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When you dance, your purpose is not to get to a certain place on the floor. It’s to enjoy each step along the way.

Wayne Dyer

Wellness Tip:

Dance Like No One’s Watching

You know dancing is fun. You know it can help you get fit. But did you know it’s also great for mental health

A shimmy on the dancefloor can boost your mood and lower anxiety. It can lift your self-esteem. It can encourage social bonding and reduce feelings of pain.

Whether it’s a salsa class or a living room dance party for one—kick off your shoes and dance.

Productivity Tip:

Define Productivity

It’s easy to confuse being busy with being productive. Working all the hours in the world won’t make you productive if you’re working on the wrong things.

So, take a moment to reflect on what productivity looks like for you. Remember that it isn’t about getting more done; it’s about making time for the things that matter most.

This is why Panda Planner has space each day to record your top 3-5 priorities. Everything else—tasks, schedule, etc—happens downstream of those priorities. 

Once you know what matters for you, the rest falls into place.

Routine Breakdown

Nick Wooster, Fashion Consultant & Influencer

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Menswear icon Nick Wooster says morning is his favorite time of day. He

  • Rises early. “The earlier the better. If I’m getting up at six, that means I slept in.”
  • Makes the bed. “Every morning, without fail. It’s the first thing I do.”
  • Prays and meditates to help quiet his mind, then sets intentions for the day.
  • Goes to the gym 5 out of 6 days a week. He calls this the most important part of his morning. “It’s a lot like the meditation—it helps to mentally prepare.”
  • Has iced coffee and breakfast.


Why it works:

  • Getting up early is great if you can do it. Just follow Nick’s lead and go to bed early to compensate. (He aims for 6-8 hours sleep a night.)
  • Making your bed has mental health benefits.
  • Meditation is good for stress, immunity, memory, you name it—while setting intentions helps you stay on the path to your goals.


Nick says consistency is key: He’s had the same morning routine since 1995 when he got sober and changed to a morning person. “The great thing about today is that I take my time and enjoy the morning,” he says. Do you try to slow down in the mornings?

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