, mental and emotional wellbeing. Aerobic exercise, especially, has been recommended by researchers as the first line of treatment for PMS/PMDD and depression.
The secret is to find exercises you enjoy and do them regularly. Use our tools to help you develop your exercise routine, stay motivated and stay on track!