One of the best ways to stop doing something is to start doing something else in its place. Replace one habit with another one. Therefore, the void is being filled. You are adding something to your life not just taking something away.
I recently did an interview with local Atlanta publication, VoyageATL, as part of their “Inspiring Stories” series. If you are looking for more information on what I do or why I do it, this is a great reference.
Despite much effort put forth in January, the majority of us do not keep our resolutions past March. Why is this? And what can we do to make this year different? Here are a few tips on how to kick off the new year so your desired changes have a better chance of surviving – and becoming healthy habits that last.
Thanksgiving week tends to kick off a full season of less moving, more eating. Although it’s fine to indulge, don’t give up on the health goals and habits you’ve put into place this year. The more mindful you are this week the better you will fare this holiday season…and into next year. Check out these 5 tips for a healthier Thanksgiving.
We forget that sleep serves as the foundation for everything we do. If we aren’t fully rested and restored, we will not be able to live or perform at optimal or even baseline levels. And without proper shut-eye, we will not be able to achieve our health goals.