150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobicactivity,or75minutesofvigorous- intensity aerobic activity each week. 3. For even more health benefits, do 300 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic activity or 150 minutes of vigorous- intensity activity each week. The more active you are, the more you will benefit. Suggested resolutions for physical wellness: 1. Get more and better sleep (you can monitor sleep length and quality with an app). 2. Check in yearly with your primary care physician, neurologist, physical therapist, etc. 3. Ifyouhavedecreasedbalance,ordifficulty ambulating, see a physical therapist. 4. If you have difficulty with activities of daily living (eating, dressing, driving) see an occupational therapist. 5. Find a way to get more exercise (watch a video at home, find a buddy, use an arm bike,takefrequentrestbreaks,takebreaks to move during periods of immobility such as reading, working, driving, etc.). Social wellness When we perform social roles effectively, comfortably, and without harming others, we are practicing good social wellness. To be socially well, you should have the ability to enjoy being with family and friends, and relationships with others should be positive and rewarding. Suggested resolutions for social wellness: 1. Join an MS Focus support group. 2. Create a book club with others with MS. 3. Meet a new neighbor. 4. Join a wellness program or a gym and workout with other people (social and physical). Occupational wellness Whenweenjoyachosencareerorcontribute to society through volunteer activities, we are practicingoccupationalwellness.Whenaperson is involved in activities that are consistent with theirpersonalvalues, interests, and beliefs, they are usually happier and, therefore, more well. These activities do not necessarily need to be paying jobs; they can be volunteer activities. Suggested resolutions for occupational wellness: 1. If you do not have a job or a volunteer activity that allows you to contribute to society in a way that fulfills you, see a vocational counselor. 2. Volunteer at your favorite hospital. 3. Volunteer/organize an MS event. 4. Find a cause about which you are passionate and volunteer for it. Intellectual wellness When we are open to new concepts, ideas, and the ability to stretch and challenge our minds with intellectual and creative pursuits, we are practicing intellectual wellness. As we all age, it is natural to become less intellectually well because of brain atrophy and changes in 13 msfocusmagazine.org