“Get in the habit of asking yourself:

Does this support the life I’m trying to create?”

I have been thinking about this quote a lot lately. I think this quote is so powerful. It is the epitome of self-responsibility and creating the life you want.

I feel like I always think of this quote after I have done something or made a choice I wish I hadn’t made. My goal is to switch this quote from being the afterthought to being the thought at the forefront of my mind. I want to think of this before making decisions big or small. I’d love for it to become second nature.

This past week I feel like I fell off my game, which is okay because life happens, but I don’t feel the best. Taking care of your physical and mental health is so important! It is what this platform is all about, and the message I try to spread.

I don’t know about you, but I need a refresh.

So, I am going to share with you my goals for the next two weeks. I am hoping to form new sustainable habits that will ideally carry past the two weeks, but I need a reset. I hope you find a few that resonate with you that you might want to try!

  1. Drink 1 gallon of water every day. I struggle to drink enough water, and I can feel it affecting my body. We all know water is one of the simplest, yet most effective ways to improve your overall health.
  2. Go on a 20-30 minute walk 2x a day. Ideally, I’d like to walk in the morning and the evening. Gotta get those steps in (ha-ha)! Plus, it helps with digestion.
  3. Read an educational book. I think I am going to order a book called Fiber Fueled by Will Bulsiewicz, MD. It is a book on gut health. I am passionate about this topic. I suggest reading about something you want to learn more about, or a topic you love! 🙂
  4. Get off social media by 9 pm. I keep reading how blue light negatively affects our sleep. Ideally, I’d only like to be on social media from 12 pm – 9 pm, which I know is still a long time, but who else jumps on their phone as soon as they wake up?!
  5. Eat clean. Last week, I ate a lot of foods that disagreed with my stomach. I knew they were going to, but I ate them anyway. Especially when you have pre-existing stomach issues, this is not the smartest choice! I know I have mentioned in past blog posts, but your stomach and brain are best friends. I can feel my anxiety rise when my stomach is unhappy (it’s crazy). So, I want to focus on eating foods that fuel my body and won’t affect me negatively.

I hope you will take the next two weeks to recharge and reset with me! Please feel free to create your own goals to accomplish. We can do this!

“You are the most valuable investment you will ever make.” XO

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