Moving more, staying active, having at least one night each week for a meatless meal. Eating more fish. Not skipping breakfast. All of these are in my plan. I'm wearing my FitBit every day, and I do get excited when I hit my 10,000 step goal, but with the frigid weather this month that hasn't happened very often. February has been more conducive to sweat pants and blankets, curled up on the couch. Seriously hoping that March will bring the temperatures up and encourage us all to get outdoors again. I miss it!
So, my message to you - even if you've fallen a bit flat on your resolutions or goals, don't give up on them. It's not too late to get back on track. It doesn't have to take a change of calendar year to motivate us to make changes in our lives!!
Keep the spirit of new beginnings to improve your day-to-day habits. It only takes a few small changes to set the right path for you and your loved ones – that’s especially true for your health and well-being. It doesn’t require signing up for extreme fitness classes or devoting yourself to an all-liquid diet. Go for a walk or bike for those shorter commutes, add a veggie dish for every meal and take care of your body. Choose fresh, non-processed foods whenever possible. Get fresh air. Keep moving! You can do it!
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