A simple one-day plan that includes meals

not all Summer vacations require make-up, but let’s be honest, some of the best ones do. Whether you’ve exhausted yourself with long flights to exotic locales, hit too much heat (and that poolside bar), or exhausted yourself with family gatherings, how you take care of yourself once you return home can have a big impact on your sense of well-being. -being.

Let this deprivation-free day plan help you get back to life at home. With recipes from holistic health coach Cassandra Bodzak, he’ll feel cleaner and more nourished as he unpacks.

Publisher’s note: Does a full day of home-cooked meals, meditation, and a bath seem unrealistic to you right now? We understand! Read the story and take what you can, whether it’s root vegetables in your takeout or ordering a green juice delivery!

The Post-Holiday Detox:
A one day plan

01. Start your day with lemon water. Start your day with a nice cup of warm water and up to half a freshly squeezed lemon. Warm lemon water helps cleanse the system and kick-start digestion for the day and is a great way to set the tone for a healthy and hydrated day.

If your vacation has left you sluggish, consider starting with lemon water every day for a week or more. Don’t worry, you can always drink plenty of coffee afterwards!

02. Get punished. If you can, go outside early in the day and put your bare feet on the ground. Whether that means a few deep breaths in the backyard or a brisk walk around the block, many health professionals believe that direct sunlight early in the day can help you beat jet lag and sleep better at night. To read about the practice of grounding and travel, read the full story HERE.

If you really want to dive in here, try this grounding meditation…

Find a comfortable place to sit in an easy pose, close your eyes and begin to focus on your breath, inhaling through your nose and exhaling through your mouth. Imagine a rope stretching down through your being, through the ground and deep into the center of the earth. Feel anchored. Take a moment to embrace this grounded feeling. Realize how different this feels from how you have felt in a new place or while flying. Sit anywhere from 2 to 20 minutes. When you are ready to end the meditation, gently wiggle your fingers and toes together, rub your palms together, and place them over your eyes while slowly opening them and exposing them to the light.

03. Set an intention Take this time to set an intention for the day and don’t be afraid to be practical. Most of us feel a little guilty if we are tired after a vacation knowing that we have tasks to return to. He decides to let it go now.

Here are some good intentions for your first days home after traveling:

– I’m going to allow myself to gently acclimatize to be back home today.
– I am going to give myself everything I need to nourish myself and recover this week.
– I am going to approach today with a sense of humor and a lot of grace.

04. Mid-morning juice You may be experiencing a lot of cravings right now simply because of the sugar or processed foods you may have consumed while traveling. Enjoy this simple yet delicious juice recipe from holistic health coach Cassandra Bodzak mid-morning when you feel ready, after your lemon water. Cassandra’s Green Juice Recipe Is Packed With Beauty-Enhancing Ingredients And A Ton Of Vitamin C. take the recipe

05. A Grounding Salad Recipe Tubers ground us and connect us with the earth; they help us to literally feel ‘grounded’, which is the opposite of how we might feel after a trip: anxious, stressed or fickle. Adding root vegetables to a salad with tons of greens will help balance our energy while giving the body delicious sustenance to replenish with…take the recipe

06. Cauliflower Apple Soup In the evening, enjoy this Apple Cauliflower Soup, a hearty, crave-worthy classic. A soup is the perfect light dinner when made with lots of vegetables, because it’s easy to digest at the end of the night, but heavy enough to leave you feeling grounded and satiated before bed. The perfect food to help get your stomach out of travel mode and get a good night’s sleep. take the recipe

07. Herbal tea + An epsom salt bath To cap off the night, make an herbal tea you love after dinner. Cassandra showed us this Tulsi sweet rose tea, which is stress relieving and very fragrant.

If you have time, take a moment to process some travel highlights or set new goals in your journal with your tea. Even better, and especially if you’re having trouble sleeping after a trip, treat yourself to an Epsom salt bath that’s also incredibly relaxing.

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