I have a little challenge for you that can change your day (and week!) for the better.
This quote is one of my favorites… “One day, or Day One. You decide.”– Unknown
With this topsy-turvy year, one of the many lessons has been that there’s uncertainty in life. If you’re waiting for SOMEDAY to start taking care of yourself – well, that day doesn’t exist.
“There are seven days in the week. Someday isn’t one of them.”
It’s time to start making yourself a priority RIGHT NOW. Especially when it comes to your health and wellness.
You DESERVE IT.
This leads me to my mini-challenge for you today. What is ONE step you can take today to help you feel healthier, fitter, stronger, and more energized?
It can be as simple as …
→ Going for a walk
→ Doing some squats
→ Making a green smoothie for breakfast
→ Trying some pushups
→ Meditating for 10 minutes
→ Switching to strawberries for dessert
→ Reaching out to a coach you trust to help you get started
Now … make a commitment to yourself to take that action and get it DONE.
IMPERFECT ACTION > PERFECT INACTION
Thinking about what you plan to do “one day” in the future will keep you stuck. The action you take today doesn’t have to be fancy or perfect. You don’t need a 10-point plan, the right sneakers, or supply of supplements.
You just have to do SOMETHING.
There’s ONE thing you can change that has a surprising impact on your health, mood, and pretty much everything you do! It isn’t a workout and it doesn’t involve overhauling your diet.
This sugar stat caught me by surprise… and I thought I already knew a LOT about sugar. 👉 Eating just 100 calories a day of sugar (which is about 25 grams of added sugars, or 6 teaspoons) is linked to 45 DIFFERENT negative health outcomes.
What if I told you there’s ONE number you need to pay attention to BEFORE you start counting calories, macros, or anything else? For many of us, this number is a complete mystery. But once you figure it out, it’s a complete game-changer.
There are probably a few things in your life that you’d like to slow down… But when it comes to your metabolism? Probably not.