You Deserve to Have a Healthy Lifestyle. It’s worth fighting for!
You only have one life. With this one life, you were given choices.
One of those choices were, you can maintain the highest form of life that we all dream of. That is:
- Free from sickness
- Friends from all walks of life
- Having a career you’re passionate about
- No worries for money
- Total happiness
Or, you can choose the another route:
- Always sick
- Money worries
- No companion
- Drama king or queen
Whether you believe it or not, you deserve to have a healthy lifestyle. When we were born, the number one concern of our parents was for us to grow up healthy and be able to endure the challenges we will face.
To have a healthy lifestyle, you must have a complete balance. There should not be too much of one thing & very little of another.
If your focus, for instance, is your business, you should make space for exercise, vacations, family time, because if it’s all business, than life can become awkward, stressful, painful and imbalanced.
Listen to this, even if you decide not to read another word on this helpful post (I hope that doesn’t happen).
Ready? The best way to be at your best, to take care of your family and be of help to your friends, you need to become “selfish.” You must get your life & health in order, first.
This is the best way (in my opinion), to become selfish.
I know, when we were younger, we were taught to share and care for one another. Being selfish was wrong. In that state, yes.
If your health is broken, badly damaged, how can you be of aid to anyone when you need aid yourself.
It’s our job as human beings to give ourselves the up-most care first then we can properly care for others. That’s called: L-O-V-E
Truly, you deserve to have a healthy lifestyle. Did you know that if you followed the dietary law, from when you were a baby, the average life expectancy is 120 years.
This is for today’s time. This is maybe hard to digest. If you really care for yourself like you should:
- Eat plenty of vegetables & fruit
- Drink plenty of clean water
- Get your proper sleep & rest
- Be sociable
- Love long
These are the principles for a long, victorious & a health-filled life.
120 years of life is not a long time on Earth. There are records, according to disabled-world.com, that states, “The oldest confirmed recorded age for any human ever born is 122 years of age…”
Your journey to a healthy lifestyle begins with your first step which is having a positive way you look at your life and the good habits you create.
Some may not understand your mission & what you are set out to accomplish. Your health is bigger than anything you’re trying to or have achieved.
Living this life does not always have to be work. It is work, don’t get me wrong. It takes discipline to master this lifestyle.
Do you deserve to have a healthy lifestyle?
Of course, you do!
One of the best ways to have it is: Take Your Vacation. This is critical. You have to get away from it all sometimes.
There is also, times when you and your significant other need quality time away from the children because raising children is like being a doctor.
It’s a 24 hours job. You are always on call. My hat goes off to the beautiful moms & dads for your commitment & dedication to parenthood.
Here’s a tip before leaving on vacation, “whatever you do, do not bring any distractions with you.”
That means laptops, desktop computer (you’ll be amazed what people will bring), bills, etc..
When you’re going away for a while, you’re entering into a whole new world. A different atmosphere. Fresh air. Smiling faces. You get it.
So the world you’re getting away from for a while, don’t bring with you. LEAVE IT AT HOME!
Vacations give you time to release the:
- negative stress
- hustle & bustle
- everyday routine
you will be refreshed, rejuvenated, pumped up with mental clarity. And, in most cases, you’ll have a better approach, uplifting ways of doing things.
Can you see how balance plays an important role in your health menu. You have to treat balance like your credit cards, “carry it everywhere with you.”
I know we are the builders of society. We want the best for ourselves & families. We must work to provide. But, we need to learn how to draw the line between work & family. We can’t forget the importance of quality time with them. If you deserve to have a healthy lifestyle, you must incorporate this principle within your heart.
This is critical for health-building. So, when your time is free, take the family to the park, walk the dog with them, show them how to build & fly a kite.
You deserve to have a healthy lifestyle and indeed, it’s worth fighting for!