Your habits could be creating health or promoting disease.

As a coach, I prioritize positive encouragement but sometimes we just need someone to serve us a dose of tough love. ⠀
Your health should matter to you. In a nation with so many opportunities for a healthy lifestyle at your fingertips, it bums me out to see so many people take those opportunities for granted. Or to constantly make excuses.⠀
Until they get sick or they’re suddenly slapped with health issues that a poor diet and lifestyle brought on. ⠀
Your ability to heal from sickness is largely impacted by your daily habits and the lifestyle you follow. ⠀
We may not be able to fully avoid getting sick but we can try to prioritize health so that when we do get sick, we have a better chance at fighting it and getting better. ⠀
Habits that require little to no money and that can improve your health: ⠀
💧Drinking enough water. ⠀
🏋🏽‍♀️Daily movement. Can’t afford a gym membership? Go outside and walk. Do body weight movements. ⠀
🌚Prioritizing sleep.⠀
🥦Incorporate more fruits and veggies.⠀
🥚Don’t forget about protein.⠀
🍟🍕 Stop filling your daily diet with junk. (I’m sure I’ll get Negative messages about classifying food as junk but at the end of the day if it’s overly processed, filled with refined sugars or deep fried, it isn’t helping your health.) Every bite you take is a powerful opportunity to create health or promote disease. ⠀
🧘🏼‍♀️Incorporate daily practice to help manage stress levels. Stress is always going to be there, figure out positive ways to cope. Reading, meditation, yoga, journaling. UNPLUG.⠀
Maybe you need to work with a coach. This isn’t a post to get clients, I’m not saying I need to be your coach. But if you’ve been living groundhogs day for the last couple of years not making any real progress maybe it’s time to work with a professional to help you get your butt in gear. ⠀
I understand that sometimes people are dealt some tough cards and I’m not talking about disease or diagnosis that we can’t avoid. Get real with yourself, are you making excuses? Don’t take your health for granted, do what you can, with what you have to try to give yourself the best chances at fighting disease. The choice is yours.