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🌻Fall into Healthy Habits🍂

Updated: Sep 18, 2023



Hey there!


Setting healthy goals for the Fall can be a great way to embrace the new season while taking care of yourself.


As autumn arrives, it's a perfect time to consider incorporating healthy activities into your routine. You don't have to jump from zero to a hundred with significant changes right away. Start small by, for example, going apple picking with a friend or taking a family hike.

By tackling things one step at a time, you'll build confidence and be ready to take on more challenging activities in the future. The key is to begin with achievable goals and gradually work toward bigger ones.



1. Create achievable goals: Instead of simply saying, "I want to get in shape," try being more specific, like, "I will go for a 30-minute walk three times a week."


2. Break goals into smaller steps: It's easier to track your progress and stay motivated when you divide larger goals into smaller, more manageable steps.


3. Prioritize consistency: Consistency is crucial for success. Focus on building habits that you can sustain over time. Start with small changes and gradually increase intensity or complexity.

4. Nutrition: Eating well is vital for your immune system, and including a variety of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, beans, nuts, and seeds in your diet is essential. Remember, the more colorful your plate, the better!

5. Hydration: Staying hydrated is not only crucial for overall health but also plays a role in boosting your immune system. It helps keep your respiratory system's mucous membranes moist and sticky, which helps trap germs. Hydration offers other benefits like better sleep, increased energy, and relieving fatigue.

6. Exercise: Physical activity is fantastic for your immune system and mood. It can help white blood cells move more efficiently through your body and lower stress hormones. Aim for 150 minutes of moderate or 75 minutes of intense exercise each week.

7. Sleep: Getting enough sleep is crucial for all your body systems, including your immune system. So prioritize plenty of shut-eye for the best chance of staying well.


If you choose to work on any of the above areas, it's a significant step toward improving your health!


Book your call today to learn more about setting goals and the necessary steps to achieve them.



Talk soon,

Kate Glendon


Confidence Coach

www.glendoncoaching.com

kgcoachinginfo@gmail.com


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