Staying at Home Has Changed How Think About Wellness

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Let me introduce you to a younger, more stable and innocent version of me: 2019 Josie (has 2020 felt like it’s already been a decade to anyone else?). 2019 was the year I moved to Los Angeles (my lifelong dream, AKA ever since I first saw The Hills), started studying for my health coaching certification (I’ve always been a nerd who loves to learn), and felt like I had “perfected” the balance of healthy eating I enjoyed and exercise I looked forward to. And then 2020 hit harder than Jenna Dewan and Channing Tatum’s breakup (still in mourning), and a stay-at-home order totally disrupted the habits and routine I had so consciously built. 

It feels wildly insensitive to say there’s a “bright side” to a time like this, but if we can hang onto any amount of hope, I do believe this time has been transformative to my own wellness journey and has changed what “healthy”…

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