5 Wellness Gifts-for Yourself-You Can Actually Afford

by | Jan 24, 2019 | Physical Health + Wellness

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The following article is a guest post by Sheila Olsen of Fit Sheila at fitsheila.com. You’ll find more of her articles here. Thank you Sheila!

There’s no denying that you only have one body and one mind. Not surprisingly, it pays to take care of your physical and mental health, but that can often be expensive. Fortunately, there are some affordable things you can gift yourself that will enhance your overall quality of life.

Clean Air and Water

Two things that you utilize in abundance each day are the air you breathe and the water you drink. Invest in an air purifier and water filter to help reduce the number of contaminated particles that enter into your system. These small appliances don’t have to be extravagant or expensive. A faucet-mounted water filter, for example, may cost as little as $20 and can remove the vast majority of impurities, including organic matter and chlorine, from your drinking water. 

Fitness Monitor

Fitness tracking watches are a popular item — and for good reason. They serve as a much-needed reminder to keep our bodies moving. Many of these devices can monitor heart rate and sleep to help us gauge our overall health. Best Buy coupons and cashback offers are a great way to save money on these and other personal health items.

A Daily Massage

While you probably won’t have the money for a professional massage every day, a heated massage cushion is a viable option that can cost $100 or less. CompleteHomeSpa.com explains that massage offers many benefits, including muscle relaxation, improved blood flow, and alleviation of pain and headaches. As an added bonus, massage therapy is proven to improve sleep quality, which is important for your overall health. If you are looking for an affordable massage chair cushion, this link, which has been updated for 2019, offers reviews and specs of some of the most popular models available today.

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Gym Membership

A membership to a high-end fitness club can easily set you back $100 per month or more. However, you can enjoy the same health benefits as the wealthy elite for a tenth of the price. Dan Rafter, a contributor for budget living website WiseBread, reports that many nationwide chains, such as Planet Fitness and Cardinal Fitness, offer membership opportunities for about $10 per month plus a small initiation fee. Regular exercise not only makes you feel good and look good, but it can also help you maintain a healthy weight and combat potentially expensive health conditions, such as diabetes and obesity. Plus, going to the gym is a great way to work off stress and offers social opportunities you wouldn’t get by sitting at home on the couch.

Yearly Vacation

There is a widespread misconception that vacations are a luxury reserved for those with six-figure salaries. Nothing could be further from the truth, and there are many ultra-affordable vacation options that will give you a chance to rest and recharge. Taking a vacation can even improve your productivity at work, which can have a positive impact on your salary. The two most budget-friendly vacation options are cruising and visiting an all-inclusive resort. These may cost a bit more up front, but they are usually prepackaged with everything you need for an enjoyable week away without having to worry about paying for each individual meal or activity.

Healthy Food

The food you eat affects everything about your day from the moment you wake up until your head hits the pillow at night. Fuel your body well by staying hydrated and eating plenty of fruits and vegetables, and you’ll have a better chance at resisting diseases. Plus, since diet is a contributing factor to your overall health, eating well every day may even help you save money on life insurance and costly doctor visits.No matter how many zeros are on your paycheck or how much money you have in the bank, you owe it to yourself to focus on your health and well-being. The ideas listed above can help you do just that, from your New Year’s resolutions until Santa Claus comes back to town. 

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