Health & Wellness

Getting Back Into Our Healthy Routine

It’s hard to even say this, but there’s no denying that summer is almost over. It’s going to be sad saying good bye to lazy days, beach trips, and staying up late playing in the back yard. We’ve had so much fun this summer! We’ve gone camping, visited the amusement park (twice!), taken a day trip to the lake, and spent lots of time at our local splash park.

I’m feeling kinda sad that summer is winding down, but I’m also looking forward to school days again and all of us getting back into our routines. The girls are excited about going back to school, and believe me, so am I! It’s hard to believe Kay will be heading off to Kindergarten soon! Look how big she’s gotten!

After our laid back summer, it’s time to refocus and get back on track – back to our daily routines, early bedtimes, and eating right. It’s been easy to slack off on going to the gym in favour of an extra sangria on the patio or that double scoop chocolate dipped waffle cone at the beach, but now that September is on its way, it’s time to get back to those healthy habits that may have fallen to the wayside over the summer.

Even though I may have had a few more cheats than I should (is it really summer without a Timmy’s iced capp once in a while?), I’m still taking the Jamieson’s supplements I started earlier this year. The majority of Canadians don’t get all the essential nutrients they need from their diet alone, so these are like a little cushion when I don’t eat as well as I’d like.

Jamieson’s team of health experts has made things really simple with their Jamieson Essentials™ line. They’ve identified four evidence-based products that the average Canadian should consider adding to their daily routine. Jamieson 100% Complete Multivitamins for Adults, Jamieson Extra Strength Omega-3, Jamieson Vitamin D, and Jamieson Probiotic 10 Billion provide a good foundation for healthier living by supporting your digestive, heart, bone, and overall health.

For more information on the Essentials line of supplements and how they can help support your healthy routine this year, visit Jamieson Essentials™.

What are you doing to get back into your regular routine now that summer is winding down?

Disclosure: This is a sponsored conversation. Nevertheless, all opinions expressed are completely honest and my own, based on my personal experience. Your experience may differ. This information is not intended to substitute for informed medical advice. You should not use this information to diagnose or treat a health problem or disease without consulting with a qualified health care provider.

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