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Environment is the invisible hand that shapes human behavior.

Author James Clear

Wellness Tip:

Design Your Environment for Healthier Eating Habits

Your environment plays a big role in your decisions – including which foods you eat. Here are some ways to design your space for healthier eating habits:

  • Make healthy foods more visible. Put them at eye level in your fridge and pantry.
  • Remove distractions. Keep your phone off the table during meals.
  • Hide unhealthy options. Store them out of sight, or better yet, don’t buy them at all.
  • Use smaller plates and utensils to eat smaller portions.


Read more tips here and see how you can design your space for healthier choices.

Productivity Tip:

Design Your Workspace for Increased Productivity

Speaking of environmental design, let’s look at ways to make your workspace more productive: 

  • Declutter like a boss. An organized space equals an organized mind.
  • Get natural light. Position your desk near a window and let that sunshine in, filling you with energy and Vitamin D.
  • Prioritize ergonomics. Invest in a comfortable chair and desk at the right height.
  • Personalize. Add color, inspiring quotes, or a plant buddy to your workspace.
  • Reduce ambient noise – or wear noise-canceling headphones.


Here are some more in-depth tips on workspace design. Let us know how you go!

Routine Breakdown

Jennifer Mo, Ex-Athlete & Founder of Pura Collagen

Jennifer Mo

A veteran of the sports nutrition industry who went on to found her own startup, Jennifer Mo makes the most of her mornings. She: 

  • Rises at 6 am and drinks coffee with collagen powder.
  • Focuses on her kids – makes them breakfast and gets them ready for school.
  • Heads to the gym or goes out for a run.
  • Showers using the gua sha technique to relieve tension and increase circulation.
  • Dresses and readies her mind. “I take 5 mins of mindfulness where I focus on breath work before I start my day.”


Why it works:

  • Several studies support the benefits of collagen supplements for health.
  • Family time is valuable. Research even shows that adults who spend time with kids are kinder and more generous!
  • Nothing boosts your morning mood like some physical activity. 
  • The ancient art of gua sha has some pretty solid studies to back it up. It’s used for treating pain, increasing circulation, and more.
  • A 5-minute breathing exercise really is enough to lower anxiety and calm the mind. Why not try it for yourself and let us know how it goes?

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