You don’t have to make sweeping changes right away. A change to a healthier lifestyle is something you’ll want to be sustainable so it’s wise to make the changes in small steps. Here are some examples of small changes you can begin to make:
Take a 10-minute walk as part of a larger plan to exercise. Find some comfortable walking shoes or buy a pair. Select a day and time to walk or jog, and then this pencil on the calendar.
Think about the possible obstacles and solutions. If it rains hard, what’s Plan B? (I’m going to do 10 minutes of marching, stair climbing or jumping rope instead) Why not plan to jump off the bus a stop early and walk the rest of the way home?
Think about going meat-free
Meat production is one of the toughest industries affecting the environment. If you’re also concerned about lowering your cholesterol and risk of heart disease, switching to a plant-based diet can be a good move.
Drink more water
Find a re-usable bottle of water (or buy one) and fill it up before you go to bed. Place it overnight in the fridge and then take it to work with you. Find out more about Herbal tea for digestion at a site like https://www.vivolife.com/blogs/news/a-big-maca-mistake-gelatinzed-vs-raw-maca-powder
At work, during break in the morning and one in the afternoon refill your bottle and you’ll greatly increase your hydration and concentration levels.« Back