Reclaiming your health begins with taking charge of your mindset. This means it's best to begin working on the mental level first. Do you ever notice that you have thoughts, maybe conscious or subconscious, that sabotage your efforts to be healthy? They can be elusive and easily go unnoticed. For example, you might have plans to go to the gym, but as you're on your way out the door, you have a thought that says, "I'm tired. I don't really want to go right now." Or, "You know, I can go tomorrow instead." And, you don't end up going, probably don't think too much of it, and then you're on to the next thing.
You can use physical goals to strengthen your healthy mindset and reclaim your health. What is one physical action step you can commit to doing at least three times a week that would contribute to good health? It can be simple, but it has to be specific. For example, walking for 20 minutes, doing 50 jumping jacks, or dancing around your home for 15 minutes. Write down the action step, and write down when you will do it. Then, keep your commitment to yourself. If you notice yourself making excuses, putting it off, or just not doing it, you can take charge of your mindset by journaling about what's stopping you.
With much love,