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Spring Cleaning

Spring is officially here. It is now a great time to deep clean your home, re-organized your life, declutter, service the HAVAC system, shred junk mail, service your vehicles, get an annual credit report, and more. For some people Spring Cleaning feels almost like a biological imperative. Scientist have noted that at the Spring or Vernal Equinox, we tend to be energetic, spirited and jubilant. Further, with the boost of energy there is a focus on transition that effects nature and us as human beings. For many cultures the Spring Equinox marks the official start of the New Year.

It is not only a great time to renew and refresh your surroundings and tools, it is also an excellent time to renew and rejuvenate your body.  Have you found yourself or some of associates focusing on renewal, new beginnings, personal changes, or personal balance during the Spring?

This fresh-start effect not only impacts the mind, it also impacts our body. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Spring is a great time of renewal for the organ systems within your body. Further, it is the best time of the year to detoxify the liver. According to TCM, during spring our liver energy, or Qi, is naturally rising, and this helps the detoxification process.

If your home, car, machines, and schedules function better after good Spring Clean, how do you think your body would function after some Spring Cleansing. Your lungs, liver, bladder, kidneys, heart, stomach, pancreas and colon need the same Spring Cleansing and maintenance effort as your home. At Thrive Now Wellness we have found that Spring Cleansing your body is an effective preventative and healing wellness practice that yields unmatched mental, physical, and emotional results.

Want to learn effective ways to Spring Cleansing your body? Join the Spring Cleansing live stream in the Thrive Now Wellness w/ Coach Chandler FB Group on March 21st  2018 at 7pm est.


Habitual Success

We all know at least one small and simple act that we can do consistently to improve our physical, mental, spiritual, or emotional wellbeing. Further, we all know at least one good habit that we would like to cultivate. Do you think you can pick one simple act that will improve your wellbeing and do it every day for 30 days? What do you think the result will be? How will the result make you feel? (These questions are just food-for-thought….)

Some examples of small, simple, and inexpensive daily acts that can improve how you feel may include:

  • Full body stretching
  • Drinking lemon water first thing each morning
  • Reading or listening to insight on your career or passion
  • Before bed, appreciate something that went well in your day
  • Laugh with someone you love

Join me in committing to practicing one small and simple act of self-fulfillment and self-improvement each day of the next four weeks. What act do you choose? Share your journey in the Thrive Now Wellness Facebook community.

Download  your free 30 Day Thrive Now Wellness Tracker now and start your .

Total Wellness Starts With Self-Love

Wellness is a mindset and lifestyle that achieves good mental, physical, spiritual and relational health. Creating a wellness mindset lays the foundation to a healthier lifestyle and achieving sustainable wellness results. The primary component of a wellness mindset is the regard for one’s own well-being and happiness – Self-Love. Unfortunately, self-love is often seen as a moral flaw, akin to vanity and selfishness. The Merriam-Webster dictionary later describes self-love as to “love of self” or “regard for one’s own happiness or advantage”. At Thrive Now Wellness we see self-love as crucial to total wellness.

Ask yourself:
How is your intentional regard for your well-being and happiness?

How often do you treat yourself like a prized possession?

Are you treating yourself like an invaluable and irreplaceable asset in your life?

Is your relationship with you a priority?

Do you love and accept yourself completely?


Here are somethings to consider:
People who develop a stronger sense of self-love tend to be more successful in reaching and maintaining wellness goals. Creating a better version of yourself requires both internal and external change. At Thrive Wellness we have found that the internal shifts of thought process, beliefs, priorities, and views fuel behavior and all external change. When people experience health challenges and major lifestyle imbalances both self-neglect and mis-education are root causes.

Need to transform your health and create a greater sense of wellness throughout your life? Start with building your self-love.

Want more information on practical ways to improve your self-love?

Want to implement a self-love practice that builds a greater sense of self-love?

Need help getting total wellness results?

Contact Coach Chandler at coach@tnwlife.com and call 678-465-7118. For more tips on self-love join the Thrive Now Wellness w/ Coach Chandler FB Group. Self-love tips will be provided every Sunday in February.


The most basic motivation behind eating food is to get nutrients necessary for life, vitality, and growth. We instinctually eat food and food like substances to receive vitamins, minerals, amino acids and essential fatty acids that we need to create healthy cells and energy. Beyond the basic needs we also consume food and food like substances for comfort, connection, joy, recreation, and emotional relief.

When making food choices, how much should we think about the food’s likelihood to provide the absorbable nutrients that actually support wellness and nourish the body? There are a few factors to consider when we are looking to improve nutrition. First consider that both proper food choices and preparation are critical for getting the most out of our meals. Second, consistent food habits are the foundation to eating-to-thrive vs. eating-to-survive.

What is eating-to-survive? Eating-to-survive mostly involves low quality, highly processed, highly chemicalized, and over cooked foods which provide very few nutrients. These foods cause the body to work harder than it should in its attempt to find nutrients. When the body cannot find nutrients or is not getting what it needs from food, health declines and deficiency results. Decline or deficiency can be gradual, so continual survival is possible. Examples of decline are indigestion, bloating, and disease such as diabetes.

What is eating-to-thrive? Eating-to-thrive entails consuming nutrient rich, digestible, and absorbable foods that easily provide nutrition to the body. It’s when the body can easily use the food consumed and gets what it needs from food for vitality, healthy growth, and wellness results. Results of wellness are great energy throughout the day, mental and physical clarity, and sound sleep.

Are you thinking about upgrading your nourishment priorities? Do you want more insight on making highly nourishing food tasty? To get more information on eating-to-thrive join the Thrive Now Wellness W/ Coach Chandler Face Book community or visit www.thrivenowwellness.com

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