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Vitality for Mind, Body and Spirit

Boost your vitality with a self-care routine. Get started with this Word of the Week.


Word of the Week: Vitality

Practice vigor every day. You get to have the final say.


What is vital to your life and when do you feel vitality?


When I think of vitality, I think of health and prana (vital life force energy).


Someone who has vitality is, in general, experiencing optimal wellness through living a life of meaning, purpose and intention; interested in exploring more and asking questions; and growing and developing, not just for a paycheck or career path but for the evolution of their soul.


It's someone who is feeding their mind, body and spirit by taking in what they need through their senses and leaving the rest, whether that's by food, exercise or information they digest by reading or watching.


We digest everything we take in. This week, notice what brings in more vitality in your life and what doesn't, and let those observations inform your choices.


For a new Word of the Week every week, tune in to my Stand Up for Your Self-Care YouTube Channel and Instagram @JulieGtheYogi.



Vitality Through Self-Care

  • Yoga classes: Join classes virtually or in person every Monday and Wednesday at 7 pm at Bloomingdale Park District. Plus, check out upcoming pop-up yoga classes.

  • Events: Register for upcoming Self-Care for Busy People events.

  • Social media: Connect with me on YouTube, Instagram and Facebook.

  • Blog: Check out new content every week on this blog.

  • Books: Get self-care tips and inspiration from my two award-winning books 108 Yoga and Self-Care Practices for Busy Mamas and How to Stay Calm in Chaos: An Everyday Self-Care Guide.

  • Nourish Note: Get 25% off my books when you sign up for my free monthly self-care newsletter Nourish Note.


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