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Wellness Tip:

Indulge In Some Nostalgia

You know how the things you loved as a kid seem totally special and magical now? That’s the power of nostalgia. 

But here’s the real magic: Basking in the warm glow of your favorite memories isn’t just fun, it’s a research-backed route to a happier you. Studies show that indulging in nostalgia can boost your mood, spark creativity, and even soothe pain. 

Try flipping through old photos, listening to music from your past, or recreating your favorite childhood meals. Sharing these moments with friends or family can double the joy. 

What things are most nostalgia-inducing for you? Reply and let us know!

Routine Breakdown

Amy Peacock, Founder of Earth’s Secret

Amy Peacock

“I like to stick to this morning routine every day,” says wellness entrepreneur Amy Peacock. “Even if it’s hard to get up, I like to do at least one step.” She:

  • Stretches and drinks water upon waking. “Even when I’m feeling extra tired, after I do this, I feel so much better.”
  • Takes an ice-cold shower. “If you accomplish the most difficult thing first, then everything that comes after that will be easy.”
  • Meditates for 10 minutes, working on mindfulness and just being present.
  • Opens her journal and repeats positive affirmations for the day, reviewing her desires and goals. 
  • Sometimes does 5 mins of Wim Hof interactive breathing. “I am a big fan of the iceman, and this breathing technique is so amazing.”
  • Gets dressed and, just before heading off to work, takes Earth’s Secret Balance and Boost supplements. “After that, I feel energized, calm, focused, and ready to start my day.”


Why it works:

  • Stretching improves blood flow, making you feel more energized and awake. 
  • As well as starting the day with a win, cold showers may well boost your health.
  • Mindfulness is good for our hearts, minds, and bodies!
  • There’s science behind both journaling and affirmations, making this a powerful combination for mental health. That’s why daily affirmations are included in Panda Planner.
  • The Wim Hof method is designed to stimulate the parasympathetic system, thus lowering stress – and there’s some research to support the benefits.


Have you ever tried Wim Hof breathing? If you’re interested in giving it a try, there’s a guided video here. See if it works for you!

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