Last week my sister sent me a post by Bill Gates that detailed what he thought we could learn from The effects of the pandemic. Now that I look for the list, it appears that Bill Gates apparently didn’t write it. But it doesn’t matter because it has some great points.
I’m currently having a great time on vacation with my wife. I’m not worried about getting workouts in. I’m not even being consistent at tracking what I’m eating. I’m focused on other things.
This might sound strange but this approach is the best way for me to get the most for my fitness while on vacation. Let me explain why.
A common message seen today is: “just be yourself” or some variation of that whether it’s ”you do you” or whatever the latest trending hashtag is.
Technology has rapidly changed how we engage with the world over the past couple decades. It has connected billions of people all of whom have access to everything humanity has ever known. It is such a blessing and a great tool.
Your actions affect other areas of your life. Figure out what changes you want to make in your life and what actions you’ll need to make to get there.
A big reason why I talk about both health and money is because both are powerful drivers for every area of your life, improving one aspect of your life helps all the other areas improve too. A rising tide (of intentional improvement) lifts all boats (in your life). Much like your body is a complete organism with various systems that all influence each other, so it is with all the various aspects of your life. A choice you make in one area of your life has ripples throughout your entire life.
The belief at Everyday Health for Everyday People is that people are flexible and able to grow and that anyone can improve their situation.
Almost everything is made. Willed into existence through planning, hard work, and patience.