Wellness Reset: Tips for Getting Back into a Healthy Routine


Jen Logan, Community Exercise and Aquatics Program Manager

Jennifer Logan, Community Exercise and Aquatics Program Manager

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A wellness reset that allows time for self-care is good for body and mind.

As the seasons change, it’s a great time to do a wellness reset – for mind and body

Here are some steps to take to get into a healthy routine:

  • Make a schedule that works for you and stick to it. This schedule includes work, family, and you time.
  • Hold yourself accountable: Choose realistic tasks or milestones (For example, spend an hour per week doing relaxation/meditation). You will feel like you are achieving small goals, forming positive habits.
  • Clean your space: Start fresh for the season by cleaning, organizing or making décor changes.
  • Stay social: Continue to see friends and family in an ongoing way that works for you. 
  • Be good to yourself: Mentally prepare for the seasonal changes by focusing on your strengths and adaptability.
  • Try new things: Maybe it is an art or exercise class -- whatever you find interesting, challenging and fun.


A woman using bands to stretch her arms in an exercise class
If moving more and getting fit is on your fall to-do list, South Shore Health's Community Exercise Program has a variety of classes to help you reach your activity goals. ​

If getting in shape and being more active is on your autumn to-do list, South Shore Health’s Community Exercise Program offers a variety of land, pool and virtual classes fit for all ages and ability levels. Try a class for free by emailing CEP@southshorehealth or calling 781-624-4367.

Jennifer Logan is the Director for the Center for Physical Wellness' Community Exercise and Aquatics Programs. Learn more about Community Exercise classes at South Shore Health.