"Spring: a lovely reminder of how beautiful change can be." ― Unknown
Spring is here. Yippee! That means it’s a perfect time for you to spring! The definition of spring is: to come into being by growth. Are there particular areas in your life where you’d like to grow?
The arrival of Spring can wake, nurture, and revitalize you. How often does your Spring come? It doesn’t need to come only once a year but since it’s here why not take full advantage of it?
“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” ― Eleanor Roosevelt
Changing is hard! If you’ve ever tried to eat a healthier diet, start an exercise routine, managing chronic stress, improve the amount and quality of sleep, or make any other positive lifestyle changes you know what I’m talking about. It’s so easy to fall back into old habits and behavior patterns. It’s easy to get started but much more difficult to follow through.
If you’ve tried again and again without success, you’re not alone. Being unable to create new, healthy habits is all too common. Changing how we do things and have done them for years is REALLY difficult.
“Procrastination will delay your change!!! Today is a very good day to change; don’t let YOU stop yourself from growing!” ― Steve Harvey
It doesn’t matter how old you are, what month of the year it is, or what’s going on in your life, it’s always the right time to create new habits to support your health and well-being. Get started today!
The decisions you make each and every day have an impact on how you feel physically and emotionally. You can choose whether to have good, supportive behaviors or ones that self sabotage.
“Everything worthwhile is uphill.” ― John Maxwell
Why would you want to wait until you have breast cancer, or other serious illness, to finally think about your health?
If you have poor habits they will eventually catch up with you. Make daily decisions that will help your future self. Practice active versus passive health.
“Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow.” ― Albert Einstein
This is a time for reflection. It’s natural when one year is ending and another beginning to look back and ponder the old year and then look ahead with enthusiasm and anticipation to the year that’s about to start and all it promises to be. Is that what you do every year at this time?