Health grocery shop – $100 – too expensive Dinner date – $100 – reasonable
Months supplements – $100 – can’t afford that Night out drinking – $100-weekly occurence
Personal growth seminar – $250 – crazy talk Gucci belt – $250 – need to have it
Start a business – $1000 – I can’t justify that iPhone 12 Pro Max – $1000 – the newest model is a necessity
60 mins at the gym – I wish I had time
60 mins watching Netflix – time flies, watch another one!
Strange, right. You get what you prioritise. So, if you are someone who has been neglecting your health, start working towards your health. You will always feel like, “I will start from tomorrow”. No, start today. Nothing is more important than yourself.
I cannot come and exercise for you but I can help you by sharing my tips that worked for me. Below are my top 5 :
1. Make a conscious effort
If have been neglecting your health, i.e. not eating enough veggies, not cutting junk from your diet, binge drinking or eating or not exercising regularly.
Maybe Prioritising your health may not come naturally to you and that’s okay. Just start making conscious effort.
Prioritising your health may seem like something that is out of reach for you, simply because it just doesn’t fit into your schedule. But that’s not necessarily the case. If you have the right mindset going in and make a conscious effort
2. Make it a part of your daily routine
No matter how busy your schedule is, make sure you take out time for your Daily Exercise, Making your Healthy Meal and Drinking enough water.
No matter what happens just be consistent.
It is your body hence it’s is your responsibility to take care of it. You body is the key to a healthier old age and I am sure no one wants to depend on medication and doctors in their old age. Trust me, it’s not ideal. Hence, treat you body like your #1 priority.
Remember, It takes 21 days to form a habit and 90 days to make it your lifestyle.
3. Inspire Yourself And Others
At first, learn how to motivate yourself to prioritize your well-being and how to take out time to exercise every day.
For example: I worked to find a balance that fits my lifestyle, I finish my workout in the early part of the day.
Then try transfer those skills within your family or partner. So, that you can motivate and inspire each other.
4. Start small
In the beginning, DON’T set unreasonable and bigger goals for yourself.
Rather, start with baby steps. Start by taking out 30 minutes from your self and go out for a walk or join a online exercise class or start by eating at least one healthy meals.
Gradually, swap your meals with healthier alternatives and exercise for 1 hour.
5. Be Mindful of Your Time
The best advice I can give to those who worry that they don’t have enough time to exercise is to be aware of how you are using your time. Are you using your time efficiently to the fullest potential? Is there anything you can cut or shorten the time you devote to? Get creative.
For example, I actually develop many of my business strategies while working out. I am able to let my mind ruminate about work while my body focuses on my wellness.
“Time and health are two precious assets that we don’t recognise and appreciate until they have been depleted.”