Everything is demanding your focus.
Your job. Your family. Your personal goals.
Your finances. Your relationships. Your new business idea.
Not to give you one more thing to think about, but when was the last time you paused and thought about your own health? Until sci-fi movies catch up with reality, we only get one body to take care of and we don’t always treat it that way.
When was the last time you had a check-up? On a scale of 1-10 would you say your eating and health habits are more likely to build you up or tear you down?
We invite you to join us today in slowing down and letting our health be a focus.
You too? Here are 3 things to consider:
- When was the last time you saw a doctor? Here’s a list of 5 important considerations about scheduling an appointment sooner rather than later
This article says that if you can’t remember the last time you went to the doctor, it’s probably time to go again. Regardless of your perceived health, checking in with your doctor periodically means staying on top of things before they run unchecked, whether its a questionable mole or a slightly strange level in your bloodwork that could be from something innocuous but also might not be. If you’re wondering whether or not you need to visit a doctor, there’s no serious damage from making the appointment.
- When was the last time you considered your diet? Scientists say the American diet is alarming for this reason that (very likely) applies to all of us
Is our food killing us? There are enough documentaries on Netflix alone to at least cast some suspicion on the topic. Even with our limited knowledge of all of it, the amount of processing our food undergoes should be causing all of us to at least investigate healthier alternatives. Check out this LA Times article about what you should be watching out for when it comes to what you eat.
- When was the last time you considered or switched up your workout routine? Here are 6 questions to help you find your ideal program.
One size does not fit all and even something that fits might need switching up periodically. If you haven’t considered your fitness goals and if you’re even hitting them in a while, now is a great time to do so. Here are 6 questions that will help you figure out what works for you and your life!