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A Path to Personal Wellness

By Audra Bergman | In Inspiration, Motivation, Wellness | on December 27, 2018

Wow, we have covered a lot of information this month.  How did you do with making changes and sticking to them?  As important as it is to acquire knowledge, it is even more important to put it into action.  Remember it is about progress and not perfection. 

Let’s review what we covered this month:

  1. Simple eating – eat real food.  Try to aim for foods in their natural state, the less processed the better.  If it comes in a package and you don’t recognize or can’t pronounce the ingredients on the label, then don’t eat it.
  2. Simple way to relax and improve sleep: Ground and disconnect from technology daily, even for a brief time.
  3. Simple ways to increase movement:  Remember exercise is great, but it can’t make up for long periods of sitting.  You will need to put real effort and focus into your day to move regularly.

There you have it 3 areas of your life to focus on and take simple steps.  Let’s put it all together and see what a day in action would look like.

Sally would take the stairs at work instead of the elevator.  During her lunch break, she goes for a 10 minute walk outside making sure to notice the trees and animals outside.  For dinner, she eats baked chicken, with steamed broccoli with olive oil, serving of brown rice and a baked cinnamon apple (no sugar) for dessert. 

The above example, is very simple and straightforward.  Sally was successful in integrating all 3 of these into her day without much additional time and no extra cost.  This important example does highlight that small changes will build lasting results and encourage additional healthy actions in the future.

I hope you have enjoyed the month’s series on how to bring simple solutions to your life.  Simple does not always mean easy.  I often find that individuals  can benefit from health coaching to make some of these positive changes in their lives.  Health coaching provides a system, support and accountability. Please contact me at the Peak if you would like to work with me and build a healthier 2019.  

Devorah Werner, Health Coach

RD, MSW, PA-C

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