Most of us would give anything to have more time in our lives. We are exhausted, but we ignore the warning signs our bodies give us. Feeling tired, having headaches and indigestion, and experiencing anxiety and stress have become a normal part of our day. We resort to quick fixes, like caffeine to keep us awake and fast food for our meals. Sadly, we seem to have no problem developing time-consuming bad habits that put even more strain on our exhausted bodies and minds. In the process, we increase our risk for cancer, diabetes, heart disease, intestinal problems, and other illnesses.
Call to Action:
- You must make time for YOU! You can start my getting your priorities in order.
- Minimally, carve out 30 minutes a day to do something healthful for YOU.
- You are in the driver seat to choose your priorities. Make good health and focusing on your wellness a definite top priority.
- You must commit to doing something healthful for YOU everyday. The sooner you reserve that time, the sooner you will see results; the sooner you see results, the more motivated you will be to stay on course.
- Block out some time on your calendar right now to commit to your wellness journey. Writing it down is important and will serve as a reminder for you to do something healthful at a specific time of day.
- Do remain flexible if you need to adjust the time of day (morning, noon, or evening).
“Things which matter most must never be at the mercy for things which matter least.” ~ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
To your wellness,
p.s. If you struggle with staying accountable to YOU, then plan to take the Wellness Journey Class, you’ll be thankful you did.