Getting healthy: expectation vs. reality. (Swipe) 🤪
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With so many tips and advice out there, getting healthy can definitely seem overwhelming! As health and fitness bloggers, it’s our job to equip you with new ideas and tips, but what’s the best way of incorporating new tips into your routine? Here’s a great way to approach setting up new habits because we all know darn well it’s not that easy.
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1 – Pick one or two areas at a time: In order to get a new habit to truly stick, it’s easier to focus on that for a little bit before adding in a new habit.
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2 – Value progress over perfection: It’s all about baby steps in the right direction. Don’t compare yourself to someone who’s been meal prepping and eating clean for 5 years. Instead compare yourself to your habits last week. Are you eating less processed foods? Are you making more meals at home? Those are all wins!
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3 – Be kind & forgiving to yourself: You wouldn’t talk to a friend in a cruel or belittling way, so why do that to yourself? Life’s a cha-cha. You may take one step back to take three steps forward and that’s what matters.
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Remember, if you see people with all these great habits, they didn’t add them overnight. Also not every tip/health habit etc will resonate with you. Maybe meditation isn’t your thing but you find a gratitude practice grounding. Maybe you hate the sauna but hot yoga is where it’s at for you. Try out things and find what fits with your schedule 😄
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Hope you found this helpful xoxo,
@meowmeix .
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