Many people start off each New Year with a goal in mind. For some it’s to be more physically fit and beach-ready by summer. Others want to go on a dream vacation or spend more quality time with family and friends. Some want to start working toward a college degree, volunteer more, become more spiritual, or start a new career. Overall, many people simply want to be or experience something that will make them be a better person and/or improve their quality of life. Not perfect. Just increasingly better.
Becoming as Healthy As Possible
There’s really no excuse for not doing what’s best for my body. “I’m so busy”, “But I have to do XYZ in the morning/evening”, and so on and so forth are very easy excuses. But when I see a person in their 60s jogging or when I read articles about how very busy people like and workout for hours a day to maintain their overall health and performance even when they don’t want to do it, it makes me question the standard “I don’t really have ___ minutes a day to exercise” excuse. If they can make time, so can I. Right? Right. I want to be healthy enough to hike up mountains, run marathons and, hopefully, ballroom dance well into my 80s. You need a healthy body and brain to do that. That’s what I want.
From time to time, I will post about my journey to better, optimal health. Those posts will be featured below.
Living a Healthier Lifestyle Posts