NEW YORK (PRWEB) January 30, 2020
As we near the end of January, wellness resolutions and a commitment to an overall healthier lifestyle may be starting to wane. Where should someone start and how do you keep those commitments going throughout the year?
A video accompanying this announcement is available at: https://youtu.be/Aplw416fjEI
A recent global survey by Westin found that 43% of business travelers and 45% of leisure travelers have a hard time prioritizing their self-care while on the road. With those results in mind it's important to take a few steps that will help you prioritize self-care when you are traveling or at home.
Wellness has long been a part of Westin’s DNA, and properties around the world offer interactive programs and experiences to help guests stick with their wellness commitments – at the start of a new year and beyond. Westin’s global offerings align closely with the trend-forward wellness resolutions that bubbled to the top of their global survey: eating better, prioritizing self care and work/life balance, exercising more, and making more time for sleep – all closely aligned with an overarching theme of recovery.
George Fleck, Westin Hotels & Resorts’ VP of Brand Management and Liz Plosser, editor-in-chief of Women’s Health Magazine recently partnered with D S Simon Media and YourUpdate TV on a nationwide media tour to discuss how prioritizing recovery and self care can jump start your well being in the new year.
During the nationwide media tour Fleck and Plosser discussed:
- Results of the recent global survey by Westin
- Tips for sticking with wellness resolutions at the time of January when commitment may start to wane
- Wellness trend predictions we will be seeing in 2020
- How travelers can practice self-care, even while on the road
- Self-care and recovery tips at home
YourUpdateTV is a social media video portal for organizations to share their content, produced by award-winning video communications firm, D S Simon Media (http://www.dssimon.com). It includes separate channels for Health and Wellness, Lifestyle, Media and Entertainment, Money and Finance, Social Responsibility, Sports and Technology.