Start Something Healthy
Momentum can make you nearly unstoppable. One healthy decision can pave the way for more smart choices. But rolling through your wellness goals requires you to set the ball in motion.
You have to start something healthy.
The particular healthy habit you choose to start with isn’t as important as the commitment of energy used when making a choice and taking action. You’ve probably experienced how one healthy choice can blossom into a full day of wellness. It’s the morning yoga that leads to the spinach salad for lunch, a post-work gym visit, and a good night of restorative sleep.
Nobody can make that first decision for you. But you aren’t alone. What follows are stories to help you learn how to start building habits, start eating better, start practicing self-care, and ultimately start living healthy.
Clicking one of the interesting links below is a choice. Reading what follows is an action. And words are powerful enough to help dislodge even the most stubborn boulder of stagnation and start it rolling towards a healthier you. Once you act on the information, you can count on momentum to help you keep thriving.
Start a Healthy Lifestyle
Habits help answer the question “how do I live a good life,” and there’s a bounty of actionable advice on healthy lifestyle changes in the following stories:
Start Eating Healthy
Pick from a plentiful menu of articles to help instill healthy eating habits. And remember, this is an all-you-can-consume buffet of info on how to start eating healthy, so there’s no reason to save room for later.
Start Winning Weight-Management Battles
The number on the scale isn’t the ultimate measure of health. But maintaining a healthy weight that’s right for you remains on the minds of many. Here are the stories that can help with that:
Seeing the money seep out of your bank for that unused gym membership might still not be enough motivation. But maybe some reading will resonate and help you start working out—again or for the first time.
Start Practicing Self-Care
Sometimes starting to be healthier actually means stopping. That’s especially true of learning how to take care of yourself. These stories about self-care are a great first pit stop on your way to slowing down and managing stress.
Start Something That Appeals to Your Needs
Only you know what your body and life require for living in health and happiness. Pick and choose other targeted approaches to starting something healthy.