Failing to Plan is Planning to Fail. Read it again—Failing to Plan is Planning to Fail.
I am all about this saying. Spend a little time with me, and you are bound to hear it. Why? Because it can so easily be applied to so many facets of life and health. Hear me out…You’ve got great intentions. Your intention is to exercise. Your intention is to eat a healthy diet. Your intention is to get enough sleep. Your intention is to manage your weight. Your intention is to be healthy. Yet, these intentions never really find their way into action. Face it—they are better in theory than in execution, and without a viable plan of action, even your best intentions are merely ideas. The worst part of these ideas, is that when left unexecuted, you are left feeling fat, sick, tired and guilty. Feeling like a failure is so not cool.
Okay, so here’s the deal. Don’t go about your day willy-nilly; don’t take a haphazard approach with your health; don’t be ruled by compulsion. Create a practical plan, and you will make your goals a reality. By scheduling in your workout at a time you know that is specifically set aside, you will do it (early morning is my best suggestion). Plan your grocery list, your meals and your snacks ahead of time and you’ll never be stranded starving and searching for whatever junk you can find (the stuff in vending machines and convenience counters looks (and maybe even smells) like food, but it’s not). Planning to turn in at an earlier hour will enable you to get up an hour earlier, get in that morning workout and give you time for healthy food prep. Are you catching my drift? It’s time for you to plan your success.
I can help. I know that these concepts are simple but hard to execute. That’s why I am a health coach; that’s why I created YouAnew Lifestyle Nutrition. Every day, I help people to figure this whole how to get healthy, lose weight and create a plan thing out. If you need me, I am here for you!