We energize our bodies when we eat, drink, sleep, and visit the doctor. These are the basic needs that allow us to function from day to day. 


We activate our bodies and minds at school, work, in our hobbies and activities, exercise, social interaction, leadership, and community involvement. 


When we reflect, we notice how our activities affect our emotional and mental wellbeing, and conversely, how our emotional and mental states affect our ability to engage with our surroundings.