The word of the week is Routine.
A routine is the usual series of things that you do at a particular time.
Have you thought much about your daily routines? Are they helping or hurting your health & fitness goals? If you have been struggling with weight gain, belly fat, fatigue, anxiety, hormonal imbalances, etc. I encourage you to change your routines, so you can change your life in 2021.
I encourage all of my coaching clients to create a morning & evening routine that promotes health & well-being.
Staying up past 10 pm, watching Netflix while drinking and eating are not my recommended strategies 🙂 Back in 2011, I posted several Fat Loss Tips that still hold true today. Fat Loss Tip #21 is The Need For Routine <<< Check it out.
Here are seven ideas to optimize your daily routine and level up your 2021:
- Daily workout: Researchers at the University of Bristol say that people who work out every day have more energy and a positive outlook on life. It’s never too late to pick up a new habit. Start with exercising for as little as fifteen minutes a day and feel the difference.
- Plan & Prepare your own food: One of the most important food strategies is to take control of your own food. Prepare your food and cook it yourself. Limit eating out. Even so-called “healthy food” at a restaurant is questionable when you don’t know where the food came from, how it was cooked, and what exactly was added to the food.
- Set daily goals: Setting goals helps you to stay motivated and get you moving. It helps you track your daily progress and manage your time effectively.
- Read: Reading not only improves your vocabulary and comprehension but also reduces stress. It strengthens your brain and prepares you for a good night’s sleep. Read every day for at least ten minutes before bed.
- Self-care: Self-care is really important. Take some time to focus on your self-care and priorities. Everyone needs time to rest, play, and learn. This will help increase your effectiveness in all areas of your life and also boost your happiness and well-being.
- Avoid screen-time after you wake-up and before bed: Cellphones and electronic gadgets occupy a major part of our daily lives. Phones keep your mind psychologically engaged. Our productivity takes a hit if we stayed glued to our phones and it’s not a secret that screen-time affects your sleep schedule.
- Maintain a Sleep schedule: Set a fixed wake-up time and sleep time. Sleep is important for both your physical and mental health. It allows your body and mind to recharge, leaving you refreshed and alert when you wake up.
“You’ll never change your life until you change something you do daily. The secret of your success is found in your daily routine.” John C. Maxwell
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Have a great week!
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