The 8 Ways To Wellness

Board-Certified Patient Advocate, Bonnie K. Brown, began learning about the importance of advocacy at a very young age. Caring for her great-grandmother and younger sister with downs syndrome, she learned all about the challenges that come when caring for others. Having her own medical issues taught her all about the challenges that come when caring for youself.

As the CEO and founder of A Better Life – Health & Wellness® Bonnie now helps others to simplify their healthcare and get to their best wellness possible. Despite what most people think, she says, “It’s NOT just about fixing your body, because so many other areas of your life become affected when you’re not well. It all has a domino effect.”

The key to success, she says, when it comes to your health & well-being, is to learn how to better manage your health in an integrated way and focus on all the individual parts & pieces. The Framework that she developed to do this is called the 8 Ways to Wellness. It’s the basis of her award-winning Self-Advocacy System and the foundation to her Educational Training & Coaching Programs.


1)    Physical Wellness

Physical Wellness is about your ability to fix your body and maintain a healthy quality of life. It’s about adopting healthier lifestyle habits, making better choices, and learning how to avoid the destructive behaviors that take away from your ability to achieve optimal wellness.

2)    Financial Wellness

Financial Wellness is your ability to pay for the healthcare you receive and not a penny more than is absolutely necessary. It’s about becoming better protected against key financial risks, such as loss of income (due to illness or injury) or out-of-pocket medical expenses when unexpected health events arise.

3)    Organizational Wellness

Organizational Wellness is your ability to organize and maintain your important healthcare. It’s about making things easier for you (and your loved ones) during your time of need. Keeping your medical records organized will enable you to better coordinate your medical providers, track your progress more efficiently, and navigate through the medical maze with greater ease.

4)    Environmental Wellness

Environmental Wellness is about keeping your home safe in terms of the food you eat, the water you drink, and the air that you breathe. It’s about identifying and eliminating the hazards that surround you and preventing further illnesses and injuries from happening.

5)    Legal Wellness

Legal Wellness is your ability to understand the rules, regulations, laws, rights, and protections for your healthcare and long-term care. It’s about having your final affairs in order and Advance Directives in place. It’s about choosing the right Healthcare Proxy to step in and act on your behalf, which is especially important now during the pandemic.

6)    Emotional Wellness

Emotional Wellness is your ability to get into the right state of mind in order to heal. It’s about being resilient, and better coping with the challenges you face. It’s about managing your stress & anger, frustration & sorrow, disappointment, despair and fear. It’s about believing that you are strong enough to get through the toughest of times and resilient enough to survive.

7)    Social Wellness

Social Wellness is your ability to relate to, interact with, and connect with other people around you. To give and receive help. To have good communication, meaningful relationships, and access to the support in and around your community.

8)    Spiritual Wellness

Spiritual Wellness is the firm belief that you can get better, and you will get better once again. It’s about your beliefs, values, principles, morals, and religious faith. It’s about finding the inner calm and peace to get through life’s challenges and the will to survive even in the face of great difficulty.

Boost Your Immune System Today

While these 8 Ways to Wellness offer a wonderful and integrated approach to managing your day-to-day medical affairs, the one thing that Bonnie stresses (over and over again) is that, “nothing, absolutely NOTHING is an important as your ability to PREVENT illness from happening in the first place. It’s far easier to be proactive and stay healthy than to be reactive and struggle to fix your body.”

NOW is the time to shield yourself (and your family) from our current global health crisis. Air pollution, water contamination, herbicides, and processed foods act against your body’s natural ability to fight against harmful threats. “The best thing that you can do to protect yourself right now from getting a cold, the flu, or a virus, is to build up your immune system. The healthier you are on the inside, the better chance you have for fighting off whatever’s coming at you on the outside.”


When Bonnie first began to boost her immune system, she turned to Purium Health Products for help. “Food that’s convenient is often filled with artificial and genetically-modified ingredients that can destroy your health. If you want to get well, and stay well, you’ve got to feed your body with the best food and nutrition that nature has to offer.”

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Your Greatest Wealth … Is Health!

All too often Bonnie hears moans & complain when she talks about adopting a healthier lifestyle & diet. They say it’s a hassle. They say it’s an inconvenience. They say they’d rather microwave something from a box or enjoy some take-out food rather than hassle with cooking something healthy that’s been grown in the ground.

They complain that good food is expensive. But she knows, first hand, that it’s definitely not. It’s all a matter of perspective, she says “Medical bills are expensive. Medications are expensive. Missed days at work are really expensive.” She would know. With over $350,000 spent in out-of-pocket costs and 17 operations to-date (with 4 more still to go), getting healthy it’s far LESS expensive than the cost of ongoing healthcare.

“You know what they say … an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Time and health are the two precious assets that most people don’t recognize until they’re gone. “Learning how to be healthy isn’t as hard as learning how to be sick, that’s for sure. Work to build up your immunities and stay OUT of the Healthcare System. You’ll be glad you did!”

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