Although the Summer Clock has stopped ticking, you can style create a lifestyle routine that will create better habits to help you enjoy a more healthy and fruitful life.
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At the time of this writing, with 75 days left until the end of summer, you still have ample time to get your lifestyle in the right direction for your best health. If you're reading this blog with little to no time left on the clock, don't worry; success can still be yours! With so many distractions that challenge our path to a healthy lifestyle, one of the best courses that lead to success is first, to set a goal, and then being accountable to achieve that said goal. Let's take a look at some ways to meet the challenges of your health-related goals.
One awesome way to health and fitness is to get on a routine. One method I personally use is a morning sidekick journal. If you conquer your mornings, you will conquer your life. Waking up with an actionable set of goals and making them routine will help you form a habit. Do this for 66 days, and the average person will form a habit. Researcher Phillippa Lally discovered this as the average for most people, but in reality, there is no magical moment. The magical moment will be different for you, but with 75 days left of summer, you have a great window to carve out new habits.
Before you start, it's vital to know "Why" you will be committing to a new routine. Having a personal vision is going to help you achieve this personal goal. If you have a partner that can dive into this commitment with you, the support will be even better!
Take the time to write in your personal journal, "Why" you will be doing this. Explore and write down the positive implications this new routine will have on your life. How will this new routine affect the people around you?
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Habit 1: Waking Up Early
You may work at 8 am, or perhaps later, or maybe retired. Whatever your schedule is, waking up early will help you to seize the day. Some people say they are not morning people, and perhaps they are "Night Owls" instead of the early morning "Lark." While you may have a predisposition to either of these, even a night owl, you can power past any excuses. Here are three systems to implement, which can be managed in 15 to 30-minute parts of Exercise, Journaling, and Study.
Exercise: This is not your knockdown gym exercise, but a warm-up to wake you up and get your blood pumping. You can choose Yoga, stretching, or some type of light exercise. Make sure to do something you are capable of and have a doctor’s recommendation if you are unsure how to proceed. (we can help with this).
Journaling: This time is used to indicate what you will achieve today towards your end goals. These may be the little things at work leading to the close of the big deal, or the plans you have to take care of your home or enhancing your services or products for your personal business. This flow of writing will open your mind to the personal inspiration that will help you be more effective. Purchase a simple journal to document in.
Study: Now that your juices are really flowing, it’s time to study something you are passionate about. Perhaps you will study something you are working on to further your education, or something you want to learn personally, or even a book that will help you in some action in your life. (Non-fiction, save your fiction reading for later in the day).
Habit 2: Create a Routine
Waking up at 5 or 6 am may give you plenty of time to work in a powerful routine of the three parts outlined above dependent on your personal schedule; Exercise, Journaling, and Study. Each of these can be managed in 15 to 30-minute parts. The pre-sunrise time is proven to be an effective time for these personal goals as you are in line with your internal biological clock (circadian rhythm) and there are fewer distractions at this time. Make sure your phone is set to do not disturb.
Keep in mind the first week will be the hardest. Stick to it, as practice will make this routine easier! The next week or so will be in building consistency. The third week and on will be focused on building mastery. You will be able to keep up these routines more easily once you've mastered them and made them habitual.
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Article by James Elam