Good health isn’t about fixing problems, just like being fit isn’t about a diet. My whole philosophy centers around supporting our bodies so we STAY healthy and that means being prepared, taking care of ourselves and making sure everything we put in and on our bodies is nourishing us and building a strong foundation. These 3 tricks to stay healthy in the first place are a launching point you can use to have the good health you want and provide some concrete reminders of what we need to do.
1. Have a plan. No plan is basically waiting for a problem to occur and then fixing it. That’s not the key to health! That is a reactive worldview that so many of us fall into, but we don’t have to. Use this Wellness Plan to help you chart out your wellness goals and what the picture of good health you want to experience looks like! Make sure you use your other resources, like trusted books, blogs and studies to help you make your plan.
2. Put Your Plan somewhere you can see it. Hang it on your fridge or bathroom mirror and keep your essential oils or supplements or water close by (depending on which of those tools are helping you meet your goals.
3. Find someone to keep you accountable. This could be a friend or your Young Living upline. I do a lot of coaching and accountability for my Young Living team members to help them reach their goals and encourage them and motivate them (if you want to join my team and get started, let me know!)
Without a plan, you will continue to follow the same old happens. But you can change this. You can take your health into you own hands TODAY!
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DISCLAIMER: I am not a doctor and the statements on this blog have not been evaluated by the FDA. Any products or techniques mentioned are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. I am just a mom who shares what works for me!