It’s finally ready!!! I have been working on this Wellness Workbook for a while now. To be honest, I created it over a year ago and I am just now finalizing the document and sharing with all of you. Like many of you, I have tried many different medications, diets and I’ll call them “gimmicks” to alleviate my pain. At the end of the day, what works is what most of us already know… diet, exercise and most important (in my mind)… the ability to relax and manage our stress.
I originally created the templates in this workbook for myself as a way to document my goals for better health and, as important, hold myself accountable to working towards achieving those goals. I pulled it together from all the various books and materials I have read over the course of the years, various classes I have taken, and my personal experiences.
- Wellness Wheel: tool used to help you discover opportunities for an improved quality of life and create goals based on those areas.
- Wellness Plan: worksheet for documenting your short and long-‐term health goals and listing up to four key goals in the areas that you want to work on that will help you achieve your overall short and long-‐ term goals.
- Flare Plan: worksheet for documenting the tools that help you, both physically and mentally, when you are in a flare. It helps to document these so you can just flip to this page and use the tools that you know will help you.
- Exercise Quick Reference Sheet: there are countless exercises you can do to help with your pain, these are just some of the stretches and strengthening exercises I use on a daily basis.
- Reference Information: information to help you better understand how to use the daily worksheets.
- Daily Wellness Journal: worksheet for you to document each day; your exercise, food, pain level and how you addressed your pain, gratefulness and memorable moments.
- My Priorities for Today…: worksheet to document your personal and work priorities on a daily basis.
- Automatic Thoughts Worksheet: template to help you manage your stress and negative thoughts.
I hope that it helps you as much as it has me. Please feel free to share with whoever you feel might benefit from this type of resource, I would just appreciate if you would send them to my blog to pull down the latest version. You can either click on the image above or go to my Tools & Resources page to download the workbook.
I would also love to get your feedback so I can continue to make improvements. You all know best what it takes to manage your health and I love to hear new and creative ways to have better days.
Stay cool and keep on smiling!
This is great! Exactly what I was looking for. Thank you!
This is really cool, thank you for putting it together! I think this is something that could really help a lot of people. I’m going to have to try it =)
This is amazing – what a wonderful resource – will definitely be sharing it everywhere.
Hey I have a quick question about your blog, could you email me when you have a chance? Thanks! –Cam
I’ll definitely check it out! :)
What an excellent concept. I’ll be taking a look. This is a very worthwhile resource, thank you ;)
Hi there, Just breezed through your significant workbook, great job, I am sure that if a person is hurting and wants to heal, this will help. I am also sure that if a person does not have fibro it will help them. I will forward this email to Marilyn Peterson, my classmate’s wife, that has a relative that would be interested. take care, love, dad