Do you suffer from what I like to call the “Great Disconnect”? This happens, when what you think you're doing is not what you're actually doing, when it comes to your health. (Or, really any aspect of your life!)
For example, liking the idea of exercising and eating well, is not the same as actually doing it! So, how can you avoid the “Great Disconnect” from happening? You need a way to track what you're doing. A way to self-audit your behaviors. A means by which to keep your behaviors consistent with your intentions. One way to do this is to have a simple checklist that you can refer to each day. The checklist should have your key behaviors or 'go to' actions that you need to take to ensure that you stay on track. For example, some of the items may be:
Drink 1 large fruit/veggie smoothie
Get to bed by 9:30 pm
Go for a 1-2 mile walk
10-20 minute sunbath
It's amazing how many times that the solutions to many health challenges are very simple. And., that starting with the safest, most logical, and least invasive approach is often the best approach. Frequently, people find their health out of balance and don't know how they got there? The answer is simple: They got there through the “Great Disconnect”! They lost connection with their daily life actions and behaviors. In a world that is filled with constant distractions and stimulation, it's even more important than ever to have a proven and consistent way to stay on track!
*Note: One of the many benefits of attending one of my Wellness Retreats is that you will learn how to master the art of avoiding the “Great Disconnect”! You will learn how to stay laser focused and on track to achieve vibrant health and well-being, so you can thrive at a higher level!. More retreat info here >>> Retreat Info