In today’s blog I’m going to talk about staying healthy and feeling great both physically and mentally. Ever since I started eating better and working out more I’ve noticed that I have a better mood overall and I tend to find it difficult to connect to negativity. This has made me feel happier overall and given me more drive to get done what I’ve got to do.
To be honest getting to a good head-space requires a combination of things such as the right approach towards bad things, the ability to identify when you’re starting to go the wrong way, a good fitness routine (I strive for over a thousand calories a day burned), and healthy eating.
Let me break this down a bit.
Find food that you can enjoy that is good for you and low in carbohydrates and unnatural ingredients. Make sure that it’s something you can mix with spices or sauces so it doesn’t taste bland and unwelcoming. Once you’ve got a set of meals setup that you like set reminders in your calendar app on your phone with alerts on what to make and when. Stock up on a variety of good food so you have a wider selection to choose from for each meal; a lunch menu, dinner menu, breakfast menu.
Obtaining the Right Attitude:
To start this is easier said than done but once you’re on the other side of it you’ll realize how much time you’ve been wasting paying attention to the drama and negativity of others that could have been spent on yourself and doing things you enjoy. The more you do things you enjoy and that are good for you the better you feel. So stop spending time paying attention to drama and negativity. Instead focus on what you can do for yourself that you aren’t already doing. Get creative and innovate new ways of treating yourself well; there is no one-size-fits-all answer to this.
Start Exercising More:
Using a smart watch or other device to track your distance, calories burned, and heart-rate are good ways to work your way up to further distances, more calories burned, and the exercising high. That’s right, you can get a high from exercising. No more will you have to miss out on feeling left out because your employer doesn’t allow you to do any drugs at all; including the legal ones.
However, this only kicks in after you’ve been working out for an extended period of time. If you walk a few blocks and turn back you’re probably not going to experience this. Only after walking for over three to four miles will this kick in (it can vary person-to-person).
Overall I hope you found this useful. If you like this blog post or any of the others please share them and thank you for reading. Feel free to leave a comment down bellow and I’ll read it 🙂