Let’s talk about health.
How healthy do you think you are? Let’s say that you rate your health as an F and you want to get it to an A.
I totally get that! I can relate.
My health used to be terrible.
In active addiction, I used to treat my physical health and mental health very terribly! (Obviously!) My quality of life was in the gutter.
I wasn’t happy. I wasn’t taking care of myself. I wasn’t practicing any kind of self-care.
I usually put myself last because my family came first. I needed change. I needed to treat myself better.
Maybe that’s not your story though.
Maybe you don’t struggle with addiction issues. Maybe you can limit your drinking to “healthy” and acceptable levels.
Maybe your health issues weren’t due to the consequences of your actions. Maybe you found your health going south through no fault of your own!
On the other hand, maybe health battles have been a lifelong struggle for you. That happens too. You’re not alone.
So what do you need to do to get back on track? How do you get your health from an F to an A?
I can tell you what I did.
I got sober! I changed my mindset. I changed my habits. I work daily to manage my stress.
I have a daily meditation practice. I get on my yoga mat regularly. I write daily in my gratitude journal. (The benefits of this alone are outstanding.)
This is just the tip of the iceberg. I have so much more to share. Are you interested?
If you would like to know more about my health and wellness lifestyle changes, reach out to me! Comment below! I’d love to help you out and inspire you to get your health back on track.
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