Hi <<First Name>>!

We hope you're finding some time to relax this Summer. Breathe in the flowers, let the sounds of the ocean wash over you, wake up to a symphony of wildlife in the woods... ahh, just thinking of these things can bring on the calm.

If you're looking for a Summer project, I recently heard a very interesting idea (while listening to a podcast) from Matt Cutts: try something new every day for 30 days and see how it changes your life! 

I love podcasts; you never know what you'll learn! Completing a 30-day goal builds up your will power and confidence to achieve larger goals. Start small! Here are some examples:
  • Take a picture 
  • Walk 
  • Meditate
  • Try a Vegan, Paleo or Pescatarian diet
  • Express gratitude
  • Tell friends/loved ones reasons why they're important to you
  • Read
  • Eliminate TV, Sugar or Alcohol
  • Excercise -Class pass is a great tool! Use this code for $30 off of your first month:
  • Eat a Salad: Download the Sweetgreen app using this invite link and get $3 off your first order.  (I love this! You can pre-order for the pick up time you choose and avoid all lines!)
I'm currently doing 10 minutes of meditation every day; this has always been very difficult for me. One of the reasons I've failed in the past is because I believe I should have a meditation practice and don't; I put a ton of pressure on myself to make it a new habit for life! I'm finding it much less intimidating as a 30 day experiment. It's just 1 month and I've already completed a whole week, hurray!

One of the brilliant aspects of this experiment is that it takes your brain about 3 weeks to develop a new habit. If you end up doing something you really enjoy for a 30 day experiment, keeping it going will be a breeze!

It's really important for brain health to change up your routine anyways. Plus, any positive changes to your mind effects your body and vice versa. So, try it! Have fun and see what happens! Matt Cutts ended up climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, something he said he would have never even considered before this experiment.

Here's the short of it on his Ted talk:


And while we're on the topic of positive changes, I want to thank you so much for your business and loyalty; we know you have many options in NYC. Your business means that we get to do the work we love! We are so happy to be the ones on your health care team and look forward to continuing to help you feel your best in every way! 

To see our availability and schedule your next appointment please click here.

See you soon!

Be well,
Pam and the PCM Team 

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