Who has time to make health a priority?
Work takes a top spot on the calendar. Some of us clock in ten or twelve hours at our job(s). But other activities edge ahead of health and eat away at our daily hours, too. Most people, even many in the medical field, neglect their physical wellness.
Until health makes itself a priority.
Like any machine or organic life form, our bodies will fail us if we neglect to care for them. Chronic and devastating illnesses halt all the activities we put ahead of our health as a life priority. A brilliant individual will take care to put in the working parts of a machine before demanding production.
Health needs to come before work in our schedules.
Because without your physical functionality, work suffers catastrophic losses. On the positive side, maintaining health increases productivity. We think more clearly. Stamina improves. Mindsets and motivation bloom so that we perform at amazing levels. No more settling for the “meh” standard we maintained when less focused on our health.
If you’re worried about time, I have more good news.
Healthy habits not only improve your efficiency, essentially making time, but they also don’t take a lot of time to implement. I recommend adding one small change at a time to gradually establish a sustainable lifestyle transformation. In other words, don’t try to do everything at once. Pick one thing and master it as a habit. Then add something else. Work with a coach or accountability group to make sure you don’t give in to the temptation to give up.
Add the following five elements to your routine to improve your life’s brilliance:
- Nourish and hydrate your vessel.
- Keep strong and flow free.
- Stretch and relax.
- Set yourself up for a good night’s sleep.
- Maintain your smile.
What habits do you practice for your daily health? Share your comments about wellness and accountability with us in the comments. I look forward to hearing from you.