5 Bad Habits for Moms to Break
Bad habits: we all have them. But when those habits involve our health – as so many do – it’s even more important to get them under control. Our well-being is what allows us to care for our families as well as model to our kids how to embrace a positive lifestyle. And, of course, our health is at stake!
Finances, time crunches, and others’ expectations are all common conflicts during the year. Having healthy routines in place can help you move easily through each and every day.
In this article from Momlogic.com, author JJ Virgin offers a straight-talking look at how you can turn five bad habits into good ones. We especially appreciate her focus on healthy eating at the right times as well as her mention of avoiding food late at night.
Ready to amp up your energy, health and well-being? Read on!
“Someday,” you say, “I’m going to get my health back on track, after this next project,” or “when I get back from my cruise,” or “when the kids get a little older” … C’mon, you know your list of reasons – or what I call EXCUSES – better than I.
Look, if you’re waiting for some magical day to appear, you just may be waiting forever. These days do not “show up”; you show up for THEM.