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Ways to Live a Healthy Lifestyle in 2023

July 10th, 2021 by
Category: Health & Wellbeing

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More people these days are finding out that health is wealth. You can have all the money in the world, but there’s only one body. Take care of your system to enjoy the fruits of your labour. Here are some ways to help you live a healthy lifestyle in 2023.

Get more sleep

Sure, you can grind and make every waking moment count. However, you won’t be primed to do so unless you get proper rest. Also, if you work out, you need good rest that comes from sleep! Adequate rest will help you reach your fitness goals, as well as maintain a healthy lifestyle

After a long day of work or school, you need 7-8 hours of quality sleep. When you become sleep deprived, this affects your mental and physical health.  Make sleep a priority to have the energy to function throughout your busy week.

Surround yourself with positive people

If you constantly surround yourself with people who have a negative attitude, it may drag your life down some roads or plateau in a way you never intended. It’s important to surround yourself with people who motivate you and support your goals. Having people in your life who don’t believe in you or always bring a bad vibe can weigh down on your wellbeing.

It’s important to note that it’s okay to feel down every now and again and let yourself be in your feelings. However, it’s important to have like minded people, goal-getters and want the best out of life. These types of people uplift you in the bad times and help get your mind right to achieve great things.

Don’t be afraid to be selective in the company you keep – you often end up becoming the people you hang out with the most.

Be mindful about what you watch on TV

Stay abreast of current events internationally and locally, but don’t let that deter you from getting on with your day. The news can be hard to watch and may get depressing after a while. The imagery alone may put you in a poor mental state if it’s the first thing you see every day before leaving home.

An option is to limit your news intake to 5 – 10 minutes a day. If you can, read news articles or watch short video clips instead. This way, negative news stories won’t hit as hard. Also, balance with some good news stories which can help lift your spirits.

Stay organised

Life already has so many twists and turns. One of the best things you can do is be organised so that your day-to-day is easier to manage. Your can use a planner or create a to-do list in your phone calendar to assist you with time management.

If you have a long list of tasks to complete, this can help you stay on track and focused throughout the day. You can check tasks off when completed, which is always satisfying! Additionally, you’ll make the best use of your time to ensure everything runs efficiently.

Eat nutritious food

While it’s an appealing idea to eat out at a restaurant or order delivery after a long day, this isn’t always the best option for your body. Start cooking healthy meals at home – your body will thank you for it! Consistently eating healthy meals will help fuel your body and sustain it in the long term.

Additionally, preparing healthy meals at home will save you money because you’re not ordering out. If you REALLY love to eat out, pick a dedicated day and time each week and enjoy it! Life is all about moderation. Find it difficult? Don’t give up! It will become second nature to you after a while because it’s part of your lifestyle.

Include exercise in your daily routine

Whether you’re in the gym lifting weights or playing sport outside, it’s important to include exercise in your life. Maintaining an active lifestyle helps maintain a strong mind, body and spirit. 

Healthy living can make your quality of life much richer without lots of money. Not to mention, it boosts your self-confidence. When you look good, you feel good.

People take notice and gravitate towards you when you exude confidence. It takes time to create a healthy lifestyle, but it is worth it and helps improve your overall wellbeing. When you make consistent adjustments for your betterment, it shows up in all aspects of life.

by Janine Pichetterik, Liberate Yourself 


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