How to Thrive
We all know that health care is important in our lives. In recent years, the word wellness has been been added to the word health. Health care can keep us alive, but it's not enough for any of us to thrive.
This is what Vocabulary.com says about the word "thrive."
To thrive is to do well or flourish. If your new cookie delivery business thrives, you'll be rolling in dough — not literally, of course.
The verb thrive means to flourish or grow vigorously, and it can be applied to something like a business or to something or someone's actual health. Plants can thrive in a greenhouse, and children can thrive if they eat well and exercise. Thriving can also be used more figuratively — "The women thrived on gossip; they loved knowing who was dating or divorcing whom."
To thrive—to truly flourish and live vigorously—we need to include wellness practices in our lives.
Keep reading to find out what Judy Molinaro at Fit You (No longer available) can teach you about adding wellness practices to your health care.