The New Year is quickly approaching and I have heard grumblings of giving up alcohol for January and planning for an elimination diet, while not counting any calories until January 1st. It takes a lot of time and energy to get your brain wrapped around an extreme approach that is not sustainable. Here are the five things you can do to improve your health, lose weight overtime by creating new HABITS (things you do automatically without effort or thinking about it), and feel AMAZING—for the long haul.
My wish for all of us is to be healthier and to prioritize our health (as in first) this New Year and forever more. When you feel strong you act strong. And that health and strength mixed with love and kindness for yourself and others, is the recipe for wellbeing. The icing on the cake (because you can have your favorites sometimes) is the good that comes into your life because you ae taking care of yourself. The magic has just begun. Happy New Year!
Kathryn Scoblick is a certified health and wellness coach with Health Inspires (www.healthinspires.com) and the author of Health Inspires™: Your Way to Sustainable Weight Loss. She uses a holistic approach to inspire each person to reach their full potential and master their wellbeing. She serves on the Board of Directors for the Austin Metropolitan YMCA as well as on the Board of Directors for the Austin Mayor’s Health and Fitness Council, working on community and organizational health and wellness initiatives, from obesity prevention to mindfulness and stress reduction techniques. Kathryn is also Director of Employer Health and Wellness for a large healthcare conglomerate based in Austin, Texas, working with employers on wellness strategies and employee engagement.
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Disclosure: Always consult with your physician or other qualified health care provider before beginning any diet or exercise program and ask whether you are healthy enough to engage in a diet and exercise program. Never disregard, avoid or delay in obtaining medical advice from your doctor or other qualified health care provider concerning your overall health and wellness, including your physical, mental and emotional wellbeing. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem or condition, please contact a qualified health care professional immediately. It is your choice to follow the suggestions, opinions and advice given by a Health Inspires wellness coach.