New year, new you!
As the dust and the tinsel starts to settle after the holidays it's time to focus on a little self restoration. Alongside your new healthy routine and a big dish of self care, you'll be needing a Netflix cue to match!
Fill your Netflix cue with documentaries and movies that help boost your mood, encourage you to devote some time to self care and living better.
We found some Netflix faves to help you feeling inspired to kick off the new year ahead.
This documentary approaches happiness in an entirely new way. By the end you'll be able to better identify what makes you happiest and why. Happy shows the ways different cultures spread joy and meet a variety of people who find happiness in unexpected places. It's easy to take things for granted and this documentary will have you feeling immeasurably grateful and wanting to reach out and spread the love.
Jiro Dreams of Sushi
After seeing this documentary in the cue for a while, we didn't jump to it at first but once we did we fell in love. If you enjoy sushi you'll know what an incredible art form it really is. This documentary follows Jiro and his son on an adventure to follow your dreams and do everything with passion. This is a relaxing, hypnotizing and peaceful documentary that will leave you feeling inspired and hungry for some amazing sushi.
There's no denying how our culture has become dependent on processed foods, commercial agriculture and consumerism. If you're trying to eat healthier this year, this documentary will give you a shocking insight to some of your kitchen's staple items and how we've become blind to our food source. Although unsettling, it's extremely fascinating and helpful as you re program your eating habits to live a healthier and more fulfilling life. Understanding the realities of our consumer culture offers a glimpse into America's carbon footprint.
Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead
If you're putting you lifestyle into a major healthy overhaul, following Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead might be some extra inspiration. In this documentary, Joe Cross attempts to lose 100 pounds and on his journey to reach this goal he tries to understand more about our country's diet culture, obesity epidemic and how to realistically slim down. This is an awesome documentary as it gives the viewer a peephole perspective into the lives of different people as they struggle with the same struggle to live healthier and feel better.
Those are just the beginning.
Netflix has a ton of documentaries that will lift your spirits and change your perspectives.
Making a Netflix cue that encourages and empowers you to feel better and rethink your lifestyle, will keep you on track with your self improvement goals of 2017.