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Can I tell you something?
There’s something that I didn’t realize when I first started working one-on-
one with people who want to make their health and wellness a priority,
people who are sick of feeling less than amazing, and people who are
confused about who to listen to for advice.
Here it is: Most of us already know what we need to be doing to improve our health!
There is a lot of information (and mis-information) when it comes to the
foods we eat. Just look at the variety of books in the ‘diet’ or ‘health’
section of your local bookstore. But when it comes down to it, we still know
the basic things we should be doing to improve our health.
In fact, when I ask my clients “What are three things you think you could
be doing, to improve your health?” I get similar answers each time:
1. Be more active
2. Stop eating _______ or stop drinking ________ (or stop smoking!)
3. Eat more vegetables.
We intuitively know how to make ourselves well. But
when it comes to following through? That’s where we fall apart. I know!! I have done it, too. I
still do it. I might be a health coach, but I’m still human! I eat chips, I drink wine,
and sometimes I don’t eat as well as I know I can.
For the next week, I’d like you to think about the obstacles that are
stopping you from living your healthiest life. Think about it, journal about it,
reflect on it. What obstacles are standing in your way? Maybe you
work long hours and cooking a healthy meal seems too time-consuming
, or maybe you feel that the price of healthy food is too high. Perhaps
you will discover that you aren’t sure if you really deserve to feel
Your job for the next week is to simply think, reflect, and journal on these
obstacles. Knowing your obstacles, habits, and patterns will help you
figure out how to work around them! I would love to hear your comments below. Tell me what is
Let’s work it out together!
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