Do You Know How Much Your Health Matters?

Your family, friends… the people you work with. They all need you to be healthy. Your kids need you to go outside and play with them. Your spouse needs you to have energy and to be engaged in what’s going on at home in and your marriage. Your co-workers, business partners and clients need you to be focused and work like a champ.

What are you doing to be healthy?

Do you watch what you eat? Do you try to exercise?

Smaller, healthier portions at the dinner table are a good start.

Walking 20 minutes a few times a week is a great start.

You don’t have to be training for a marathon to be healthy.

You just need to be taking steps to be healthier than where you are right now.

Every little bit helps. Every little step matters.

Why am I asking this?

This isn’t just our life to live… or my life to live. We… I … have others that are counting on us to be there…

To be there for the important moments in life.

For the big decisions in life that need clarity and focus.

For the sweet moments that happen with family… with friends…

Your health means the world to everyone else in your life.

And quite frankly… Your health matters because you matter.

The healthier we are…

The more focused we are.

The more energy we have.

The more clarity we have.

The better we feel and look.

It’s important.

What are you doing to make your life a little healthier than it is right now?


The views expressed here are those of a personal nature and do not reflect the corporate view of my employer or anyone else who employee my services.
  • Pat Alexander

    Spence, A few years ago I was diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis. I was put on a bunch of meds which actually made me ill most of the time. After 6 months I said enough and began looking for more natural methods to deal with this disease.  Just a few months ago I was diagnosed as pre-diabetic and again the doctor’s response was a drug which didn’t really change the situation.

    I began intensive research on what I could do to improve my situation. Changing my diet and using an iPad app MyFitnessPal to track what I eat has been a big benefit. I also found a number of natural supplements to replace the drugs and both conditions are under control. This process has also let to losing 32 pounds in 4 months, thus I feel much better and able to be more present in my life and the lives of those I love.

    Each of us are different in our needs. It is important to take charge, find what your issues are, how to control or solve them. I still rely on my physician for overall general health but we communicate about my needs and she works with me on how to use natural solutions in lieu of commercial meds. I am fortunate to have her as my physician and be able to work with her in this way.

    Next goal another 30 pounds by September and return to walking 3 miles at least 3 days a week. Thanks for your post.

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