Keeping Change Easy
Below are some easy changes to build off of to get to a more healthier you.
Switch from a sugary cereal to a whole grain cereal.
Replace one unhealthy snack with a serving of fruit or vegetable.
Go two pumps instead of four at Starbucks.
Eat salad for lunch twice a week.
Reduce alcohol to one beer or glass of wine a day, taken with meal.
Look for one item in your kitchen that contains high fructose corn syrup and find a replacement.
Consume a probiotic food once a day (yogurt, kefir, sauerkraut.)
Eat salmon once a week.
Find a fresh alternative for a processed food.
Start reading food labels.
Replace vegetable oil with olive oil.
Eat a handful of nuts and seeds before supper.
Add one serving of fruit or vegetable.
At work get up and move once an hour.
Take the stairs.
Take a walk after dinner.
Park in the rear of the parking lot.
Lift weights or do calisthenics on the commercials.
Add 20 minutes of exercise 3 times a week.
Walk your dog, or walk your dog at a faster pace.
Do your own housework.
Walk for 2 hours a week.
Resume a sport you love.
Meditate for 5 minutes every day.
During your lunch, sit alone with eyes closed for 10 minutes.
Leave work on time 3 times a week.
Don't be someone else's source of stress.
Find time for something you love to do once a week.
Contact someone who is important to you.
Avoid people who are sources of conflict.
Get 8 hours of sleep three times a week.
Express gratitude for one thing a day.
Fix a weekly dinner date with your partner.