Making Time for Healthy Habits

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Life always seems like it's so busy. If it’s not one thing, it’s twelve others. Sometimes we get caught up in the craziness of life and we forget to make time for ourselves. 

I’ve recently found myself in this rut. So, I’ve made the choice to make some little changes that will have a big impact. I'm working on making more time for healthier habits.

  1. Routine: I'm trying to wake up early and keep a consistent schedule.  I am one of the worst at keeping a consistent schedule, so I’m working on making a routine. 
  2. Exercise: Making time for movement. Even when I feel like I can’t put one foot in front of the other, if I get up and exercise it always improves my mood and gives me more energy. So, even if it’s just for 10 minutes a day, I’m setting a goal to do some type of activity every day. 
  3. Go outside: Being outside in nature is such a mood booster for me. Going for a walk, playing with my dogs, sitting on the patio, or doing yard work. I’m making a point to be outside, whatever the activity is. 
  4. Drink more water: We could always hydrate better right? I’m keeping track of my water intake and making sure I'm getting enough every day. 
  5. Brain Health: I'm doing a better job at remembering my mental health is just as important as my physical health. Dedicating time every day to my brain is really important. Exercising my brain to learn something new, allowing focus time or meditation to keep me sharp. 

Here’s to the new season and new healthy goals! Happy spring everyone! 


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