Eat what you love. Start with small changes that, over time, make a big difference. What do these two tips have in common? What my third tip really encompasses:
A choice. It all begins in your mind.
We often read up on things, study, analyze diets, ask friends, and scrutinize workout plans. But to see change we have to decide to begin. And this leads me to part two of this tip: Accountability.
My accountability began with a prayer for help. As I said before. I firmly believe whole body health cannot be achieved without our total person being involved. In fact, my next series of posts will deal with four aspects of our life to consider when living our vibrant best.
After asking God for help, I told my mom and husband. I shared with some friends. Knowing they would be cheering me on and asking how I was doing made a huge difference.
Change is active. We decide and act. If something doesn’t work, we tweak it. We learn, grow, and move on. And we get healthier in our minds as we gain confidence, which is then reflected in our bodies.
Here are some tips to get you started:
1. Choose a healthy habit to cultivate
Drink more water? One less soda? Sweets only on the week? The possibilities are endless.
2. Pick an Accountability Partner
This needs to be someone you let ask you the hard questions and you can be honest with without fear of ridicule.
3. Start Now
We often say we will wait until…and until never comes. Start first thing tomorrow.
4. Pray for Guidance
5. Allow Yourself to Learn
Make mistakes, change what doesn’t work, know it’s a process.
6. Know Why you are Doing This
Improved endurance and energy? Longer, better life? Better health markers? It needs to be personal, measurable, and go beyond only how you want to look.
7. Keep a Statement of Your Why Where you See it
Make it succinct. Say it out loud. Remember why when things are hard or results don’t come as quickly as you want,
So there you have it! My top three tips to become healthier physically. Our bodies are a marvelous creation. When we take care of them(without seeking perfection), we will be our best , most sustainable weight. Feel more energized. Be able to do all the things in life we want to do and are called by God to do. Because, in the end, isn’t that your goal? To live well? Go do it!