Small Tweaks, Big Results
When it comes to lifestyle changes or just small tweaks into daily habits, they can really stir up some strong emotions or trigger thought processes you didn’t realise were connected.
By this, I mean that sometimes when we alter a small detail of our daily routine, we notice how dependent we are on those little details that sometimes seem to get lost in the hustle and bustle of daily life.
By truly honing in on the lifestyle choices, small actions and conscious and unconscious decisions you make daily, you can reveal life-altering facts about your inner drivers. What this means is that you can shake yourself out of a rut – or a vicious circle by stopping to evaluate your conscious and unconscious actions.
Say for example, after the holidays you truly want to be lightening up and getting some more energy to put the spring back into your step.
But remember this:
You can’t turn a quick fix into a lasting fix
If that is what you’re looking to achieve in January, please consider the following:
1: Planning for long-term success
You can’t get long-term results with short-term thinking.
2: Moving your body
You don’t have to spend hours at the gym to get in great shape.
3: How to eat BETTER, not just LESS
If you want to lose weight quickly and gain it all back, focus solely on the number of calories you’re eating. But if you want SUSTAINABLE weight loss, you need to focus on the quality of food in your diet.
4: Fuelling your body
The #1 factor that prevents people from losing weight (and/or keeping it off) is the wrong portion sizes. Undereating and overeating are major threats that can sabotage your weight loss efforts.
There you have it. 4 steps to making long-term, successful changes
Now ask yourself, after the busy December, hectic but lovely Christmas period and exciting but draining New Years celebrations – don’t you think now is the time to focus on your own wellbeing for a change? When you’re ready to invest in your health, your whole family is going to be the beneficiary of that new-found energy and confidence – definitely not just you!
So make January all about you and your health!