Making small, healthy changes to your diet and lifestyle can make a big difference in your overall health and well-being. If you’re looking for ways to get started, these tips can help you make the necessary adjustments. Whether you’re trying to lose weight, eat more nutritious foods, or get more exercise, making sustainable changes is key. So don’t be too hard on yourself if you don’t see results overnight; it takes time and patience to create lasting habits. But with a little effort, you’ll be on your way to better health in no time!
SO you’ve begun your new health plan and now you aren’t sure if you are on the right path ? Did your back up systems work? Were you able to cope? Is it time to make some adjustments?
If so, let’s keep rocking, you are free to go- but before you jump, you are still responsible for continuing on your plan- you are not done my friend- in fact, you need to stay on it extra hard this week to make sure these new cognitive pathways take root!
Struggling with lift off? No worries, let’s pow wow it up.
Answer these questions:
Did I actually write out my IF, THEN plans for this habit pattern?
Did I actually implement these back up coping strategies?
Did I try my very best?
What could I try differently next time?
Is there anything I could be forgetting or failing to address?
Do I need to ask for more support? How would you ask?
Keep pushing through and making adjustments each and every time you feel the need to. A healthy lifestyle does not happen over night it takes consistency and awareness when adjustments are needed. For more info on how to create a healthy sustainable lifestyle visit: https://lrd-academy.mykajabi.com/lrd-academy
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