national women's health week - Ellen Dolgen

national women’s health week

This week is National Women’s Health Week.

How do we celebrate this?

Perhaps make a commitment that once a day for a whole week you are going to do something that promotes your health.    Venture outside of your normal routine.  Maybe change up your exercise routine, take time to relax, read a book, learn how to meditate, make your favorite healthy meal, listen to your fav music, and make an appointment for your yearly Pap smear, mammogram or reach out for help and support with your PM&M symptoms.  Put yourself on the top of your to-do List each day this week.

A healthy shmirshky is a happy shmirshky!

Celebrate BIG!


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